Wednesday 13 October 2010

Dragons and Fairies

This blog is essentially my diary - I do try and make it interesting for readers but sometimes I just indulge myself.

Here are our pictures from our day out at the Kings Park Wild Fairyland Festival.  The weather looked a bit ominous in the morning but we had been looking forward to this event so we braved it.  We were so glad we did - the rain stayed away till the very end and the sun shone.  All the beauty of the park was made even more special with the bright colours of the costumes and so many fun things to do.

It started with 'The great pram stroll' a 1km walk through the native bushland

Noah seems a little bit dubious of these fairies 

Help somebody save me I'm a princess locked int he castle

Making 'beautiful' music 

Fairies with violins

Watch out Mum there's a fairy behind you

Pirate Ship shenanigans


The rain started just as we were heading to the car

I've included below the official blurb from the website - if you're in Perth put it in your diary for next year it's a lovely day out and it's all free.

Peter Pan and Tinkerbell invite all of Perth’s little fairies, pixies and pirates to the biggest Fairyland Party of the year!
Come dressed up, starting the day with the Great Pram Stroll at 9.45 am from May Drive in Kings Park, near Marri Walk, along an enchanted 1 km bushland trail to Fairyland, where and upon arrival you will be granted wishes by the Fairy Queen.
Kids will be mesmerized by as the tale of Peter Pan and Tinkerbell is brought to life with silk performers from Danger-rus and friends flying through Never Never Land.
They’ll be able to join the hula hooping pixies at the Eco Faerie village, try out bush craft fun and be transformed into an eco faerie. For the more adventurous, see Captain Hook’s dare devil spectacle including sword balancing, contortionism and the hilarious teddy bear illusion aboard the ‘Black Toenail’ pirate ship.
Enjoy the talent of the WA Youth Ballet who will also put on an enchanting performance for the children, who can then become a fairy ballerina in an interactive workshop. Young children will love this jam-packed event with magicians and magic shows, balloon modelling, wand making, maypole dancing and pony rides.

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