Australia is a multicultural nation unlike any other. With nearly one in every two Australians born overseas, or having one or both parents who were, we share our heritage with over 300 ancestries, including our First People, whose history and legacy is intrinsic to the identity of our nation.

217 of these 300 ancestries call Logan home, and it is in celebration of this diversity and the humanity that unites us that Access is proud to be partnering with the State Government, Australian Council for the Arts, Logan City Council, Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre (BEMAC) and Arts Queensland in hosting this inaugural free family festival.

 
Held as a part of the country’s annual Harmony Day celebrations and spanning our schools, businesses and communities, Bridging Cultures is about exactly that; bridging cultures and building a city rooted in unity, belonging and respect. Featuring food from around the globe (our own ‘Taste Of Harmony’), live music, art, free kids’ activities, rides, prizes, a petting zoo and more, Bridging Cultures will take place on Friday, March 24 between 2pm and 7pm at Mabel Park State High School. For more information, please contact events@acsl.org.au, download the flyer, visit the website or share the Facebook event.