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3 Apr 2019

Egg-cellent fun for families across Sydney

The Easter Bunny has Sydney covered this Easter long weekend – hopping from harbourside fun at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, to an all-Aussie adventure at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan in South-West Sydney.

For families in the city, Inner West, and the North Shore, Sydney’s most beautiful Egg Hunt, The Great Garden Egg Hunt, will return on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April 2019 to the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.

The family favourite event sees children journey through beautiful harbourside lawns and gardens to complete Easter puzzles and challenges and claim delicious prizes, while learning about the plants and seeds of the Garden along the way.

At the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan Western Sydney’s biggest Easter Egg Hunt returns on Monday 22 April as part of a whole day of Aussie Easter fun. Alongside The Great ABG Egg Hunt, craft markets, food carts, Australian animals and a nature-inspired bonnet parade will keep everyone entertained.

Egg Hunt tickets include a fantastic nature-inspired activity trail, delicious Dairy Milk Easter eggs thanks to Cadbury, and a photo with the Easter Bunny in a beautiful natural setting.

Tickets to The Great Garden Egg Hunt and The Great ABG Egg Hunt are now on sale and families are encouraged to book in early to secure their preferred timeslot.

Plus, to get egg-cited about Easter over the school holidays, the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney’s school holiday program Garden Grubs will be digging into all things Easter on Thursday 18 April.

Or. book into the Easter Bunny’s Workshop and create nature-inspired Easter crafts, taking place on Sunday 7 April at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan.

Our egg-ventures are all about families spending time with each other and taking in the great outdoors. The hunts and activities promote learning, socialising and playing so it’s less about lollies and more about laughs. To protect the wildlife that call these green spaces home, our Education Officers hand out treats at the Easter events to ensure no chocolate is left behind!

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