Holland Festival 2020
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The Holland Festival is about Dutch Food, Culture and Gezelligheid (Google it if you don't know what it means).
Ollie Bollen, Kibbeling, Frites the Dutch way, Croquettes, Bitterballen, Fresh stroopwafers, Poffertjes, Boterkoek, etc. etc.. There will be a 170 seat restaurant selling Boerenkoel with Rookworst, Bahmi Goreng etc. And 'yes' there will be a grocery stall selling all sorts of Dutch levensmiddelen (groceries). Check our website for a complete list of foods that will be available. www.hollandfestival.org.au
There will be so much to see and do at the festival. Here’s just a taste of what has been planned.
The 2020 Holland Festival will feature a range of Australian artists with Dutch heritage or at least a touch of Dutch. Check out the Performers page for a full list of performers to entertain the young and the young at heart.
An Amsterdam Street Organ will entertain in true Amsterdam style and so will a new organ "Marianne" - The small street organ with the big heart and the big sound.
Sjoelbak [pronounced Shool-buck]: a traditional, 19th Century Dutch tabletop shuffleboard game that anyone can play. Come and try your skills at the Holland Festival Sjoelbak Championship. Win great prizes to be won.
Enjoy the Kermis (pronounced Kar’rem-iss) - a Dutch children’s carnival. Rides: Cups & Saucers, Merry Go Round, Dragon Ride, and a Jumping Castle and yes there will be much more for the kids to do.
The festival is committed to being an all-ages festival and will do its’ best to provide for children of all ages, without bankrupting their parents.
Parents can purchase a Kermis Wristband for children for $5, allowing unlimited access to all Kermis rides from 10am to 6pm.
Terms & Conditions of entry can be found here: https://www.hollandfestival.org.au/terms-and-conditions/