Activities for the whole family
Beginning with a spectacular dragon boat race and finishing with a lotus flower ceremony, the 7-day festival is a great way for everyone to experience ancient Chinese culture.
The festival includes the popular annual Golden Koala Film Festival, which will feature Chinese films at the Burswood Outdoor Cinema, with all profits going to Telethon.
Markets, activities & performances
During the festival, Burswood Park will be transformed into a thriving market with activities, performances and food stalls. Children will have the opportunity to learn traditional skills including kite and lantern building.
The Chung Wah Association is proud to be hosting the Perth Chung Wah Cultural Festival to showcase the cultures and traditions of the vibrant WA Chinese Community.
Parking and public transport
Free parking is available at Burswood Park.
Free and paid parking is available at Crown Perth.
Located on the Armadale/Thornlie train line, Burswood Station is situated on the north eastern end of Burswood Park. It is a 300-metre walk to the Burswood Park Board administration office, or a 15-minute walk through the park to the Swan River foreshore.
A bus stop is located near Bolton Avenue for visitors travelling east on Great Eastern Highway.
Public transport routes and timetables are available on the Transperth website.
Pedestrian & cyclist access
Pedestrian and cyclist access to Burswood Park from the city is available via the Causeway or Matagarup Bridge.
Coming by taxi or on-demand transport
There are no taxi ranks within Burswood Park, however, dedicated ranks are available at Crown Perth.
Sunday 12 May - Special parking arrangements
Please be advised on Sunday 12 May event parking is ONLY available at McCallum Park with free shuttle bus services to the festival from 8:00am to 7:00pm.