Prepare your lederhosen and dirndls as Oktoberfest In The Gardens returns to Australia in 2020. The world’s most celebrated beer festival is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary in Australia and therefore adequate German style celebrations are in order, taking place across four cities down under – Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Newcastle, with parties that will parallel the usual Oktoberfest celebrations around the globe.

Punters can experience all the fun and frivolity from previous years with local acts, cover bands,
competitions, silent disco, thrill rides, side show alley, wood chopping, roving performers, dodgeball and market stalls.

Oktoberfest In The Gardens organisers are promising the highest levels of health and safety will be met and if worse comes to worst and the event is cancelled, full refunds will be issued.

With 10+ imported German beers and a variety of other beverages for non-beer drinkers, guests can quench their thirst on anything from a pilsner and doppelbock to cider or wine; whilst getting amongst traditional bites such as bratwurst, schnitzel or pretzels from an extensive range of incredible food stalls.

In previous years hundreds of thousands have dressed up and flocked to Oktoberfest In The Gardens to celebrate the biggest beer festival in the world, however this year capacity is strictly limited so revellers should get in quick to avoid missing out.

Tickets go on sale at 7am Tuesday 7 July via so dust off your costumes and get ready to raise your stein for the only Oktoberfest party you want to be at in Australia.

Oktoberfest In The Gardens

18+ event
Perth – Langley Park / Saturday 10 October
Adelaide – Pinky Flat / Saturday 3 October
Sydney – The Domain / Saturday 31 October
Newcastle – TBC