Meet a real Viking at the Scandinavian Festival

THE popular Scandinavian Festival returns to Austin St, Newstead on Sunday, September 13.

Danish Club president Soren Hoimark and his wife, and combining with other Scandinavian clubs formed the festival in 2012 and today it attracts more than 10,000 visitors annually.

This year's free street festival runs between 10am to 4pm and features a vibrant showcase of Scandinavian cuisine with rich and diverse traditions and culture in a fantastic family-friendly atmosphere.

The Scandinavian Festival unites the best of the Nordic countries.

The fun kicks off with the whole of Austin St invaded by more than 50 Scandinavian market stalls.

Meet a real Viking and enter the famous raffle with over 50 prizes up for grabs.

Kids are catered for, with traditional games, Swedish floorball, story-telling activities, an e-bike track and a Lego play centre.


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