Sunday 25th October 2020
Proudly brought to you by Jan Juc Preschool
Sunday 25th October 2020
10am – 2pm
Fisherman’s Beach Foreshore
(corner Darian Road and The Esplanade)
Food and Beverages 

Thank you to the following vendors who helped serve up delicious food and drinks at the 2019 Surf Coast Kite Festival:

Single use, disposable water bottles will not be available at the festival. Instead, visitors will be able to access fresh water at the Barwon Water Hydration Station so please remember your reusable bottle.

Frequently asked questions

Will the festival go ahead if it's raining?

Based on past records, we anticipate the time of year to be sunny and warm with some wind. In the event of bad weather, we expect to run a modified program. Check our Facebook or Instagram pages on the day for updates.

Is it free to attend the festival?

Yes, entry to the festival along with most of the activities and entertainment is FREE! There will be a few activities that require a gold coin donation or small fee.

Will there be food and drinks available?

Yes, see the full list above.

We will also have a Barwon Water Hydration Station on site, so bring your own refillable water bottle.


The Surf Coast Kite Festival is a fun, free community event and fundraiser for Jan Juc Preschool.

It is the philosophy of Jan Juc Preschool that children be encouraged to learn and grow through a play-based curriculum that reflects the individual and unique nature of every child. The Surf Coast Kite Festival was an idea born out of this philosophy, to create an outdoor event that everyone – young and old – could enjoy.

The Surf Coast Kite Festival is a “plastic wise” event. This is an event committed to reducing or eliminating single-use plastic, reusing event materials and promoting the use of reusable bags and water bottles.

Learn more about the Surf Coast Shire Council Plastic Wise Program here.

The festival’s aim is to be a zero-landfill waste event and focus as much as possible on compostable solutions. Thanks to the amazing team at B-Alternative, there will be “Bin Fairies” positioned at each waste station on the day to help Festival goers choose the correct bin to dispose of their rubbish. This will serve the purpose of educating patrons, controlling waste at the Festival and ensuring cross-contamination of waste does not occur.

We encourage all Festival visitors to bring their own drink bottle and resusable coffee cup and other utensils where possible. All food and beverage vendors at the Festival have committed to supplying their fare in compostable or recyclable packaging.

The festival has also pledged to “blow bubbles not balloons” and is registered with Zoos Victoria as a supporter of their “When balloons fly, seabirds die” campaign.

Thank you to our wonderful 2019 sponsors

This Children’s Week activity is presented by Great Ocean Road Coast Committee Incorporated in partnership with the Victorian Government.
Thank you also to Torquay Farmers Market for the use of their marquees on the day and B-Alternative for their assistance in aiming to make this a zero-landfil event.