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About the festival

Over the Moonbah, which was held on Saturday April 14 and Sunday April 15, 2012, celebrated multiculturalism, harmony and history in the Snowy Mountains area through a series of colourful, exciting events.

The highlight of the festival was a set of friendship flights over Moonbah and Mount Kosciuszko, Australia's highest mainland mountain. Five pairs of Aboriginal and Polish Australians took off into the sky, soaring over this beautiful part of Australia.

Other events included concerts, a film screening, the launch of a new publication, BBQs with Polish delights, art and craft displays, and more.

For more information about the events, see the festival program. To see read about the weekend, see photos, listen to audio and watch videos, head to the news page. And, of course, take a moment to get to know the wonderful sponsors of the festival.

Over the Moonbah was organised by Kosciuszko Heritage (formerly the Puls Polonii Cultural Foundation). The Foundation's past Kosciuszko Festivals include: Kosciuszko Music on Mount Kosciuszko (2006), the Mound and Mount Kosciuszko Festivals (2007-2008), the K'Ozzie Fests (2009-2010), and the Day of Fun at Kosciuszko Run (2011).

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