Grey skies couldn’t compete with the colour and charisma of the South West Harmony Festival on Sunday, March 25.
The rain held off and Georgiana Molloy Anglican School grounds were transformed into a melting pot of cultures and cuisines.
Multiculturalism and diversity were celebrated with dance workshops, drumming performances and children’s craft.
Traditional dishes from the Philippines, Indonesia, France, The Netherlands, New Zealand and Japan were on offer for crowds.
Kangaroo stew and damper was a favourite among patrons.
The event was hosted by the Busselton and Dunsborough Multicultural Association and run by volunteers.
The day was wrapped up with a performance by Brazilian band Xoxote and dancing.
Earlier in the week, schools in Busselton and Dunsborough marked Harmony Day with a series of events.
Check out Vasse Primary School’s all school dance to ‘One Tribe’ by the Black Eyed Peas.
See how schools in the region celebrated Harmony Day on March 21.
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