Nundle Go For Gold Festival

Location: Nundle, NSW

In 2018 the Nundle Go For Gold Chinese Easter Festival will be held on Easter Saturday and Sunday, March 31 & April 1. Be part of the second largest annual festival in northern inland NSW attracting 18,000 people over two days. The annual festival honours the significant role of Chinese and European miners and storekeepers in the development of the Nundle and Hanging Rock townships.

The Festival includes striking lion and dragon dances twice daily by the Australian Yau Kung Mun Association, traditional Chinese dance by the Multicultural Communities Council of NSW, panning for Nundle gold worth $1000, including four nuggets, live music by Golden Guitar winner Nundle’s John Krsulja, Jeff Gibson, Brendan Nawrocki, Rachel Webster and Matt Thomson as Born in October, The Sax Summit and David Wei and Eva Timmers, nearly 100 food, produce, craft and bric-a-brac market stalls, antique toy display, magician, Library on the Lawn and Chinese-themed craft (Saturday only), Woolomin Public School P&C animal nursery, jumping castle and face painting.

If you would like to know more about Nundle’s Chinese heritage please click here. The souvenir, ‘A Goldfields Chronicle’, is available for sale at Nundle Visitor Information Centre year-round.

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How to find us

Where: Nundle
Phone: Nundle Visitor Information Centre
(02) 6769 3026 (9:00am-4pm seven days)
Market stall bookings: goforgoldstalls@nundle.com.au
Media contact: Megan Trousdale 0427 693 310 megan@exchangestores.com.au

See twice daily colourful Chinese Lion and Dragon dance performances by the Australian Yau Kung Mu Association, fresh from Chinese New Year in Sydney.

Pan for genuine Nundle gold, valued at $1000, including four nuggets.

Browse nearly 100 market stalls selling Chinese and Australian food, vegetables, plants, jewellery, clothing, toys and bric-a-brac

Listen to live music acts daily, including Golden Guitar winner Nundle’s John Krsulja, Jeff Gibson, Rachel Webster and Matt Thomson as Born in October, Brendan Nawrocki, The Sax Summit and David Wei and Eva Timmers.

Visit Nundle boutique businesses.

Traditional Chinese dance by the Multicultural Communities Council of NSW