Redcliffe KiteFest

Clontarf, Moreton Bay Area

25 – 26 August 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$5 to AU$25

Get swept away with the fun, colour and excitement at the annual Redcliffe KiteFest.

Boasting a family-friendly environment for families looking for low-cost entertainment in a safe, outdoor setting, the Redcliffe KiteFest features a weekend of international kite flyers and colourful kite displays, aerobatic displays, jet ski stunt shows, stage entertainment, children activities, workshops, market stalls, food vendors and much more – all with a breathtaking backdrop of Moreton Bay.

For the first time in 2018 - the event will extend into the night on Saturday, bringing audiences a night-time program of illuminated kite displays, fireworks and music.

It’s no wonder the Redcliffe KiteFest has grown to become one of the biggest kite festivals in Australia and one of the most popular events in South East Queensland.

Redcliffe KiteFest is part of the annual two-week Redcliffe Festival program.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
25 – 26 August 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $10.00 - $10.00 15 years and over.
Child $5 - $5 14 years and under. Children under 2 are free.
Concession $5 - $5 Valid concession card must be shown at entry.
Family $25 - $25 Includes two adults and two children.

Event Venues


Pelican Park
Address:
Hornibrook Esplanade
Clontarf
Queensland, Australia 4019

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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