The third hungaro-festival on the Gold Coast

"RAJKO" the world famous Gypsy Band and many other top singers & performers will entertain you, while enjoying great tasting Hungarian food. 

According to President Samuel Kerekes the Hungaro Festival will be a crowd drawer as we improve every year and attract more and more local people and visitors.  

He also believes that the Hungaro Festival 2016 is dedicated to enhance knowledge and appreciation of Hungarian culture within Gold Coast and Brisbane area.  

We love to celebrate our cultural diversity, and promote community awareness of multiculturalism and to live in harmony.   

The festival provides opportunity to embrace our common values by sharing food, music, entertainment, family day out and making friends.

The event is presented by the Gold Coast Hungarian Association Inc.  

The committee members and organisers would like to express their appreciation to this years supporters like QLD government, Gold Coast City Council, sponsors and to all volunteers without whom it would not be possible to create a special event like this one.  

This is a fund rising event and we would appreciate local people and visitors afar to support us with a gold coin donation at the door.  

All funds we will be risen, will contribute to the continuation of the Hungarian language school and ensure that the Gold Coast Hungarian Association can support this and many other worthwhile causes.   

The Event Organiser Gyongyi Horvath is very appreciative that she could attract high profile persons like this year the Honourable Tom Tate Mayor of Gold Coast, who will official open the HUNGARO festival 2016  and the Honourable Grace Grace MP Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations, Minister for Racing, Minister for Multicultural Affairs who will be presenting a short speech on the day.  

You are invited for a fun day out, to join the Hungarian-Australians and enjoy all day free entertainment, great food like Hungarian BBQ-sausages, lángos, kürtőskalács, homemade desserts, beer, wine, six types of goulash and much more for you.  

At: Albert Waterways Community Hall and Park Land, Corner Sunshine Blvd and Hooker BLVD,  Mermaid Waters, QLD 4218  

SUNDAY 4 September 2016, 10am-6pm, plenty parking space available. Contact: Pearl 07-55 748 505 Our Website is  

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