Caboolture Family Fun Day

Roll Up, Roll Up - Caboolture Family Fun Day is back! Free family fun set to impress. Held on the sporting grounds in Centenary Lakes, Caboolture Family Fun Day is a community fair style event with free amusement rides, workshops, performers, shows and market stalls designed to provide the local community with an inexpensive and convenient alternative to the Ekka show.

The carnival runs from 10am - 4pm and the theme this year is Carnival. Bring smiles and hungry tummies. Browse the market stalls, feast on some delicious multicultural cuisine from a number of food trucks and be sure to pick up a colourful show bag before you head home. There will be plenty of children's entertainment on the Sizzler main stage all day.

This year enjoy more rides than ever before. 13 rides will ensure loads of entertainment for all. Best of all - they're all absolutely free! Family favourites including the Swinger, the Giant Worm, Giant Slide, Pirate Ship, Train Tunnel and more. Plus the tiny tots can enjoy a ball pit, inflatable ride and horse carousel in the Redwood College Kids Zone.\

Please note that parking is limited at Centenary Lakes. There is additional parking available at Caboolture Town Square multi-story car park and Caboolture Train Station.

Free Shuttle Buses will run from Caboolture Station and Caboolture Town Square to the event from 9.15am to 4.00pm


13 August 2018


Monday: 10.00am - 4.00pm


Centenary Lakes Park - Cr Morayfield Rd and Stringfellow Road, Caboolture


Free entry


Zoe Harvey
Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism
Ph: (07) 3897 4903

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