Melbourne’s own slice of China is a hub for the local Chinese community, and is the focus for Chinese New Year celebrations and other festivities.

Chinatown // Melbourne // Australia Melbourne’s own slice of China is a hub for the local Chinese community, and is the focus for Chinese New Year celebrations and other festivities.

Chinese New Year starts on 31st January.  Many Chinese New Year traditions have survived for centuries and are still observed today. See a day-by-day account of traditions meant to bring luck during the 15-day Chinese New Year celebration!

What Traditions Happen During the 15 Days of Chinese New Year?

Chinese New Year starts on January. Many Chinese New Year traditions have survived for centuries and are still observed today. See a day-by-day account of traditions meant to bring luck during the Chinese New Year celebration!

Chinese New Year Melbourne | David’s Restaurant

Chinese New Year Melbourne

The dragon performance at Federation Square for the opening of The Chinese New Year Melbourne festival.

The dragon performance at Federation Square for the opening of The Chinese New Year Melbourne festival.

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

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Dança do dragão - Dragon dance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chinese New Year Melbourne | David’s Restaurant

Chinese New Year Melbourne

Hecker Guthrie’s design for the refurbished David’s in Prahran, Melbourne reflects the honesty of the brand.

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Kidsocial -  2013 MELBOURNE CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS - In 2013, Melbourne play host to a number of Chinese New Year Festivals. Each venue offers its own unique festival theme, performances and food. Visitors will experience Chinese Lion Dance, Firecrackers, Traditional Folk Music, Dancers, Martial Artists and much more.

Kidsocial - 2013 MELBOURNE CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS - In 2013, Melbourne play host to a number of Chinese New Year Festivals. Each venue offers its own unique festival theme, performances and food. Visitors will experience Chinese Lion Dance, Firecrackers, Traditional Folk Music, Dancers, Martial Artists and much more.

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Chinese New year Celebrations in Melbourne

Happy Chinese New Year III

Another smiling face from the Chinese New Year celebrations welcoming the year of the snake. This guy was on stilts, wearing a .

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