Celebrate Arnott’s 150th anniversary at family fun day

ON SUNDAY, September 13, Arnott's will be delighting Queenslanders with a Family Fun Day at its bakery at Virginia, in Brisbane.

All money raised will go towards The Arnott's Foundation to support its primary beneficiary, Camp Quality.

Highlights of the day include a journey through Arnott's 150 year history, carnival attractions and face painting.

There will be food stalls, and plenty of delicious Arnott's biscuits with the Arnott's mobile biscuit bakery baking fresh Tiny Teddy bikkies.

Australia's leading urban/pop group, Justice Crew will headline the day's live performances, and Patron of The Arnott's Foundation, Catriona Rowntree, will be host.

Arnott's will also be opening its Virginia bakery doors to the public for the first time in more than 25 years, allowing a limited number of guests to experience a tour of the iconic biscuit-making facility.

More info

  • To purchase tickets or for further information, visit www.arnottsfoundation.org.au
  • Date: Sunday, September 13, 10am-4pm at Arnott's Virginia, Newtown Street, Virginia

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