Africultures Festival 2024

Africultures Festival is an annual festival showcasing the rich heritage and cultures of Africa in Sydney, Australia.

Event Partner





Developing a partnership with Africultures is an ideal opportunity to connect with Sydney’s largest celebration of diversity and the many individuals, groups and organisations in the multicultural community. Africultures invites businesses and organisations to discuss our sponsorship packages. From information and opportunities please contact [email protected] 

About AFRICULTURES festival

Entering its 16th-year, Africultures Festival is Australia’s largest African arts and cultural festival showcasing the many vibrant cultures of the African continent. This one-day festival draws thousands of people from across Australia to immerse in the culture, food, music and arts of Africa. From bustling market stalls selling arts and fashion to a vibrant line up of dancers and musicians to delicious food from around Africa, this festival is a jam-packed day full of fun for the whole family.

Africultures  Festival is made possible by the generous contributions from our sponsors, community partners, and volunteers. Donate to Africultures by buying a ticket. All monies raised by the Festival are used to host the festival and provide community projects throughout the year.




An ATM will be available onsite. Have a look at the festival map for the exact location.

Getting to Africultures Festival

How to get to Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park
Ticket holders are encouraged to leave the car at home and catch public transport to the festival. 
Train - Cathy Freeman Park is a short walk from Olympic Park Train Station
Parking - Discounted parking of $21 for all day parking in P6 Parking Station. You must validate your ticket at our Information Stall before returning to the car park. Discount not available for pre booked parking.

Festival Map and Schedule

COVID19 Information

Africultures Festival takes your health and safety seriously. We will comply with NSW Government public health orders to ensure the festival is delivered in a COVID19 safe manner.    

Please follow COVID-safe practices when attending the Africultures Festival

Stay home if unwell

  • Please stay home if you are unwell, have a cough, fever, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, shortness of breath or any other flu-like symptoms. Please also stay home if you are waiting on the outcome of a COVID19 test. 

Wear a mask

Maintain physical distancing

Practice good hygiene