Flavours by the Sea 2023

Chinese dragons under Flavours by the Sea banner
Flavours by the Sea

Celebrate the region’s diversity and multiculturalism

Harmony Week is a celebration of our cultural diversity here on the Central Coast. The message of Harmony Day is ‘everyone belongs’, with the event focusing on attendees participating in their community, respecting cultural and religious diversity, and fostering a sense of belonging through music and food. Flavours by the Sea will be held along Terrigal Esplanade from 11AM - 3PM, Saturday 25 March.

Live music

The event will include live stage entertainment featuring Kutcha Edwards, Paco Lara, Band Ombe and the Magdalena Mira band. Te streets will come alive with My Dream Van Co, Ile Ilu-House of Drums, a women's drumming and dance collective, and Australia Jing Yee Lion Dance Group performing the Lion Dance as well as local artists.

The day will also include roving entertainment, caricature drawings, community art, workshops, activities, pop up entertainment - plus more! 

Woman playing drums
Woman hugging boy in front of colourful flags

Festival information

A temporary road closure will be in place from 5AM until approximately 5PM on Saturday 25 March 2023. The Terrigal Esplanade between Campbell Cres and Kurrawyba Ave will be closed with no vehicle entry or movement between 11AM-3PM. 

No parking on the Eastern side of Ash Street for the duration of the road closure for the Flavours by the Sea event.

Disabled parking is available in the Wilson Road multi storey parking station as well as specified parking locations in Terrigal. The bus stop along the Esplanade will be relocated to Kurrawyba Ave, between Hudson Lane and the Esplanade.

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