Loy Krathong

Parramatta's Thai Festival is back

The Parramatta River foreshore will be alive with light, colour and energy for Sydney’s premier Thai festival - Loy Krathong. The free festivities will include a host of traditional Thai, demonstrations and  performances and exhibitions of  delicate crafts. Featuring entertainment from Thailand and Australia, it is a cultural experience not to be missed.

The highlight of the evening will be the 'Krathong' ritual at sunset, where hundreds of people will launch lotus-shaped boats, Krathongs, on the river and make a wish for good fortune.

Try a melting-pot fusion of foods from across South East Asia and enjoy the spring sunset while relaxing at the Singha Beer Garden. The evening will culminate in spectacular fireworks and fountain display.

Visitor InformationVisitor Information

Event start:
14th Nov 2015 4:00pm
Event end:
14th Nov 2015 10:00pm
Venue: Riverbank
Parramatta River between Barry Wilde St Bridge and Elizabeth St Bridge
Phone: (02) 9806 5050
Cost: FREE to watch
Contact name: Events
Contact phone: 9806 5050


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