Lunar New Year 2022 | Moreton Bay Region


4:00pm 5th February - 8:00pm 5th February

About Lunar New Year 2022 | Moreton Bay Region

Where: Caboolture Town Square
Date: Saturday, 5 February 2022
Time: 4pm - 8pm
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The Moreton Bay Region Lunar New Year event is once again bringing the vibrant celebrations of the East to Caboolture. It is sure to be a jam-packed, family-fun evening to celebrate the start of the Chinese New Year!

Bring the family down to Caboolture Town Square from 4pm - 8pm on Saturday, 5 February 2022 and experience authentic Eastern culture, history, and entertainment. This amazing free-to-attend event will feature traditional music and dance, mouth-watering traditional oriental food, Chinese Dragon dancing, cultural displays, cracker displays, pyro showcases, market stalls, and workshops. Keep scrolling down to check out our line-up of fun and exciting activities coming this year!

2022 is the Year of the Tiger

Tigers are considered to be kind and benevolent figures in Chinese lore. Tigers have rich emotions, make brash decisions and are hard to control - thus, they are usually compared with emperors or kings. They are considered as a patron deity for children and have a strong sense of justice.

But no matter how many difficulties or obstacles a Tiger may face, they will never give up.

Traditional Music and Dance

Guests will be thrilled with traditional Eastern music and dance performances, including an awe-inspiring Dragon Dance, a drumming showcase, and pyro displays.

Traditional Eastern Food

Treat your taste buds to a feast of Eastern flavours in an Eat Street-style of food tasting. You can sample a variety of flavours or simply fill up on your favourite!


Take part in calligraphy workshops, build your own lanterns, learn the intricacies of Eastern culture, and more!


Our 2022 program is still being firmed up. Please keep checking back as we update. We're very excited to announce the program we have coming!

Firecracker Display

The Moreton Bay Region Lunar New Year will conclude with a brilliant pyrotechnic firecracker display at 8pm. In traditional Chinese culture, firecrackers are used to scare away evil spirits.

Please note this firecracker display can be very loud and some younger children and dogs may be frightened by the noise.

Travel & Parking

This event is held at Caboolture Town Square, located on King Street, Caboolture.

Caboolture is a 45 minute drive north of Brisbane when taking the M1. Public transport options are available including trains and buses. Caboolture Town Square is only a 2-minute walk from Caboolture Train Station.

Parking is available in the multi-storey car park off Hasking Street, Caboolture. There is CBD and street parking around the area, however please obey all road signage at all times.

COVID Safe Event

This is a COVID-Safe event. We are continuously working with Queensland Health in order to deliver a safe event for everyone. Please ensure you stay up to date with the latest COVID information on the Queensland Health website, this includes any capacity restrictions and the wearing of masks if applicable.


Do I need to purchase a ticket? No, this event is free to attend! There are free performances and activities, and other low-cost activities, food trucks, and market stalls that you may wish to take part in.

Can I bring my pet? We strongly recommend leaving your pet at home. We have loud music and very startling firecracker displays that may cause fright to animals. For the safety of other patrons, yourself, and your pets, please leave them at home. Assistance and guide dogs, however, are welcomed.

Do I need to wear a mask at this event? Please refer to the Queensland Health advice at the time of your query to determine if you need to wear a mask. Queensland Health are advocates that you should wear a mask in circumstances where you cannot socially distance.

Can I BYO alcohol? Alcohol and glass bottles/containers are not permitted under any circumstances.

Are there ATMs at the event? Yes, there will be ATMs on site.

Are electric scooters, bikes or skateboards allowed at the event? Electric scooters, bikes, skateboards and similar devices used for leisure will not be permitted at the festival. Devices and vehicles used for mobility aid, however, are welcomed.

Is this event accessible? Our event site is pram and wheelchair friendly. Some areas of the event may not be accessible, however the majority of the precinct is. We will also have accessible amenities on site.


Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism

Address: 433 Elizabeth Ave, Kippa-Ring, QLD, 4021

Phone: 07 3453 1400

Event Support Email:

Marketing Email:

Event Partners & Sponsors

Thank you to our 2022 Event Partners & Sponsors. Lunar New Year in the Moreton Bay Region is proudly presented by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT), and supported by our strategic event partners Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC), Moreton Daily, and the Multicultural Association of Caboolture & Surrounds.

Contact Lunar New Year 2022 | Moreton Bay Region

Caboolture Town Square, Hasking Street, Caboolture QLD, Australia
Last Updated: 12am 30 Nov 2021


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