Rachel Fieldhouse

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Enchanting Cherry Blossom Festival returns to Sydney

Enchanting Cherry Blossom Festival returns to Sydney

The wildly popular Cherry Blossom Festival is returning to Western Sydney following a two-year hiatus, promising two weeks of live entertainment, delicious food, and the iconic pink blossoms.

The festival, held in Auburn’s Botanic Gardens, will run from August 20-28 and ring in the start of cherry blossom season, all while paying homage to Japanese culture.

According to the Cumberland City Council website, the festival will include a return of the popular ‘Cherry Trail’ and the Japanese fusion food village, as well as plenty of spots to take photos.

Tickets are expected to cost just $10 and can be booked via the council’s websites, where you can also find the latest updates on what’s in store.

Image: Cumberland City Council

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