Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Dutch Festival, St. Marys, NSW

Don't you just love these clogs?
These wooden shoes have been popular in the Netherlands for nearly 700 years.
Wearers claim the shoes are warm in winter and cool in summer.

Smells, sights and sounds of the Dutch Festival comes alive every year at St Marys.
With real Dutch drinks, food, games, dancing and music
every Dutch family and visitors will surely be entertained.

Broodje Haring
The Raw Herring Sandwich is Netherlands' National Dish

Dutch Sausage

Dutch Doughnuts

Clog made completely from wood.

Honey Dipper

"Flying Darts" Game during the festival at the Rembrandt Club.

It ain't much, if it ain't Dutch.

Clogs are known as Klompen in Netherlands.

Dutch Street Organ

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