Kurnell, possibly one of Sutherland Shire’s best-kept secrets, will be centre stage when it welcomes people from the community and afar for its brand-new Kurnell Village Fair on Sunday, April 29.
The little seaside village that defies the passing of time with a freewheeling identity all its own, will host a free fun family day out from 9am – 4pm.
The fair will incorporate a full kids program on stage together with roaming entertainment, an international street food fair, local artisans’ stalls, pony rides, petting zoo and festival favourites face painting, sno-cones and fairy floss.
Festival-goers will be treated with an eclectic range of entertainment on the stage.
Kurnell Village Fair will certainly be rockin’ with Bunny Racket, a guitar wielding, skateboard riding, nature loving rabbit hailing from Byron Bay with a passion for playing rock ‘n’ roll ... LOUD!
The rockin’ will continue for rockabilly stalwarts when the Bonnevillains take to the stage mid-afternoon.
Nobody will go hungry with an amazing array of international street food on offer throughout the day.
Food stalls will feature South American traditions of empanadas, chori pan, chivito and pancho, Indonesian satay sticks, Italian arancini balls and pork belly baos, dumplings and other Asian street fares.
Test your surfing skills on the classic mechanical surfboard, jump until your hearts content on the tiger belly bouncer kids jumping castle or take on family and friends on the dual lane monkey slide.
There will also be a dog show, and art and craft show in Marton Hall and Devonshire teas at the Kurnell Guide Hall.
Fall under Kurnell’s spell when the sleepy seaside village comes alive for a day of fabulous family entertainment on April 29.