Full preview to Moreton Kids Festival 2024

Published 6:00am 28 February 2024

Full preview to Moreton Kids Festival 2024
Words by Nadia Chapman

The ultimate kids’ weekend is quickly approaching with Moreton Kids Festival, which is coming to Pine Rivers Park on March 10, from 8am-3pm.

With Paw Patrol as a headliner and a huge program of entertainment and attractions, there will be something for the whole family to enjoy.

Don’t miss out – Moreton Kids Festival has sold out two years in a row, and tickets are selling fast, so families are encouraged to buy them online.

Moreton Kids Festival is supported by Strategic Partner, City of Moreton Bay and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT).

The program for the 2024 event will feature crowd favourites, including unlimited rides, live stage shows, children’s activities, workshops, educational displays, market stalls and food trucks.

Program highlights

For more information on all the program highlights, visit the website

Ausbuild Main Stage:

Paw Patrol is on the Ausbuild Main Stage at 9.45am and 12.45pm.

Local performers will take to the stage throughout the day.

Little Groovers Stage:

The Little Groovers Stage is a smaller stage full of fun.

The stage will feature several energetic children’s performers, including Happy Singing Kids, Lizzieland Show and Flutter the Fairy.

Fun Kids Zone:

The Fun Kids Zone features crowd favourite amusement rides, from inflatables to tea pot rides and show bags.

Creative Kids Zone:

The Creative Kids Zone is a world full of creativity. With craft workshops, art activities and fun art installations, there is unlimited creative fun for everyone.

Active Kids Zone:

Is your little one full of energy? The Active Kids Zone is the land of movement and the perfect place to be.

With sporting workshops and outdoor games, there is an activity for the whole family to stay active and healthy.

Tiny Tots Zone:

The Tiny Tots Zone is dedicated to all the babies and toddlers of the festival.

With soft and messy play, educational resources and fun activities, The Tots Zone has it all.

Green Kids Zone:

The Green Kids Zone is the land of sustainability, with sustainable and nature-based activities and resources.

Learn about recycling, nature, animals, gardening and more at the Green Kids Zone.

Quiet Zone:

Thanks to Early Start Australia, there is a dedicated Quiet Zone at the event where you can wind down in the shade.

There will be cushions, books and headphones available. 

Community Engagement Zone:

The Community Engagement Zone is the perfect place to say hello to our local heroes, including SES volunteers, emergency service workers and much more.

Market stalls:

There will be a variety of market stalls and food trucks to explore, from 8am-3pm.

Full preview to Moreton Kids Festival 2024

Getting there, parking

Moreton Bay Kids Festival offers FREE accessible parking to all patrons at Pine Rivers Park. Please follow all directions given by event staff, volunteers and traffic marshals. There will also be a designated drop off/pick up bay.

If you wish to arrive by public transport, Pine Rivers Park is a 9-minute walk from Strathpine Station.

Ticket information

All-day tickets bought online are as follows:

Adults (16+ years) - $12 + booking fee

Children (3-15 years) and concession - $7 + booking fee

Family Pass (two adults and two children or one adult and three children) - $30 + booking fee

Admission is free for children under two years and for carers with valid ID.

For more information, or to buy tickets, visit moretonkidsfestival.com.au

Event details

What: Moreton Kids Festival

When: Sunday, March 10, from 8am-3pm

Where: Pine Rivers Park | 125 Gympie Rd, Strathpine

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