We know just how crazy it can get in a household full of little ones so we have put together an easy checklist of six items we suggest bringing to Moreton Kids Festival to ensure you have a stress free day. Don’t be caught in a muddle due to poor planning and being inadequately equipped. Preparation is key!
Hydration is extremely important when spending the day out in the sun. To save yourself (and the environment) from purchasing throw-away plastic water bottles, bring your own reusable bottles and fill them up at our designated refill stations located in the main market alley.
Accidents happen. Fun also happens. At Moreton Kids Fest we've got a whole lot of painting, gardening, slime making and other fun activities which may leave your child in need of a quick change of clothes.
After all the fun and games, your little ones will need to clean their hands before they tuck into some food. Although there will be wash basins available at the amenities blocks we also suggest packing hand sanitiser or baby wipes to clean their hands before they munch into the many food options on offer!
We know life with kids is full of falls and tumbles. While we do have a first aid tent on site if medical assistance is required, bringing your own mini first aid kit with band-aids, tissues and anti-septic wash may save time, helping your little one can get back to all the fun.
Snap those precious moments of your kids laughing and playing. While there will be photographers at Kids Fest, we can’t guarantee we will capture every cute, silly, or whacky moment your kids have so come prepared and bring your own camera or phone. Kids Fest will also have designated charging stations so you don’t need to worry about your devices going flat!
Kids Fest is a HUGE day filled with lots of excitement and fun, so we don’t want your day being ruined due to sunstroke and sunburn. We will have plenty of shaded areas as well as FREE sunscreen available at the Information Tent. Be sure to bring your sun safety gear including a hat and sunscreen. If you haven’t already, check out our post on sun safety tips at Kids Fest here.