Win tickets! Moreton Kids Festival 2024

Published 1:00pm 14 February 2024

Win tickets! Moreton Kids Festival 2024
Words by Moreton Daily

Moreton Daily is giving away 10 family passes to Moreton Kids Festival 2024!

Get ready for the ultimate kids extravaganza! Join in for a day jam-packed with endless excitement and joy on Sunday, March 10 at Pine Rivers Park.


What you can expect at Moreton Kids Festival 2025

🎪 Unlimited Rides: Let your kids soar and spin to their heart's content with an array of thrilling rides.

🎭 Live Stage Shows: Be mesmerized by captivating performances that will leave your kids spellbound.

🎨 Workshops & Activities: Ignite their creativity with hands-on workshops and activities that'll spark their imagination.

🦁 Wildlife Encounters: Encounter fascinating creatures up close, offering an educational and thrilling experience.

👶 Tiny Tots Play Area: A special zone dedicated to the littlest adventurers, ensuring endless giggles and smiles.

🍔 Food Trucks & Market Stalls: Delight your taste buds with a variety of delectable treats while exploring vibrant market stalls.

Perfect for kids under 10

The Moreton Kids Festival is a celebration of youthful wonder and enthusiasm. With a line-up bursting with entertainment and excitement, your child's passions will come alive in our five amazing worlds: Active Kids, Fun Kids, Green Kids, Creative Kids, and Tiny Tots.


Event Details Overview

What: Moreton Kids Festival
When:
Sunday, March 10, 2024
Time:
8am-3pm
Venue:
Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine

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