Snow4kids

South Bank

Kids can enjoy frosty fun in the snow without leaving Brisbane as Snow4Kids festival makes its return for its 7th year to South Bank this winter school holiday.

The beautiful Piazza will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland with more snow than ever before from June 29 to July 14th, attracting an excited crowd of children and parents.

Snow4Kids South Bank

Popular snow attractions like snowman making, snowball throwing, and tobogganing will all return this year, accompanied by the first release of a falling snow machine and new mascot Wynter, a three-meter friendly polar bear.

Snow4Kids South Bank

Alfio Bucceri, the founder of Bucceri Snow Making has brought the wonder of winter to families all around the world for over 30 years and is excited to introduce his latest snow technology to the world at Snow4Kids 2019. The Bucceri Snowfall is the newest addition to the creatives range of one of a kind snow making equipment and will be delighting kids and adults alike with real, falling snow.

Snow4Kids South Bank

In a nutshell - Visitors can expect a beautifully themed winter wonderland filled with tons of real, fresh snow, 4 toboggan runs (suitable for all ages), falling snow, the chance to make your own snowman and to throw real snowballs at a range of targets.

Need to know -  The event runs from 9:30am to 4:30pm daily from June 29 to July 14.

Snow4Kids is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Snow4Kids

South Bank Piazza

Little Stanley St

cnr Glenelg St

South Bank

Jun 29-Jul 14 9.30-4.30

$21*

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South Bank Piazza

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