It will be held on 8th October 2016 at the Korean Cultural Centre. See http://sydneylanguagefestival.org.au/sydney/
The 2015 Sydney Language Festival was on 29th and 30th August 2015. For more details see http://www.languagefestival.org/sydney-language-festival/slf-2015/
It was held in Redfern on 29th August and in Bondi on 30th August
It was held at the Redfern community centre and at Esperanto House, also in Redfern, very close to the station. For more information, see http://sydneylanguagefestival.org.au/
EsperantoTV filmed a lot during this event and the films will be made available on the net.
Sydney Morning Herald reported on the event, see http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/universal-language-meets-native-tongues-20140705-3bfi4.html
Now we are already starting to think of organising the 2014 language festival.
On youtube you will find several videos about the 2013 language festival:
A language festival is a cultural and educational event held by Esperanto organizations in different countries of the world. The purpose of language festivals is to provide information about as many different languages of the world as possible to people who are interested in languages and show how great is the variety of languages in the world. Language festivals also try to demonstrate that all languages in the world are equally important and valuable and that there should be no “major” and “minor” languages. It is very unfair to judge a language by its number of speakers. Esperanto organisations throughout the world want to promote international communication on an equal footing and want to prevent major languages from swallowing up smaller ones. There is a motto: speak a regional language locally, a national language nationally and an international language internationally.
The Esperanto Federation of NSW
On Saturday 1st June 2013 from 10:30am to 2pm.