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German frenzy hits South Wharf

26 Oct 2014

German frenzy hits South Wharf Image

Thousands converged on South Wharf Promenade in Southbank on Saturday October 4, for the inaugural precinct-wide Oktoberfest Festival.

Visitors were treated to a magnificent day of German-inspired food, fun and activities as the promenade was transformed into something of a bustling Munich village.

Timed to coincide with the final weekend of the real Oktoberfest in Germany, the festival featured all things German, including slap-dancers, keg tapping and bratwurst
eating contests.

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