Sunday 26 March 2017
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This festival is a celebration of Nundle's gold fields history and the Chinese and European miners that helped form the town in the mid to late 1800s. The annual festival is held on the Easter Weekend.
The festival includes striking Chinese dance performances twice daily by the Sydney based Australian Yau Kung Mu Association and Multicultural Communities Council of NSW, live music by Sax Summit, Karl Broadie, Jeff Gibson, John Krsulja and Lou Bradley, gold panning for AUD1,000 worth of genuine Nundle gold, around 100 food, produce, craft and bric-a-brac market stalls and children's activities.
The program continues on Saturday evening with Chinese lion LED light display, star gazing and live music by Sax Summit at The Peel Inn and traditional Chinese music by David Wei and Eva Timmers at Nundle Bowling Club.