Friday 20 to Sunday 22 May 2022  |  5pm-10pm  |  George Street, Liverpool

Along the streets and surrounding laneways in the Liverpool CBD, Starry Sari Night will be among the biggest cultural events in New South Wales, transporting attendees to the vibrant streets that epitomise South Asia over three days.

The event will be anchored in George Street – warmly known as Sari Street in many cultural circles – which boasts one of the largest collections of Sari dressmakers in metropolitan Sydney.

Like the stunning Saris in the shopfront windows, Liverpool’s rich cultural tapestry will be on display through cuisine, fashion, dance, music, art, and cultural workshops.

EXPERIENCE SOUTH ASIA IN THE SOUTH WEST

"For me, South Asia is defined by striking colours, bold flavours, vibrancy, and movement."

NED MANNOUN, MAYOR OF LIVERPOOL

How to get there
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Event parking will be available for event attendees at:

  • Warren Serviceway Car Park* (short walk via Liverpool City Library Forecourt to George St); and
  • Northumberland Street Carpark* (short walk via the arcades to George St).

Additional parking is available at Bathurst Street Carpark, near Westfield Liverpool (walk through Macquarie Mall and turn left onto Moore Street to get to the event site).

*Parking will be free at Warren Serviceway and Northumberland St carparks after 6pm on Friday 20 May for event attendees.

Several public transport routes are available to the Starry Sari Night event. The event site is a short walk from Liverpool Train Station and Bus Terminal via Railway Street.

Please note that the Bus Stop – George Street near Scott Street will be out of use between the evening of 19 May and early morning 23 May. An alternate bus stop will be made available at Memorial Avenue near Bathurst Street. Please ask traffic control staff or event crew for directions.


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Acknowledgement of Country

Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge the Cabrogal Clan of the Darug Nation who are the traditional custodians of the land that now resides within Liverpool City Council’s boundaries. We acknowledge that this land was also accessed by peoples of the Dhurawal and Darug Nations.

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