Inka Marka playing at the The National Multicultural Festival in Canberra.
One of the most beautiful and famous Peruvian songs, El Condor Pasa. Played here by Inka Marka.
Peruvian food at the National Multicultural Festival.
Photo 1: top left is dessert, empanadas con nutella (little pastries filled with nutella). Bottom left is chicha morada (super refreshing drink made from purple corn, served with apple pieces). On the right is anticucho (beef skewered and cooked on charcoal, served with chips).
Photo 2: the line for deliciousness.
Greek music at the National Multicultural Festival, Canberra.
Multicultural Festival Canberra delivering! These adorable people getting into audience participation big time at the Malaysia Village, dancing to music from Borneo.
Liberian-Australian dance group at the African Village, National Multicultural Festival, Canberra.
Kadazan-Dusun musicians and dancers rocking the Malaysia stage at the National Multicultural Festival.
The Kadazan-Dusun are the biggest ethnic group in Sabah, Malaysia.
Afro Zumba supported by the Botswana dance group.
“Culture is strong with the young ones.” The MC at the African Village at the National Multicultural Festival is so much fun. These young girl dancers are amazing!
Otai is a Tongan drink made with watermelon and coconut. It is so sweet and so very good!
Sociologist is excited that the Australian Bureau of Statistics had a stand at the Multicultural Festival! Census night is 9 August 2016. Their pamphlet visually represents different ethnic, gender and age groups.