Sikh Volunteers Australia celebrated the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi at Bunil Place (Narre Warren, Victoria) on Sunday, April 7th, 2024.

This years celebration was also the 10th Anniversary of the start of Sikh Volunteers Australia.

The Sikh Community was honoured with the presence of the Honourable Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese alongside other distinguished guests and comunity leaders and volunteers gracing the vibrant festivities of Vaisakhi at Bunjil Place marking a significant moment of cultural harmony and unity.

Amidst the lively cultural performances, observations and the mesmerising display of traditional Sikh attire, the Prime Minister’s participation underscored the spirit of inclusivity and diversity that defines Australia.

This celebration not only honored the Sikh community’s rich heritage and religious significance of Vaisakhi but also showcased the nation’s commitment to embracing multiculturalism. It served as a poignant reminder of the shared values of respect, understanding, and mutual appreciation that form the foundation of Australia’s multicultural tapestry.

Through this symbolic gesture, the Prime Minister exemplified the importance of fostering solidarity and fostering cultural exchange within the country’s social fabric.

Attended by various the multicultural community leaders, as well as Federal and State MPs joining in the celebrations to honour the countless volunteers for their dedication and commitment in supporting the various projects and activities of the Sikh Volunteers Australia.


Sikh Volunteers Australia would like to thank all those who attended and supported the event.
Members of the CFA, SES, Victoria Police, Fire Rescue Victoria for their continued support.

(Photo Credits: The above photos are courtesy of the Prime Minister’s Facebook Page.
More Events Photos will be uploaded soon)