Festival kicks off summer in the City

Festival kicks off summer in the City

Despite temperatures hovering in the mid-30s, more than 3000 people attended the free festival for youngsters at ECU Joondalup.

Children built sand castles, got up close to animals and learnt about Aboriginal dancing in the Australian activity area, while other popular attractions at the ‘around the world’ themed festival included the Snow Globe and the Slide and Ride.

In feedback through the City’s social media, Ronzo Banal described the festival as ‘amazing’ and Jarrod Greenwood tweeted: ‘Great event by @City_Joondalup Little Feet Festival. Well done #freefamilyfun.’

Norahmad Othman thanked the City, saying his wife and children ‘had a great day of fun’, while Cris Velasco said the festival was ‘a great fun event for the whole family’.

The Weekender, Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City, Nova 93.7 and the WA Institute of Martial Arts, which hosts its family fun day this Saturday, supported the event.