The Polish Festival

The Polish Festival of Melbourne brings to live the tradition and history of the Polish people.
You will see, smell and taste the history of a thousand years in the dances, the music and the songs of the Polish people. Hospitality is king in the Polish festival. There is truly something for everyone who attends, from the smallest child to the eldest adult.

The Yarra River walk will be home to some of the most exquisite food that you have ever smelled or tasted. You can load up on the Kielbasa-plump polish sausages with a taste that will amaze you, or the pierogies which are an amazing combination of pasta which has been filled with potato, onion and cheese or the meat and herbs that the Polish people prefer.

Fruit and creme filled donuts as well as other sweet treats can also be had for eating while you watch the outstanding displays of dance and culture.

We said there were things for the children too and there are. There will be mask making crafting groups, as well as face painting going on for the kids all day long.

For the gentlemen, the beer garden, shaded from the sun will give you a cool place to relax with a cool beer. If you’re the shopper in the family, you’ll find traditional fashion merchandise as well as books and other items available to you, including hand crafted gifts.

The Polish Festival has something to interest every member of your family and the entire group will spend a fun filled day learning about the music, cuisine, and culture of the Polish people that has spanned more than a thousand years.

The Polish Festival
Venue: Flinders and Swanston Street-Federation Square
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Date: 21 November 2010
Telephone: 03 9533 9684