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Geraldton’s second annual International Food Festival a smash hit with culinary delights

Lachlan AllenGeraldton Guardian
Kate Verryt with daughters Mylah and Tayla at the International Food Festival on Sunday.
Camera IconKate Verryt with daughters Mylah and Tayla at the International Food Festival on Sunday. Credit: Lachlan Allen

More than 1000 people turned out on Sunday afternoon to celebrate Geraldton’s second annual International Food Festival.

Held at the St Francis Xavier Primary School Oval and Catholic Centre, festival guests were treated to culinary delights from all over the world.

The Catholic Centre hall was abuzz with excitement with stalls featuring food from Africa, the Philippines, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Australia and Croatia.

The kids were kept entertained with face painting, pony rides, a snake exhibit and games, while the weather held off to make it an enjoyable day for all who attended.

It’s the second time the festival has been held and based on the response it received on Sunday the community can expect to see it return next year.

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