Where is it: Various locations, Moreton Bay Region
What's it all about: A free event put on by Moreton Bay Regional Council - just for fun!
How can I join in: Come along to the park with your favourite teddy bear and be prepared to have fun!
Tell me more: Moreton Bay Region's Teddy Bears Picnic is a really fun and popular event for little kids! Aimed at kids under school age, there's lots of entertainment and activities on offer - it's a great way to get your little ones out and about in a safe and relaxed setting. The jumping castle was hard to get past - so much fun and it was great for the little kids to have one all to themselves without sharing with the older kids! There was more than just that on offer with a baby animal farm, face painting heaps of art and craft and of course teddy bears were everywhere, including a nice little teddy bear parade! There was even free teddy bear biscuits and fruit for our picnic! This annual event takes place in different locations so make sure you check out the details of the event - and make sure you check out what the theme is for the day! A really nice day out for the little ones!
John Oxley Reserve, Murrumba Downs 2018
Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine 2017
Jamieson Park, Scarborough 2017
Pine Rivers Park, Strahtpine 2016
Where is it: Pine Rivers Park, 125 Gympie Road, Strathpine
Why we love it: A festival just for kids – how could we not love that!
Tell me more: This brand new event celebrates kids with a program full of family-friendly entertainment. With special guests live on stage and heaps of awesome activities, rides, games and crafts. Whatever your child’s passion, the Moreton Kids Festival guarantees to have them bursting with excitement with their five amazing worlds – Active Kids with its focus on getting kids to enjoy an energetic and active childhood, Creative Kids to let the kid’s creative streak loose, Green Kids in which kids are encouraged to engage in sustainable activities and lifestyle, Curious Kids is all about science, experimenting and learning and Fun Kids which probably doesn’t need any further explanation! All of these worlds will combine as one fun and fantastic event and its one not to be missed!
Where is it: Strathpine Community Centre, 199 Gympie Rd, Strathpine
What's it all about: An expo of Lego with awesome constructions, displays, vendors and characters! There's even a spot to build your own creations!
How can I join in: Book your tickets online (no tickets available at the door) and head on down to get involved! Tickets are sold by session to manage the crowds so you're sure to get a good view!
Tell me more: Brisbricks is a not-for-profit group, staffed by volunteers who love Lego! They love to show off their amazing Lego creations through their Lego fan expos and through these days they raise money for charities! Their Pine Rivers Expo is really cool - heaps of amazing creations (we could watch the trains for hours!), lots of Star Wars (both Lego and characters) and plenty of Lego items for sale - from single bricks through to full sets and lots of Lego themed accessories! Some of the displays are interactive as well - like the remote control 4WD track which was hard to get the kids away from! There's also an area for the kids where they can sit and make their own creations - so much Lego fun! You might even get drawn back to your childhood - like we did when we found a full table of complete sets from when we were kids! We know that much has change in the world of Lego over the years, but the basis of the standard bricks remains! Yay for Lego!
Where is it: Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine
What's it all about: A free event that displays different cultures from around the globe! Providing entertainment, increasing awareness and promoting harmony!
How can I join in: Keep an eye on the website for more details about this annual event!
Tell me more: A really great and beneficial event initiated by the Multicultural Association of Caboolture And Surrounds Inc (MACS) and now running for over 16 years, this event has become one of the must-see events in the Moreton Bay (and Brisbane) region! There are heaps of performers, food and music from many different countries being showcased in order to give all in attendance a touch of the different cultures that now call this great region home! Add to that some really fun rides and entertainment for the kids, and it quickly becomes clear why this event is so popular and it's easy to see why it continues to run after all these years! A very fun afternoon out and a great way to increase your exposure to different cultures!
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