2015 KLM Dutch Orange Day Melbourne

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On Sunday 26th April, 2015 it’s the 11th annual KLM Dutch Orange Day in Melbourne.  Whether you are Dutch or not, join the Dutch community in celebrating their national holiday, King’s Day (“Koningsdag”).

The theme this year is “Taste of Holland”. The festival will showcase a wide range of Dutch culinary delights. Dutch street food on offer includes the well-known Dutch pancakes (“poffertjes”), seafood (herring, mussels and fish nuggets), traditional mash-pot dishes, pea soup, beef croquettes, cheese toasties, sweet treats and imported grocery products!

Other highlights include:

– Our online charity auction for a KLM ticket to Amsterdam, through our new website.

– A vibrant beer garden, in partnership with Bavaria Beer.

– Plenty of activities for kids, such as games, performances, face painting and an old fashioned free market (“vrijmarkt”).

Entry is free, dress code is orange!


Queensbridge Square, Southbank 3006, Melbourne, Australia


Sunday 26th of April, 2015 between 10:30am and 4pm

For more information, please see www.dutchorangeday.com.au

About KLM Dutch Orange Day 

Dutch Orange Day, established in 2004, is a nonprofit organisation which aims to increase the awareness of Dutch culture and customs to the people of Victoria through a day of Dutch festivities, entertainment, cultural exhibits and traditional foods.

All proceeds of KLM Dutch Orange Day go to our charity partner, DutchCare Ltd, a specialist aged care provider servicing the older Dutch population of Victoria.

Other events by Dutch Orange Day include “KINGSNIGHT”, the Dutch Orange Day after party, and the Holland Soccer House in Melbourne.


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