Australia’s Premier Celtic Celebration
The National Celtic Festival is widely recognised as the premier Celtic festival in the southern hemisphere. With a reputation that grows each and every year, this is Australia’s largest and most diverse Celtic gathering, attracting audiences and performers from across the country and around the world.
NCF’s Jack Wilson works with Fèis Rois and takes part in this year’s Commonwealth Ceilidh Trail.
National Celtic Festival, Feis Rois & Celtic Colours partnership.
Keep up with Jack’s Wilson’s blog here
Celtic Fest says “see you next year” as sunny celebrations wrap up (4/25/2014) - Three days of beautiful winter sunshine and wonderful Celtic entertainment welcomed visitors to the 11th annual National Celtic Festival at Portarlington over the long weekend. Thousands of visitors poured into the small Bellarine Peninsula town from Friday night until Monday afternoon to partake of the warm hospitality and witness some of the world’s best Celtic performers. […] Festival’s Cultural Exchange Project to foster young Trad musicians (4/25/2014) - Australia’s National Celtic Festival is launching an innovative two-year cultural partnership with the Highlands of Scotland that will nurture young artists in traditional music and culture. At the heart of the partnership is the aim of fostering cultural exchange and collaboration between our two countries. The project, in collaboration with Scotland’s Fèis Rois organisation (meaning […] National Celtic Festival forges French connections (2/13/2014) - MEDIA RELEASE – OCTOBER 14, 2011 Portarlington’s National Celtic Festival has taken a new role on the international stage after it was represented at the world’s largest Celtic event, the recent Interceltique Festival in France. National Celtic Festival director Una McAlinden attended the prestigious 10-day event held at Lorient, in the traditionally Celtic region of […]
The National Celtic Festival is held at Portarlington in Victoria, Australia. It is 105 km from Melbourne and 30 km from Geelong. Take the Portarlington road from Geelong and enjoy the beautiful scenery and wineries on the way.
Getting There and Staying There