There are different types of festivals; some are for fun and entertainment but some are religious and for traditional purposes. Both hold great importance.
The famous and worth-mentioning festivals going to occur in the month of September are briefly mentioned below:
Festivals from 1st to 15th September
- On the 1st of September, National Wattle Day is celebrated in Australia. Libya and Uzbekistan have their National Days on the same day too. With Slovakia’s Constitution Day, Sikhs also celebrate their religious festival- Aadh Granth Sahib on 1st September.
- On 2nd of September, Torres Strait Cultural Fest is commemorated. Fairfield Sydney is also organized on the same day.
- Brisbane Festival, a multi-purpose festival, is rejoiced on the 3rd of September.
- On 5th, Battle for Australia Day is commemorated for paying a tribute to defendants of Australia.
- On 11th, Coptic New Year is celebrated by Coptic Orthodox Church.
- Turning Wave Festival is on 12th of September rejoicing Australian and Irish art.
- On 14th, OzAsia Festival is commemorated to rejoice the Asian and Australian culture.
Festivals from 16th to 31st September
- On 17th of September, Australian Citizenship Day is celebrated. On the same day, the Jews celebrate Rosh Hashanah festival, a religious festival that signifies the world’s creation.
- On 19th, Hindus rejoice Ganesh Chaturthi festival, a festival believed to purge themselves of sins.
- On 22nd September, the Germans commemorate Oktoberfest among music, dance and food.
- On 23rd, Children’s Festival is rejoiced in Sydney for giving a great fun-time to children.
- On 26th, Jews celebrate Day of Atonement with repentance and fasting.
- On 30th September, Mid-Autumn Festival is organized.
These are only a few festivals celebrated in the month of September. There are more than hundred festivals celebrated each year. They are a source of great entertainment of people all around the world.