Kurnell, commonly known as one of the Sutherland Shire’s best kept secrets, will no longer be a secret when it welcomes people from the community and afar as it stages the brand new Kurnell Village Fair on
Sunday 29th April from 9am-4pm.

How to get there

If you are a Kurnell local, think about walking or riding your bike to the Fair. For those driving from Cronulla and beyond, the surrounding streets offer all day parking. There will be a small shuttle bus that will run from Cronulla Railway Station to Marton Park on the day from 9am. Last shuttle bus to leave Kurnell will be 4.30pm. Alternatively, Uber drivers love the trip to Kurnell!

Access and Inclusion

Kurnell Village Fair is a FREE event for all. Marton Park is a flat grassed surface. Access from Captain Cook Drive, opposite Silver Beach Road is recommended via the park driveway. Limited reserved parking is near Marton Hall, off Captain Cook Drive. Accessible toilets will be provided for the event.

The Environment

Kurnell is a significant cultural and ecological asset and the local residents and businesses work collectively to help regenerate and protect the community's natural environment. We ask that you take responsibility for your waste and dispose of properly in the proper bins or take it with you.

Bring a Hat

Marton Park has beautiful trees surrounding it's perimeter however the event area in the centre of the field will be exposed to sun all day. So bring a hat and sunscreen as it's a very rare for it to rain at this time of year 🤔 which leads us to...

What if it Rains?

In the case of inclement weather, the Kurnell Village Fair may be cancelled. An announcement will be made before the event on the website and social media platforms @kurnellvillagefair should the weather prevent this event from proceeding.


Here is a showcase of the food stalls and entertainment that will keep you busy all day long!