What: Arrive at 9am for an egg hunt among all of the inflatables and then the kids can enjoy 2 hours of play to bounce and jump afterwards.
Where: Action Indoor Sports, 7a Gundah Road,
Cost: $18 and this price includes the admission to the centre to play as well. Spectating parents are free of charge. Tickets are only available via reception now, no longer online.
What: Come on Good Friday, Easter Saturday or Easter Sunday for one of 3 Easter Egg hunts held each morning, including the special aqua hunts on Sunday where kids dive into the water at Watsons Bay to hunt for plastic eggs, in different colours which match chocolate prizes.
Where: 1 Military Rd, Watsons Bay. Egg hunts are in the Beach Club area.
Cost: Free but registration is essential. The hunt on Good Friday is fully booked but there are other activities happening, such as the Easter Olympics and a visit from the Easter Bunny.
More Info:Register Online
What: If you're planning to take kids to see a movie on the long weekend, Event Cinemas at George St are holding a pre-show Easter egg hunt before the first sessions of The Lego Movie 2, Dumbo and Wonder Park, from Good Friday until Easter Monday.
Where: George St, Sydney CBD.
Cost: The cost of the ticket includes egg hunt entry.
More Info:Book Tickets
What: Go on an Easter Quest in Centennial Park following a trail map, while learning about different Easter customs from all around the world. At the end of the trail, the Easter Bunny will be waiting, so Mum and dad can take photos and they receive chocolate treats.
When: Where: Centennial Park, starting at the Wild Play Discovery Centre. All day Saturday and Sunday - session times are available from 9am to 3:30pm. Some are already sold out so book in quickly!
What: Children use a trail map to complete fun challenges, and hunt for their furry Easter friend. Children are handed chocolate eggs on the completion of each activity. The trail takes 30 to 45 minutes to complete and they can then move around the beautiful gardens between five different Easter activities.
Where: Royal Botanic Gardens, all day Saturday and Sunday - session times are staggered from 10am to 3:15pm.
Cost: $18. Adults are free when accompanying a child with a paid ticket.
More Info: Book Tickets
What: Northern Beaches kids can search for 10,000 Easter eggs that will hidden by the lake at Narrabeen, with different hunts for kids of different ages. After that they can jump on the giant 45 metre jumping castle and have a sausage sizzle.
Where: Lakeside Park, Narrabeen.
What: Have a super fun and sugary time finding the thousands of Easter eggs hidden all over the beautiful Grounds of Alexandria. There's also the giant Easter egg cracking happening on Sunday the 21st.
Where: 2 Huntley St, Alexandria
Cost: The Grounds charge a small ticket fee for the hunt with all proceeds going to charity.
What: Kids will be entertained all day on Easter Sunday with an egg hunt for kids of all ages at 12.30pm on the bowling green, plus Easter themed face painting, a visit from a furry friend at midday, and a petting zoo with lots of real bunnies to cuddle.
Where: 50 Ridge Street, North Sydney.
What: Kicking off from midday, kids can enjoy art and crafts, a petting zoo, jumping castle, rides and join in the famous hot cross bun eating competition at 2pm before the Easter Egg Hunt finale at 3pm.
Where: 123 Mulgoa Road, Penrith.
Cost: Free, except for ride tickets.
What: An Easter activity trail hunt, as well as games and the Easter Bonnet Parade. Kids receive chocolate treats when they complete the trail.
Where: The Australian Botanic Gardens at Mount Annan, starting at the Lakeside Lawn at 9am.
Cost: Tickets for the egg hunt trail are $17.70 and include a photo with the Easter Bunny, but all the other activities are free.
More Info:Book Tickets
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