Kilcunda Lobster Festival
The lobster festival is our annual fundraising event, held on the Kilcunda foreshore area. The 2018 event was another success despite the heat with close to 5000 people enjoying the festival throughout the course of the day. Check out the festival photos on our Gallery page.
The next festival will be held on 27th January 2019
One of the main attractions is the lobster spinning wheel. The spinning wheel generally runs between 10 am and 3 pm, with a spin occurring about every five minutes. The prize for each of the lucky ticket holders is a huge freshly cooked lobster.
The festival also has a carnival, including amusements and an animal nursery. There is a large market with many varied stalls. Food and drink is available, including lobster lunches, and music all day. This is a dog friendly event but dogs MUST be on leads and kept under control at all times and a poop pick up event!
RETURNING IN 2019
EFTPOS is available for the purchase
of lobsters & lobster or prawn lunches.
ATM available onsite
The lobster festival is a great community event and you will are certain to have a good time.
The new application form for stallholders for the 2019 festival is now available below. If you are interested in applying for a stall please ensure you read the application form PLUS the Terms & Conditions prior to applying. Please also note submitting an application does not automatically guarantee a space.
Please do not use any old or previous year forms you may have.
Stallholder inquiries should be emailed to email@example.com or phone 0401 718 216.
Please note that stallholders must have public liability insurance for the event, and that public liability insurance for qualifying non-commercial stallholders is available from the Bass Coast Shire Council for the day. An application form this insurance may also be downloaded from the link below. If you wish to apply for this insurance, you need to complete the form, make the payment to Council, and then include a copy of your form and your receipt with your stall application.