Join in the celebrations at Converge on the Goulburn

More than just a festival, Converge on the Goulburn brings together food, culture and performances from Greater Shepparton’s Aboriginal and multicultural communities in celebrating the richness of our community and it’s on again!

Converge on the Goulburn is taking place on Saturday 17 March and you’re invited to come on down to be part of the festivities. The Festival is now in its sixth year; Converge on the Goulburn is a colourful cultural celebration with nonstop music, movement, colour, art and tasty authentic foods from all corners of the globe.

Participate in interactive cultural workshops and activities or relax in the outdoor dining area while enjoying flavoursome zesty cuisine cooked by local communities, this is not to be missed.

Greater Shepparton City Council’s Mayor Kim O’Keeffe encourages everyone to come along to celebrate the diversity of our community.

“There will definitely be something for everyone at Converge on the Goulburn. The Victoria Park Lake is the perfect setting for an evening of music, fun and food,” suggests Ms O’Keeffe.

“In celebrating the diversity that comprises Greater Shepparton, Converge on the Goulburn is the perfect way for you and your family to learn more about and experience the values, rituals and traditions of the many cultures that call Greater Shepparton home.”

For more information on the Converge on the Goulburn Festival including a full list of performers visit

Event details:

Date:               Saturday 17 March 2018
Time:              4:00pm-8:30pm
Location:        Victoria Park Lake 
Cost:               This is free family event.

Limited seating will be available, please bring your own chairs/blankets.

This is an alcohol free event with no fireworks.


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