Lauren Roche from Booval Fair Shopping Centre where they will be holding an Ekka Family Fun Day this Saturday.
Lauren Roche from Booval Fair Shopping Centre where they will be holding an Ekka Family Fun Day this Saturday.

Booval Fair puts on a local show day

ROLL up roll up, and get ready for Booval Fair's free Family Fun Day with plenty of rides, activities and entertainment to get the whole family into the Ekka spirit.

The family day out will be held on Saturday, August 16 with rides and entertainment starting from 10am and continuing until 2pm.

Lauren Roche from Booval Fair said the day will be designed to provide Ipswich families with a closer alternative to the Royal Brisbane Show.

"Booval Fair hosts this day each year aiming to provide families the opportunity to have a fun-filled family day, without the price tag of the Ekka," she said.

"Come along and enjoy the fairy floss, laughing clowns, face painting, balloon artist, limited show bags and a Dora and Diego Jumping Castle.

"This is our chance to give back to our customers by providing exciting activities and opportunities to win."

All activities will be hosted inside the centre so come rain, hail or shine the Ekka Family Fun Day will be ready to entertain.

"This Saturday is all about family fun at a reasonable price," said Ms Roche.

"We'd love to see lots of families in centre having a great time together.

"With all of our activities free of charge, it means families can have a fantastic day out without breaking the bank."

Shoppers can also enter a draw to win a brand new PS4 if they spend $10 in the centre between 9am and 2pm.

With all day store specials and confectionary show bags filled with classic favourites only costing $4 each, the Ekka family fun day is set to provide families with an affordable and enjoyable day out.For more information about the Ekka Family Fun Day visit boovalfair.com.au

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