Headline act JJ, from Cocomelon, was a big hit with families at Moreton Kids Festival with about 8000 people attending the event at Pine Rivers Park yesterday.
Large crowds attended his shows at 10am and noon.
Littlies had a ball in the new Tiny Tots zone exploring messy play, soft play, games and activities.
Children of all ages enjoyed sounding the police siren and learning CPR skills in the community engagement zone.
Creative juices were flowing in the Creative Kids area with Mini Picasso painting workshops, origami workshops, rock painting and more.
Animal meet and greets, flower crowns and the petting zoo were the crowd favourites in the Green Kids zone.
Those seeking an adrenaline rush found it in Fun Kids as children raced down the giant slide, bounced in the activity castle and took a ride on the pirate ship.
In the Active Kids area, there were sporting workshops including kids yoga, a friendly game of dodgeball, Brisbane Roar’s soccer skills workshop, gymnastic skills and more.
Moreton Kids Festival was proudly presented by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) and supported by strategic partner Moreton Bay Regional Council, main stage sponsor Ausbuild, education partner TAFE Queensland (RTO 0275), gold sponsors Sun Kids, Sesame Lane Care & Kindergarten, Birali Steiner School, Dominos Strathpine and Peter Dutton MP and community sponsors Platypus Dental, The Lakes College, Chrysalis Dental Care and Nikki Boyd MP.
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Photos by Dominika Lis
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