BRISBANE GERMAN WEEK | 1 – 9 OCTOBER 2021
Australia’s ‘longest week’ is happening again – refreshed, recharged and ready to go!
Most of us are currently unable to travel to Europe under the current restrictions unless it is under (often) heart-wrenching circumstances. We hope you and your loved ones overseas will make it through this tough time to get back to normal on the other side soon.
Well…… we can at least bring your culture to you to cure some of this homesickness! Less than three weeks from now you can finally immerse yourself again in German culture right here in your own backyard, in Brisbane, when we bring mini Germany to you. Last year marked thirty years of a unified Germany, and we can finally celebrate this milestone with the Concert Reception for the German National Day. Other exciting events this year include the German Movie Night with a pre-movie party, the Science, Innovation and Business Days….and timely new ideas such as Creative AI & Germany and our entertaining new Miele food show – Let’s Sauerkraut!
We are beyond grateful to Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ) and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) for their friendship and support. The German Missions in Australia have also continuously been supporting this fantastic initiative, special thanks to the Consulate-General of Germany in Sydney.
To see what’s on in 2021, hover your curser over the scheduled days below. As we update the event details on these pages feel free to browse through our Gallery for some amazing past German Week memories…..
In light of recent changes to Queensland Government restrictions relating to the pandemic, a COVID safe plan is implemented for all BGW events and masks must be worn. Please note the following event restrictions also apply:
- Indoor – 1 person per 4 square metres or 75% capacity with ticketed and allocated seating
- Smaller venues up to 200 square metres – 1 person per 2 square metres, up to a maximum of 50
- Outdoor – 1 person per 2 square metres
- Eating and drinking must be seated
- No dancing except at weddings.