Time to Splash and Play

Published 7:00am 4 February 2024

Time to Splash and Play
Words by Moreton Daily

Cool off at the Splash and Play event at The Mill Water Park on February 10. There will be plenty of water and land-based activities for families to enjoy.

The event, from 8am to noon, will offer hours of fun on the splash pad, beneath the water bucket, and at the adventure playground. Entry is free.

There will also be food trucks, market stalls and two DJs. They will create a lively atmosphere for all ages, spinning tunes, hosting games, and even unleashing a bubble machine.

After a fun session of water play, you can grab a picnic blanket or camping chairs and settle down for a leisurely lunch.

Explore a delectable array of food options, perfect for refuelling after a morning of splashing in the water park.

Splash and Play is presented by City of Moreton Bay, delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism, and supported by strategic sponsors Ausbuild, Australian Trade College North Brisbane, Belgravia Leisure, Crew Legal, University of the Sunshine Coast, Matchsticks Marketing Agency, PSAH, The Sebel Brisbane Margate Beach, Sesame Lane, Village Motors, Bishopp, The Redcliffe Peninsula and Innovate Moreton Bay.

Event details

What: Splash and Play | The Mill Water Park

When: Saturday, February 10

Time: 8am-noon

Location: The Mill Water Park, 1 Moreton Pde, Petrie

To find out more, head to the website

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