It's estimated that 30,000 people will attend this year's event in Rymill Park (Mullawirraburka) in the heart of Adelaide's festival district.
Indofest gives locals a taste of Indonesian culture. There will be music and dance from performers in traditional dress, there will be an Art Competition and Exhibition, cultural displays and lots of amazing exotic food.
Some of the activities planned for the day include:
Seven entertainment zones with musicians, dancers, singers and actors - all are free to enter and enjoy. Indonesian food stalls Craft workshop area Children's entertainment area which includes Indonesian-style face painting Music and dance workshop areas
Cooking demonstrations Indonesian information and retail product/service stalls Raffles and give aways from the event sponsors
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Rymill Park is in the East Parklands in Adelaide and is just a short walk from the bustling restaurants and cafes on Rundle Street.
You can catch the bus, tram or train into Adelaide or you can park in one of the many on-street carparks that surround the area. On-street parking in the city is free on Sundays, which is a huge bonus.