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Lunar New Year at the Chinese Garden of Friendship

When

Every day, all day Tuesday 1 February to Sunday 13 February

Cost

Adult: $8Child (under 12): $4Family: $20Concession/Student (Australian card holders): $4Senior (Australian card holders): $6

For those seeking clarity on the year ahead, a Chinese astrologer, will conduct personalised Chinese horoscope readings.

The Chinese Garden of Friendship will also host a range of interactive workshops. These include crafts for the little ones, and tea tasting where you can sample a wide range of traditional brews as well as watch a traditional tea ceremony. Lessons in Calligraphy and Chinese Brush Painting, as well as the Hopes and Dreams Bookmarks Station, will be available for the family to enjoy, with guests asked to write down their hopes and dreams for the year ahead and hang them from the garden lattice.

All Lunar activities are free with Garden entry.

For latest updates on Lunar New Year in Darling Harbour, head to darlingharbour.com, Facebook or Instagram.

Covid-safe information

We want to reassure you that the team at Darling Harbour are monitoring the situation and Health NSW advice, and implementing measures to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of all visitors. See our full COVID update here.

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