Little Feet Festival promises treasure trove of fun

Last year’s festival drew thousands, and this year’s is expected to be just as popular.
Last year’s festival drew thousands, and this year’s is expected to be just as popular.

Held at ECU Joondalup, the free family festival will include more than 30 activities for children aged 12 and under, including telescope, treasure map and compass making, face-painting, a foam pit, camel rides and an animal farm.

Parents will also have a pit stop area where they can have a herbal tea and get a free two-minute massage.

Joondalup Mayor Troy Pickard said the festival attracted thousands of people each year.

‘It’s always pleasing to see so many active young people in attendance at the Little Feet Festival, enjoying themselves,’ he said.

‘This year’s treasure hunt will add an extra dimension of fun for the children.’

The smoke-free event will run from 1pm to 5pm.