For 2021, with Government regulations, all Festival goers need to be double vaccinated.
The Melbourne Pasifika Festival is an annual celebration of Pasifika culture and the Pacific Island communities living in Australia. The Festival and Charity Walk is organised by WFWP Australia, in partnership with Pacific Community organisations and leaders.
The Melbourne Pasifika Festival gives the people of Melbourne a day to enjoy Pasifika culture through traditional food stalls, arts and crafts, children's activities, traditional and modern dance performances, live music and more!
Festival Location: Footscray Park, Maribyrnong Boulevard, Footscray
(near the playground)
Saturday, December 4th, 2021
10:00am - 8:00pm
Charity Walk: 10am
Festival Opens: 11am
Opening Ceremony: 1:30pm
Cultural Performances: 2:30pm
Arrive at 10am for the Charity Walk along the Maribyrnong River. Footscray Park is a worthy tourist attraction with many beautiful, natural features.
Short walk: 1km and the duration is 30 minutes
Longer walk: a 5km circuit along Maribyrnong River for 1 hour
Best still, 100% of the money raised goes to fund Humanitarian Projects in the Pacific Islands, which educate and empower local women.
The Festival and Charity Walk is organised by the Women's Federation for World Peace Australia. WFWP Australia provides opportunities for women and their families living within the Island Nations of the Pacific through their Humanitarian Projects.
Enjoy traditional Pasifika
Arts & Crafts
Browse through all the different
island nations' stalls offering traditional arts and crafts.
Traditional entertainment will be performed
throughout the day. Come along
and enjoy the fun!
Enjoy the free live music, bring along a
friend and dance with us!