Musgrave Park & The Greek Club, South Brisbane

Brisbane, Queensland


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About Paniyiri


In 2020 Brisbane’s famous Paniyiri Greek Festival will mark 44 years – a landmark cultural and celebratory milestone. Over four decades Paniyiri has grown to become Queensland’s signature celebration of all things Greek and the state’s largest cultural festival as well as the country’s longest running Greek festival – an admirable success story for the celebration that started in 1976 when a group of passionate Greek Australians wanted to share their cultural traditions with Brisbane. Fast forward to 2020 and this kaleidoscopic cultural explosion is now legendary. More than 60,000 are expected to celebrate with a range of celebratory events in the lead up, and over the weekend of May 23 and 24.


SATURDAY 23 MAY | 12pm to 10pm

SUNDAY 24 MAY | 10am to 7pm

Musgrave Park & The Greek Club, Edmondstone Street, South Brisbane


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The Stars of Paniyiri

2020 event highlights include the Greek Village Experience "Plateia", a Hellenic Dancers Showcase Program, further development of the acclaimed cooking program starring starring the flavours and faces of Greece and a line-up of authors, chefs, speakers and home cooks; as well as the dancers, singers and stars that will make the fourth weekend in May taste, sound and feel extraordinary.


Enjoy the tastes, recipes and secrets from all corners of Greece!


More than 20 hours of entertainment over the weekend, from traditional Greek dancing and music, through to children's entertainment.


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South Brisbane is easy enough to get to by car but on the weekend of Paniyiri you might struggle to find a parking spot. Your best bet is to plan ahead with TransLink's Journey Planner and map out your trip via public transport to and from Paniyiri - the festival is close to both the Cultural Centre and the South Brisbane train station. You shouldn’t get too lost, just follow the crowds. If you want to be in a prime position to make the most of all Paniyiri has to offer, book yourself into a South Brisbane Hotel or Holiday Apartment. You can enjoy a short walk down to the festivities, plenty of other local restaurants if you need a break from the crowds, and respite is close at hand once you’ve eaten, sang and danced yourself to exhaustion. .

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    Musgrave Park & The Greek Club
    Edmondstone St
    South Brisbane, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

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Generic Questions About This Event

Q:           How much are tickets and where can I buy them?

A:        Paniyiri tickets are $12 each and $5 for pensioners, children 12 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased online – or at the gate.

Q:           What if it’s raining?

A:         Paniyiri will still go ahead in the rain unless the weather turns to severe . We will advise on our social media, website and via major media channels if there are any changes to opening hours and event status.

Q:        What are your opening hours?

A:         Paniyiri Greek Festival is open 12pm – 10pm on Saturday (18th May) and 10am – 7pm on Sunday (19th May).

Q:        Can I bring my dog?

A:         Due to liquor licensing and council laws no dogs are permitted at Paniyiri. (Assistance dogs are permitted)

Q:        Can I hire a pram/stroller?

A:         Unfortunately, no, Paniyiri doed not have prams/strollers for hire.

Q:        Are there ATMs?

A:         There are ATMs available inside Paniyiri, Portable ATMs can be found on Edmondtsone St . Please note, the ATMs in the festival may not be wheelchair accessible.

Q:        Are there water refill stations if I bring my own water bottle?

A:         Yes, free water refill stations are located throughout the park.

Q:        Does Paniyiri have a car park?

A:         Unfortunately, Paniyiri does not have a public carpark. Secure parking is offering Paniyiri visitors special rates. For further information head to .  There is street parking around West End and South Brisbane however, we advise to take public transport

Q:        Can I bring a sun umbrella?

A:         Small umbrellas for personal use are a great idea – sun safety is a priority! Yes, they are allowed inside the festival.

Q:        Are there vegetarian options and gluten free options?

A:         Yes, there are vegetarian and gluten free options as well as other special dietary dishes available from many of the stalls at Paniyiri.

Q:        Is there alcohol available at Paniyir?

A:         Yes, there are bars inside Paniyiri selling alcoholic beverages to guests aged 18+.

Q:        Is there much seating?

A:            There is street and park seating, you can also bring a blanket and sit on the grassy hills.

Q:        Is Paniyiri wheelchair friendly?

A:         Paniyiri is some large slopes however majority of the festival is all wheelchair accessible.

Q:        Can I get public transport to Paniyiri?

A:         Yes, check for the best public transport options to Musgrave Park –  West End. All pre purchased tickets include free public transport on the Translink system * Terms and conditions apply.

Q:        Can I smoke anywhere inside Paniyiri?

A:         Smoking is only permitted within the designated smoking area at Paniyiri