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C&G’s Guide To Having A Hoppy Bayside Easter
Chocolate-coated faces, missing bunny tails and hot cross bun tummy aches - it’s the Easter long weekend everyone! With C&G predicting loads of fun activities happening in Bayside this long weekend, we unpack the best Easter egg treasure hunts, events and celebrations for the whole family to enjoy. Here’s to a hoppy long weekend!
1. The Espy - St Kilda
Famous for nights dancing to aussie local bands and throwing back bevies after the footy – you’d be surprised to know The Espy puts on an eventful school holiday program. This Thursday, The Espy is hosting a kids comedy and Easter egg hunt kicking off from 10am. Whether you fancy a game of giant-sized Jenga or have your face-painted as a clever lil’ bunny, hang around for a kid-friendly brunch.
2. Cranbourne Turf Club – Cranbourne
The Melbourne Easter Show at Cranbourne Turf Club brings an Easter-themed carnival to Bayside for the whole long weekend (19-22 April 10am - 9pm daily). Expect a fun-filled day (or days!) of children’s activities, roving carnival entertainers, amusement rides and rollercoasters, a 4-day Easter egg hunt with 50,000 choccy eggs, monster truck battles and much more. Just forget a showbag on the way home!
3. Rippon Lea House & Garden – Elsternwick
For an Easter egg hunt worthy of high-tea and scones afterwards, Rippon Lea House & Garden are hosting their annual egg hunt event. Bring the family, pack a picnic and relax on the grounds of this historic manor. With fairground rides, bouncy castles and the mansion open to explore – you’ll even get to the change to meet some Easter bunnies throughout the day. Remember to buy tickets prior.
4. Luna Park – St Kilda
If you’re more a ‘go big or go home’ person, you wouldn’t give up to chance to attend the Great Luna Park Easter Egg Hunt. A classic Bayside event you can expect over 30,000 Chocolatier eggs hidden in the park over both Saturday and Sunday from 12:30am – 3:15pm. The hunt is free when your buy unlimited ride tickets. You’ll be left with egg on your face – if you don’t attend!
5. The Big Goose – Mornington Peninsula
Not attending The Big Goose Easter Scramble will make you feel like a big Goose. Located at the Mornington Peninsula, this is where Bayside kids go egg hunting from the 19-22 April. With unicorn rides, face painting and Easter activities, if you find the special golden egg expect a surprise prize. Plus, the Easter bunny is set to make an appearance.
From the expert real estate team at Chisholm & Gamon, we wish all our Bayside clients a hoppy and safe Easter break. We’ll be back in the office on 23 Tuesday April.