Celebrating Lunar Chinese New Year in Perth, Western Australia

Each year, Perth puts on a fantastic array of fun-packed events to celebrate Chinese New year, including the annual Chinese New Year fair and parade through the streets of Northbridge, themed dinners, events in the City of Perth and much more.

You can find all the events happening for Chinese new year in Perth, right here in our Perth & WA Events Calendar

What To Do Whilst in Perth For Chinese New Year?

Check out our Perth Guide for some great info, tips and tricks to make your time in Perth even more amazing.

Alternatively, book onto one of Perth Tours, which run daily to fantastic sightseeing destinations including the Pinnacles, Margaret River, the Swan Valley and much more.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”11555″ img_size=”full” onclick=”custom_link” link=””][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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8 thoughts on “Celebrating Lunar Chinese New Year in Perth, Western Australia”

    1. Explore Tours Perth

      Hi Beau, apologies for the delayed response. I am sure you heard about the very sad plane crash and that the scheduled fireworks were cancelled. The City of Perth does usually put on Fireworks every year.

        1. Heather van Heerden

          Thanks for your comment Kim, we weren’t aware of that one. I have added it to the post.

          1. so is that a no to the chineses new year fireworks at Burswood ? cos it was tonight this time last year it was on…

          2. Heather van Heerden

            Hi Chris, as far as we know all the Chinese New Year Events in Perth have already taken place. We would suggest contacting the local council for Burswood to confirm that?

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