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Hopes and Dreams for the Year of the Rooster

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Write down your hopes and dreams for the year and add them to a display in the garden.
28 January to 12 February
Chinese Garden of Friendship,
Pier Street, Darling Harbour, NSW, 2000

Free with garden entry. Weekend entry is by gold coin donation during Chinese New Year.

The Fire Rooster is fabulous and flamboyant, intense and intuitive; it’s the sign of dawn and awakening. People born in the Year of the Rooster are hard working, resourceful, courageous, confident and talented. The Rooster’s bright vibrant colours perfectly represent its independent and quick-witted nature. What lies ahead for you during the Year of the Rooster? Write down your hopes and dreams, then add them to the hanging display in the garden.