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Easter in Melbourne

 

Keep the kids entertained this Easter in Melbourne with fun activities perfect for the whole family! Simply hop on a tram or head into the city on foot to enjoy these great city events when you stay with us.

Fitzroy Gardens Easter Egg Hunt 
Bundle up the kids and hop on a tram to the top of the city for an Easter Egg Hunt in the Fitzroy Gardens. Held at Captain Cook’s Cottage, kids can search for Easter goodies in the Dolphin Fountain and through Sinclairs’ Cottage while the Easter Bunny joins  the fun.
Friday 29th 9:30-4pm at Captain Cook’s Cottage, Free

Peter Rabbit at Dymocks City Store
Meet one of the most popular rabbits in children’s literature at Dymocks Bookstore this Easter! Peter Rabbit will meet and greet kids alongside a range of entertaining Easter activities including storytelling, games, craft activities and an Easter Egg Hunt.
Sun 24th 10am at Dymocks  City Store, Free

Easter Bunny at Queen Vic Market
Get a helping hand with your Easter shopping from the Easter Bunny at the Queen Victoria Market this Easter. Handing out chocolate eggs and entertaining shoppers the Easter Bunny will be wandering the market all day so stop by and say hello!
Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th, Thursday 28th, Saturday 30th 10am-1pm, Free

Easter Breakfast at Melbourne Aquarium
Celebrate Easter with a splash with breakfast for the whole family at the Melbourne Aquarium! Perfect for all ages, enjoy a delicious breakfast, art and craft activities and of course chocolate eggs followed by all day access to the Aquarium.
Sunday 31st, 8:30-9:30

Sweets From Many Cultures at the Immigration Museum
Discover how different Victorian communities use sweet foods in their cultures at the Immigration Museum this Easter. Learn about the history and cultural significance of sweet foods from Indian, Italian, Japanese, Mauritian and Turkish cultures and how it is used across all to mark important rituals, celebrations and life events.
Friday 29th, Saturday 30th, Sunday, 31st, Monday 1st, 10am-5pm