The Moreton Bay Region Lunar New Year event is once again bringing the vibrant celebrations of the East to Caboolture.
Bring the family down to Caboolture Town Square from 4pm - 8pm on Saturday, 5 February 2022 and experience authentic Asian 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.
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.
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!
Treat your taste buds to a feast of Eastern flavours in an Eat Street-style food tasting. We have a range of Eastern-inspired food trucks that will please the whole family. Or take a stroll under the festoon and lantern lights and wonder through our twilight markets.…
We have a bunch of free and low-cost workshops that the young (and young and heart) will enjoy! Your family can take part in calligraphy workshops and even build you very own lantern! Take advantage of all the cultural workshops and activities available at this event and learn the intricacies of Eastern culture!…
Lunar New Year will be held at Caboolture Town Square, along Hasking Street. This is where all the excitement and celebrations will be, with plenty of FREE parking available! We've made the destination easy so that you can travel easily from Caboolture, surrounding suburbs, or afar!…
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, Multicultural Association of Caboolture & Surrounds, and the Queensland Government.