Tuesday, 17 September 2013


Organised by the Melbourne Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce, the Melbourne Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, now in its 23rd year, is an annual multicultural celebration for all ages and is one of the most highly anticipated events in Melbourne.

The Festival showcases Asian culture, traditions and cuisines, as well as encouraging communities from all across Melbourne to join in celebrating the Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, traditionally a time for family and friends to gather and admire the mid-autumn harvest moon. It also promotes community harmony, strengthening the understanding of Asian - Australian culture.

With over 60 marquees, the event will include various international cuisines, arts and crafts, lantern decorating, as well as a full entertainment program - including the Opening Ceremony, lion dancing, live performances, games, competitions and SBS broadcasting van.

This post is part of the Our World Tuesday meme,
and also part of the Ruby Tuesday meme.


  1. Mid Autumn Moon Festival sounds like a wonderful celebration. Love those red lanterns! Happy Ruby Tuesday 2!

  2. Chinese culture is deeply imbedded in traditional festivals....and a Moon Festival must be also a romantic one... Thanks for sharing...

  3. Gorgeous, vivid reds. The streets must look so bright with so many red features hanging around.

  4. Nick

    Beautiful photos again - hope you will be offered some Moon cakes in exchange for your lovely promotion of this wonderful celebration in Melbourne. Look out for a full moon coming our way between storm clouds!


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