Gosnells 14th Annual Multicultural Food fair at Langford Oval

Nurul Haq Association of WA members cooking at one of the stalls (left) and Zap Circus performers entertain the crowd.
Nurul Haq Association of WA members cooking at one of the stalls (left) and Zap Circus performers entertain the crowd.

THE City of Gosnells' 14th annual Multicultural Food Fair on Friday night attracted about 8000 people to Langford Oval.

Families visited more than 40 food stalls to sample dishes from countries including India, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Turkey, China, Samoa, South Africa, Indonesia and Nepal.

City Mayor Dave Griffiths said the fair, with its vibrant atmosphere, was getting bigger and better every year.

‘Feedback from stallholders has been great,’ he said.

‘They have said that this year’s event was their most successful fundraiser to date and many sold out by the end of the night.

‘These funds go back into the community and local economy and support the activities of local cultural and community groups.’

Highlights included an LED kite display, the Roztiazhka Ukrainian Cossack Dancers, Zap Circus and the traditional fireworks finale.