A break down of the cost of entry tickets to Redcliffe KiteFest can be seen below:
Children 2 and under are Free.
Please note booking fees apply if purchasing tickets online.
A valid concession card must be presented at the festival entry gates if a Concession ticket has been purchased.
Yes, you can purchase your tickets online here. Tickets for entry to Redcliffe KiteFest can also be purchased on the day, and yes we do have an eftpos machine.
No. Disability carers get in for free with identification, but their client must pay for their entry into the festival. Pricing information available here.
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No. You cannot bring alcohol into the festival. We do have a bar servicing alcoholic beverages located in the Main Stage food court area.
Yes! We have three ATM machines located around the festival, one just inside the main entrance gates, another near the bar in the Kindred Main Stage area, and one just outside rides zone Kidz Karnival.
Restricted or banned items include:
Any person or persons found within the event area in the possession of any of the above items will be removed from the site.
There will be a designated 'Bubz Hub' located in the Sesame Lane Kidz Zone. Facilities include baby change facilities, comfy chairs for breastfeeding and a microwave.
More information on the KiteFest Kidz Zone here.
No. There are no cloak room facilities at Redcliffe KiteFest.
Yes. There are actually three accessible toilets spread throughout the festival grounds.
No. No matter how cute they are or how much they beg you to come, Redcliffe KiteFest has a strict no-dog or any domestic pets policy. Please leave your fur-babies and other pets at home.
Yes. However, please do not bring anything in glass.
If you've lost an item during the day at Redcliffe KiteFest, please head to the information tent behind the Main Stage. If the item is not there, we ask that you leave your phone number with staff and a description of the lost item. We often come across lost property after the event has closed for the day.
Lost property is kept by Redcliffe KiteFest staff at their Head Office at 55 Miller Street, Kippa-Ring, QLD, for a period of four weeks. Please call 07 3897 4999 post KiteFest to see if we have your lost item.
Yes! Festival patrons can leave the event and re-enter ON THE SAME DAY. The gate security guard will attach the wrist band for you.
KiteFest is a go unless we advise otherwise on the website, email or via social media.
There is little shade provided near the Kindred Main Stage area and table spaces are out in the open. Unfortunately windy conditions of the festival, make it to dangerous to have umbrellas available. There is ample shade to enjoy your lunch around the main kite display arena.
Yes. We have two locations, one down by the boat ramp and another by the top toilet block. Please visit the Information Tent behind the Kindred Main Stage if you are finding them difficult to locate.
The Pelican Park Boat Ramp will be closed prior to and during the Redcliffe KiteFest.
The Boat Ramp Closure period is: 8AM Thursday 13th June - 10PM Sunday 16th June.
There are alternative boat ramps at:
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
During the event it is anticipated there will be increased traffic around Pelican Park. For the safety of patrons, and to minimise congestion in the area, there will be changed traffic conditions along Hornibrook Esplanade, Clontarf. Queensland Police and traffic controllers will be onsite to direct motorists.
For safety and accessibility reasons temporary on-street ‘No Stopping’ restrictions will apply in surrounding streets (detailed below) from approximately 6am on Saturday, 15th June to 4pm on Sunday, 16 June 2019.
The on-street ‘No Stopping’ restrictions will apply to all motorists including residents.
Yes, there will be an exclusion zone in place at Bramble Bay during Saturday 15th June to Sunday 16th June 2019.
Exclusion Zone enforced by Coast Guard