Sydney’s Biggest Indonesian Night Market Returns for the 22nd Year


PPIA UNSW’s flagship annual event, the Indonesian Night Market, is set to return on Friday, 14 June 2024. This highly anticipated event is back for its 22nd year, promising to bring the rich diversity of Indonesian food and culture to Sydney once again. Following its success in attracting over 5,000 visitors last year, the market aims to offer an even more spectacular experience this year. 

Indonesian Night Market (INM) will immerse Sydney in Indonesian culture, featuring bustling food stalls, a revamped parade, various performances, traditional games, and workshops – all without any entry fees.

Taking place at the University of New South Wales (UNSW)’s Main Walkway, INM embraces the theme of “KELANA: Kembali Langkah Menuju Makna”, which translates to “Wandering: Another Step Towards Meaning”. This theme invites visitors to reflect on the past and seek meaning in moving forward, symbolizing a journey of growth and discovery. The Indonesian Night Market aims to cater to Indonesians seeking a taste of home while also serving as a cultural bridge to introduce Indonesian culture to a diverse audience. 

Visitors can indulge in classic Indonesian delicacies such as Satay, Martabak, and more, representing different regions of Indonesia. While enjoying the food, attendees can witness a parade, and a variety of performances including Gamelan, special student and committee performances, and traditional dances. Additionally, visitors can immerse themselves in Indonesian culture through our ‘Podjok Boedaya’ (translates to ‘Cultural Corner’) which offers engaging workshops, activities, and games. 

The event is open to the public and free of entry fees. Make sure to mark your calendars for this one-night-only experience! 

Indonesian Night Market also welcomes sponsors and collaborations to help realize its mission. 

For more information and updates on the market, visit the Indonesian Night Market’s Facebook page (Indonesian Night Market), Instagram and TikTok (@inm.unsw). You can also find more videos and related content on PPIA UNSW’s YouTube channel. [IM]

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