Family Fun at Cartoon Carnival
The Blythedale Coastal Adventure Market is set on the pristine North Coast in Blythedale and boasts some of the most breathtaking views, coupled with an indigenous forest surrounding and crystal blue oceans on its doorstep. Markets are taking place monthly, with a different twist every time. There’s a strong focus on family, and kids will have plenty of fun on the waterslides and inflatables, and this month interacting with their favourite cartoon characters.
Imagine a place where Dora the Explorer went on an adventure with the Paw Patrol, where Barney got to teach Peppa Pig, and Mickey and Minnie vacation on the beach. Bring the kids to meet their favourite characters at the next Blythedale Coastal Adventure Market. Also visiting will be Elsa and Olaf from Frozen, Winnie the Pooh and Spongebob Squarepants. Parents can enjoy their choice of beverage(s) at our new and improved Beach Bar.
What: Blythedale Coastal Adventure Market presents Cartoon Carnival 2019
When: Sunday 6 October | 9:00 – 16:00
Where: Blythedale Coastal Estate
The market continues to be like no other KZN has seen before. The concept pairs adventure activities with local vendors, creating a unique market blend. Over 65 vendors have signed up for October’s offering. This includes the best artisanal food, clothing and crafts the North Coast has to offer. Guests will be spoilt for choice, with many unique food stalls supplying a whole host of exotic scents and fanciful flavours to whet the appetite. A new feature down by the Beach Bar is the introduction of Grumpy’s Beach Bar, serving fish and chips, prawn skewers, and braai packs with sides. From the 6th of October, Grumpy’s Beach Bar will be open for lunch every Sunday.
Entertainment is a key part of this adventure market, and we have interesting artists displaying their musical talent on the first Sunday of every month. For October’s market, popular duo the Tequila Twins will provide contemporary adult musical entertainment, in a fun and relaxing setting. The market, as always, remains free to enter.