Gold Coast’s Lunar New Year 2020
Lunar New Year will be celebrated on Saturday 1 February from 4pm – 9pm in Gold Coast Chinatown, Young and Davenport Streets, Southport.
The celebration is a free event featuring a delicious Asian street food market, superb local restaurants, live music and cultural entertainment, children’s activities, film screening and a pop-up laneway bar.
This is the sixth annual Gold Coast Lunar New Year celebration, also commonly referred to as Chinese New Year, with the 2019 event attracting over 17,000 visitors.
Bottled water will not be sold at the event, to help reduce the amount of waste generated. Instead, free water refills will be available, so don’t forget to bring your own bottle.
Getting to the event is easy. Ride your bike or catch the G: Link direct to Southport station. Alternatively, parking is available at:
- Mal Burke car park – corner Hinze and Davenport Streets
- Athol Patterson car park – near Southport Library
- Carey Park car park – Broadwater Parklands
Gold Coast Chinatown is the place to celebrate the city’s diversity through culture, design, people and food.