Kidtopia Festival - Pre-Book Tickets & Save 50%!*

  • Wed Jul 27 2016
  • Preschoolers
    Mums & Bubs
  • $0.00

Tell them ellaslist sent you:

Kidtopia – Sydney’s newest and coolest Festival for Kids (and their grownups) – brings the carnival to Parramatta Park for the October school holidays!

Over three days (Friday 7 October – Sunday 9 October), Parramatta Park will come alive with a smorgasbord of awesome activities in a high energy artistic playground. Live music; yoga, cooking, twice daily science shows, circus workshops; a silent disco, magical performances, movies under the stars, and Sydney’s hottest eateries, are just some of what’s in store.

“Kidtopia is an event for the festival lover in us all,” said Cory Watson, Head of Parenting at Fairfax Events. “We’re planning an absolute adventure of an outing, a giant playground for kids and parents wrapped up in a chilled Festival vibe; and importantly one that won’t break the bank.“ 

For the under 5’s! A mini Festival within a Festival, ”" target="_blank">Littletopia, has been programmed in as a special paradise for under-fives with games, face painting, music activities, jumping castles, and special surprises, as well as special appearances by Hey Duggee and Go Jetters.

Full Kidtopia program announced in September, but PRE-BOOK ONLINE NOW to save!

When: Friday 7 – Sunday 9 October, 2016
Where: Parramatta Park, Parramatta
Cost: Pre-booked online tickets are just $10-$15 per person (*50% off the door price – only available until 5pm on 6 October). Kids under 5yrs are FREE!

ingogo (first company in Australia to book a taxi with fixed fares) will be providing visitors with 2 x $10 credits to get to and from the event. For more information, click HERE.

Tell them ellaslist sent you!




Lisa Wolff

Aug 15 2016

When you purchase tickets, you have the option of selecting how many adults and kids are coming. Even though kids under 5 are FREE, you still need to indicate how many are coming when you book. You can book tickets here -


Summer Shoults

Aug 14 2016

Do we still need to but tickets if our children are under 5 or is it walk in? Is there an adult ticket