It’s not only the kites going up at the Harden Kite Festival, visitor numbers are increasing as well.
You may not have realised, but for the past two years, event organisers have engaged a market researcher to survey visitors to the festival.
There were 3860 attendees last year, up from 2581 in 2016. The Hilltops region consistently supports the event – making up 60 per cent of visitor numbers – with the remainder of attendees coming from ACT, Cootamundra, Sydney and many places in between. The good news is that 97 per cent of visitors indicated they would be likely to return.
This year’s event theme – Colour, Kites & Culture – will definitely not disappoint.
There will be more quality food vendors supplying foods of the world, as well as more rides, entertainment and activities.
The all-day ride pass will return, providing up to six hours of fun for only $10 per person.
Save the date for this year’s festival: it’s on Saturday, October 13 from 10am to 4pm.