Centennial Park - Easter Egg Hunt 2018, 9am to 2.15pm, $17.70
The great CP Egg Hunt has sold out but we still have some spaces available at the Royal Botanical Gardens, head over to the website: https://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/egg-hunt
The Easter Bunny is returning to Centennial Park this Easter! Follow a trail map around the garden to complete challenges on this super fun Easter quest and be rewarded with chocolate! Get your children outside and active whilst engaging in good old-fashioned fun. Activities are egg or bunny related such as an egg and spoon race, egg hunt, and so on. There will be a family photo opportunity at the end with the Easter Bunny -so bring your camera!
Age: Suitable for children aged 4-8 years, children must be accompanied by an adult.
Meeting Point: The WILD PLAY Discovery Centre
Price: $17.70 (includes GST and booking fees). Cost of ticket includes trail map for activity stations and chocolate. Only children with a ticket will receive a trail map and chocolate. Adults do not need to purchase tickets if they are accompanying children with a paid ticket/s.
Cancellation policy: Once tickets are purchased no refunds, exchange or credits will be given, unless the event is cancelled by the Parklands due to dangerous conditions.
Wet Weather policy: This event goes ahead in wet weather, so please come prepared with wet weather gear. The event will only be cancelled if inclement weather is dangerous i.e. high winds or lightning. An email informing of cancellation will be sent to the email supplied at the time of booking, at least 1 hour before the event start time.
When: Saturday 31 March and Sunday 1 April 2018; Between 9am and 2.15pm (choose start time - 45mins to complete)
Age: All ages, must have adult supervision.
Cost: $17.70 purchase online tickets here
Where: The WILD PLAY Discovery Centre, Dickens Drive, Centennial Park, NSW 2021
Parking: In Centennial Park
- always park in designated parking areas - front first along Grand Drive's parking bays
- be aware of the timed parking zones at specific points, particularly around main entry gates
- always be aware of pedestrians, cyclists, horses and dogs - and especially the presence of small children
- never park - or even stop temporarily - in the cycle lane on the left side of Grand Drive
- be aware that Banksia Way - adjacent to Centennial Parklands Dining - is now a shared zone with no general visitor parking available