Updated: Feb 5
Colour Frenzy Brings Joy and Funds to Animal Rescue Services in Australia.
Colour Frenzy, a traveling event that raises funds for local animal rescue services, recently visited Bonython Park in Adelaide on Sunday, November the 11th. The team brought a fun-filled and energetic atmosphere to the park, and the event was designed to be disability-friendly, attracting many participants from the special needs community.
Upon arrival, patrons were greeted by a well-stocked merchandise stand and a variety of local vendors, offering everything from temporary tattoos to natural ice-cream and shakes, and even a classic Aussie sausage sizzle. The event kicked off with dad jokes and dancing, with prizes awarded for the worst jokes and most enthusiastic dancers.
Participants and their furry friends then hit the first of five colour stations, manned by helpful volunteers. The stations offered pink, blue, purple, yellow, and green powders, along with inflatable obstacles and a massive foam trench, which proved to be a hit with all ages. After completing the course, participants' once-white t-shirts were transformed into a rainbow of colours, with foam remnants adding to the fun.
The day was rounded off with medals presented to all participants, and the environmentally-friendly colour powder and foam left no trace or impact on the park. If you are interested in hosting Colour Frenzy at your school or have any other inquiries, you can contact them through their website, Facebook, or Instagram.