The annual National Multicultural Festival in Canberra, Australia has smashed attendance records once again.
And the record crowds where suitably impressed by the huge amounts of food, drink, and entertainment options.
According to their website, the National Multicultural Festival began in 1996 – and has since evolved into the biggest occasion on Canberra’s event calendar.
It was initially a one-day event, which eventually moved to a two-week festival.
Over the course of the last 23-years, it has developed into the 3-day festival it is now, which allows Canberrans, national and international visitors alike to congregate in Canberra over one weekend for what is one of the biggest celebrations of cultural diversity celebrated in Australia.