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Brisbane’s largest Easter Egg Hunt will return this year in Everton Park



The Easter Bunny will arrive early this year

The local annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Teralba Park Everton Park on April 14th.  


With over 60,000 Easter eggs to be given away organisers are expecting a bigger crowd than last year when 5000 people attended.


As well as the Easter Bunny arriving and the famous Easter Egg hunt, activities will include, egg and spoon races, sack races, soccer and cricket matches.  All ages are welcome.


Over 30 local community groups will also be involved adding to the festival atmosphere.  Stalls will sell food and drinks and of course there will be heaps of free Easter Eggs for the kids.


The annual Easter Egg hunt was the brainchild of Madeleine Hicks from Madeleine Hicks Real Estate.  With the event now being run in conjunction with Tim Mander, State Member for Everton.  A day filled with family activities is guaranteed.


Madeleine Hicks said “it is so wonderful to see an event first attended by dozens of people, ten years ago, now grow into Brisbane’s largest community Easter Egg Hunt”.


You can join in the fun on April 14 at Teralba Park Everton Park, with activities starting from 9.00 am.  For more details visit madeleinehicks.com.au/easter-egg-hunt