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Best way to celebrate Chinese New Year in Sydney?

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Chinese New Year


Sydney has a large and diverse Asian population, and several suburbs celebrate the spectacular and colourful Chinese New Year in a big way. You can have a meal with friends at a restaurant, or enjoy some of the many events around Sydney.

Do you celebrate Chinese New Year? What's the best way to do it?


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I like to see the events centred around Chinatown in the city. Also, Hurstville has lots of interesting events, including ones for kids at the library.
This week, there are many amazing events happening around the city for Chinese New Year.

If you're into art, there's an exhibition at Town Hall called Crossing Boundaries (http://www.sydneychinesenewyear.com/festival-program/crossing-boundaries/) showcasing Asian-Australian contemporary art. A lot of it has to do with the Year of the Horse (this year!). Don't miss the sculpture made out of inverted peanut shells. Amazing.

Tonight is the twilight parade - it looks incredibly beautiful and colourful. This is the best way to bring in the new year (http://www.sydneychinesenewyear.com/festival-program/chinese-new-year-twilight-parade/)

There are also guided walking tours around Chinatown that share the interesting and long history of the Chinese population in Sydney. At all official Chinese New Year events, you can pick up a free guide with tons of information about goings on all week. Otherwise, check out sydneychinesenewyear.com - it's all there as well)


Hi Romi, welcome to Toopa Sydney. A really fabulous answer. All of your future answers will now be automatically published. Cheers :)
Fantastic question for Toopa Sydney Dom :) Sydney is so getting into the Chinese New Year celebrations, of which started in our fab city on the 24th of January 2014. Happy year of the horse people :)

As per your image, that park near Central Station appears to be an amazing way to celebrate Chinese New Year in Sydney. Checking it out shortly.

I loved my buffet lunch at Feast Restaurant - Sheraton on the Park. That way a cool way to celebrate this annual festival:

http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/feast-restaurant-sheraton-on-the-park-hotel-sydney-city/
That *was a cool... (not way - sorry!)
I've lived in Asia for 12 years and nothing beats CNY because of the food. It's all about the feast. Din Tai Fung in World Square and Pitt St Westfield is awesome, there are stores in Asia too which are very popular. Great authentic food!
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