Observed all around the world, Lunar New Year is by far the most culturally historically significant holiday of the year for Asian communities.
In fact, there’ll be our very own roaring celebrations lined up here in Perth. You can take a wonder through the city between the 1-14 February and soak in the atmosphere that the beautiful red lanterns bring to Hay Street and Murray Street Malls, James Street (between Lake Street and Perth Cultural Centre) and William St (between Roe Street and Newcastle Street).
Check out some of the other ways to celebrate this festive holiday with your family and friends:
Perth Chinese New Year Fair 2022
Mark your calendar as the Perth Chinese New Year Fair is back on Sunday, 6 February!
Held in Perth Cultural Centre and WA Museum Boola Bardip from 12pm to 9pm, the annual street festival is one of the largest and most popular community events in the City of Perth. Best of all, it’s completely free – and there’s something for everyone.
Marvel at the new zodiac lanterns on display and try something new at one of the many multicultural food and beverage stalls.
Rich in culture and full of entertainment, you can expect a jam-packed lineup – with mesmerising traditional performances such as lion and dragon dances, Chinese Opera, Chinese yo-yo, tai chi demonstrations and more. There’ll also be arts and craft workshops, competitions and games to keep the little ones on their toes.
As one of the largest and most popular multicultural community events in the City of Perth, you won’t want to miss out.
View the full program here.
Chinese New Year Cocktail Party
Usher in the year of the tiger with HQ + Bar Kitchen!
Celebrations run from 6pm to 9pm on Tuesday, 1 February with some great inclusions in your $99 ticket.
Enjoy a lion dance performance and free-flowing drinks from Leeuwin Estate and Tiger, and embark on a flavour journey thanks to mouth-watering canapes from their renowned Head Chef, Jay Tesorero.
Get in touch with email@example.com to book as seats are bound to sell fast.
StudyPerth Chinese New Year CelebrationFor those studying in Perth while far away from home, StudyPerth has organised a Chinese New Year lunch celebration for international students at Han Palace on Tuesday, 1 February from 11am to 2pm.
Featuring a delicious 10-course feast for only $20 per person, the day will see plenty of fun and games, plus many more surprises in store for attendees.
All students are also welcome to join, as it’ll be a great way to learn more about Chinese culture while making new friends from around the globe.
With limited spots available, register for yours here!
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