Kernewek Lowender has contributed a lot in strengthening the cordial relationship of Cornish people with different parts of the world. It proposes ‘The Big Weekend’, encompassing of three large fairs, the Classic Cavalcade of Cars and the village green fair "Fer Kernewek". It has played a vital role in promoting the state’s tourism, and the credit goes to its loads of traditional Cornish festivities, art and craft and furry dancing that jams your attention for a longer period of time.
If you are going to be present on the actual day then certainly you will be get enough detailed information about the age-old traditions. Same as the visitors who come from Canada, USA, Cornwall, along with interstate Australia and get cultural refreshment and some fun for over seven days. Plus, you can also enjoy every bit of the same with distinctive local ‘Moonta’ style of Cornish pasty. The world-class food and trendy wine are very much responsible to give it a carnival-like shape. However, on two days the fairgrounds in two towns will get a wind of happy children and their tired parents.
Kernewek Lowender also offers you abundant historic locations, enchanting coastal waters and a comfort of myriad affordable hotels. So, visit the Copper Coast on the planned dates with your families assuring to uphold and flame your love of friendships, jollity and and enjoyment.
Kernewek Lowender is a biennial Copper Coast Cornish-themed Festival that takes place in the primitive copper mining towns of the Yorke Peninsula in South Australia. It has grown to become the largest festival in the late autumn outside Cornwall of live entertainment to take you in a world of utter happiness.