Australians celebrate the Chinese New Year too. They called this New Year as Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year. The festival falls on the first day of the New Year in the Chinese calendar, and the celebrations last for about 15 days.
On this Occasion, one can see many attractions which include arts, entertainment, children’s activities, crafts, food stalls, Chinese lanterns, fireworks.
Many Chinese-Australian people enjoy this festival by congregate together for a festive feast. During this time, kids are often presented the red envelopes with money. The celebration is quite prevalently a busy time filled with festive programs around different communities of the nation.