Mermaids, fairies and unicorns to appear at Old Petrie Town

Published 4:00pm 13 June 2023

Mermaids, fairies and unicorns to appear at Old Petrie Town
Words by Ashleigh Howarth

A festival that celebrates all things magical is coming to Old Petrie Town this month. 

Little ones will have the opportunity to see mermaids, fairies, unicorns, wizards and even dragons when they appear at the Fantasy Festival on Saturday, June 24.

Visitors can expect a fun day filled with stage shows, roving performers, workshops, face painting, festival braids, amusement rides, market stalls, a movie screening, as well as plenty of food and drink options.

There will be two sessions held on the day - a morning session from 9am-1pm, and an afternoon session from 4-8pm.

A movie will be shown during the afternoon session. Find out what movie has been selected and other fun things happening at the festival, via the Fantasy Festival Facebook page.

This will be the first time the festival has been held in the Moreton Bay Region.

Event snapshot

The Fantasy Festival will be held on Saturday, June 24 at Old Petrie Town, at 901 Dayboro Rd, Whiteside.

Tickets can be pre-purchased online via the TryBooking website. Tickets are $5 for children, $7 for adults and $20 for a family pass (two adults and two children).

Limited tickets may also be available at the festival gate at a cost of $7 for children, $10 for adults and $30 for a family pass, however organisers advise families to get in early and secure their tickets online.

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