There’s gonna be too much fun in Warrnambool these school holidays as the Fun4Kids Festival kicks off on July 5!
Jimmy Giggle will be hanging out, along with Trolls, Frank Woodley, Asanti African Dance and Drumming, and this legit lineup here, and your kids can chill in a ton of zones and workshops designed to be fun and inspiring. Building, Ten Pin Bowling, farmyards, tradie town, kitchens, wearable art workshops, and learning knitting with some nanas are just the tip of the iceberg – you can see more here.
I’m giving away one Family Pass to the Fun4Kids Festival, which allows entry on any or all of the 5 days for 4 people (2 adults and 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children), at the value of $375.00.
All you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post and tell me your favourite festival memory – did you have to camp in mud and eat cold beans out of a tin? meet your idol? Kiss a crush behind the portaloos?
The competition ends Friday June 23 at 8pm. This is a game of skill, and the winner will be judged on merit. One entry per person, and this contest is open worldwide. You can find the full terms and conditions here.
Fun4Kids Festival is Australia’s BEST children’s festival, full of kids’ entertainment and activities. With so many things to do in one location, you can choose your own adventure and enjoy the festival at your own pace.
Fun4Kids Festival is a 5-day event; you can choose how long you attend – tickets are available in a variety of packages. Just like a theme park… there’s one entry fee and then you’re ready to explore the festival!
Kids are offered fun interactive workshops, games and activities within each themed zone and a selection of the best children’s entertainment from Australia and around the world.
Each day offers a unique experience – so if you come for all 5 days you will be able to enjoy new FUN each day. If you choose to attend for a single day – you won’t miss out on the activities either.
It really is the best family holiday activity in the winter school holidays for Australian families.