Kurnell, a sleepy little seaside suburb that apparently time forgot, but I have not. Growing up in the southern suburbs, I remember visiting the sand hills of Kurnell, school excursions to Captain Cooks landing place, and the rock pools.
This guitar wielding, skateboard riding, nature loving rabbit with a passion for playing rock 'n' roll....LOUD will be on stage and ready to party with the little ones
Over 40 years later, Kurnell is still a sleepy little seaside suburb. But all that is about to change with the inaugural Kurnell Village Fair on Sunday 29th April. To be held from 9am - 4pm, this FREE family day out promises to make this sleepy little village come alive. At least for the day.
With a full kids program of entertainment happening on stage, you will also enjoy roaming entertainment, un-scary clowns, international street food, local artisans, pony rides, petting zoo and festival favourites face painting, sno-cones, fairy floss and more.
Have a go of the wave rider
In keeping with the village vibe and artsy feel of Kurnell, festivalgoers will be treated with an eclectic range of entertainment, from a rock and roll skateboarding bunny with Bunny Racket to rockabilly favourites The Bonnevillains.
The feast of international foods there to tempt you will feature South American empanadas, chori pan, chivito and pancho, Indonesian satay sticks, Italian arancini balls and pork belly baos, dumplings and other Asian street fare, gelato sandwiches, hot and cold drinks and more. No one will go hungry with something for all.