Try a multicultural experience in Australia

Food enthusiasts with a global palate may be keen to taste the multicultural delicacies on show at the 2009 National Multicultural Festival in Canberra, Australia.
The ten-day event, which takes place between February 6th and 15th, will feature a number of “scrumptious morsels”, according to organisers.
Food fanatics may be particularly interested in the all-day Food and Dance Spectacular, which is scheduled to take place on February 7th at Garema Place from 11:00 to 23:00 local time.
Stallholders at the event include Italian Gingerbread, Delicious Dutch Pancakes, Cheese Plus Choc, Thip’s Thai Lunch Box and Urambi Organic Bakery, among others.
In addition to touring through the food markets, visitors to the National Multicultural Festival can take in a number of other activities, including celebrations to mark the Chinese New Year and events on Valentine’s Day.
Meanwhile, those who are travelling elsewhere in Australia may find that Sydney or Melbourne – both of which were named as top destinations to visit in the Australia-Pacific region in the Conde Nast Readers Choice Awards 2008 – have plenty to offer visitors.
The publication also suggested that Australia’s numerous World Heritage Sites – including the Great Barrier Reef – are must-sees for tourists to the country.

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