Yabun Festival is held annually on the public holiday January 26 at Victoria Park, corner of Parramatta and City Roads, Camperdown NSW 2050 on Gadigal Land.

Yabun starts at 12 midday and runs into the evening.

Hepatitis NSW has a stall at the festival shared with SWOP and ACON. Come along and say hello.

Yabun are organising the festival  to comply with current public health orders from the NSW Government.

Yabun — which means “music to a beat” in the Gadigal language — features a wide range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent.

Yabun consists of a Welcome to Country, performances from First Nations musicians, market and food stalls, talks and speeches. This year, for the festival’s 20th anniversary, there will be three ways to experience the festival: in-person at Victoria Park; via a live stream on the festival’s website or tune into the broadcast of the festival on Koori Radio 93.7fm.

To keep up-to-date with what’s happening for Yabun, click here