Last year thousands of people flocked to Redfern Park for the second annual Feast Campbelltown festival.
While the pandemic might have out a stop the event in its usual capacity, Campbelltown Council still want locals to celebrate at home.
This year's Feast Festival is coming right to the doorstep of Campbelltown residents with Feast@Home and Feast on the Go.
People can still enjoy dining on the exotic flavours and creating crafts of Campbelltown's many cultures from the comfort of their own home.
Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic invited all locals to take part.
"Feast is a hugely popular community event that celebrates the many wonderful cultures of our community through common interests such as food and craft," Cr Brticevic said.
"While it's a shame that we can't gather together to enjoy the festival this year, I can't wait to see the amazing array of foods that our community shares.
"I look forward to welcoming everyone back to Redfern Park next year to enjoy the colours, smells and sounds of Feast."
People will be able to order some of the best multicultural cuisines from around town with a Feast on the Go meal deal.
Campbelltown Council is supporting local business and partnering with local cafes and restaurants to promote multicultural meal deals.
Children can share their favourite food or meal from their culture with a short video, image or drawing.
Each entry will go into the draw to receive a Feast@Home cultural cooking or craft box.
For more information, visit: campbelltown.nsw.gov.au.