Kite festival coming to Wollongong during July school holidays

Desiree Savage
Updated June 29 2023 - 1:27pm, first published June 27 2023 - 5:00pm
Around 250 people turned out to the recent Kite Festival in Newcastle in March - including Lucilara Guimaraes and Aga Kumorkiewicz, plus children kids Mia, 4, and Paul, 4. Picture by Max Mason-Hubers.
Around 250 people turned out to the recent Kite Festival in Newcastle in March - including Lucilara Guimaraes and Aga Kumorkiewicz, plus children kids Mia, 4, and Paul, 4. Picture by Max Mason-Hubers.

A new kite-flying festival is zooming into Wollongong for the first time on July 9 after success in Hobart, Brisbane, Newcastle and other cities.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

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