Are you not quite sure of your Sydney Easter plans with the family? You’re not alone. Every year thousands of families ask the same question.
The great news is there’s plenty of options for how you want to spend the long weekend Sydney for Easter.
If you don’t have a set of wheels for the holiday, start with snapping up one of DriveNow’s cheap car hire deals from Sydney Airport. Only then can you begin Sydney Easter celebrations.
The annual Easter Markets
The Grounds of Alexandria made headlines for featuring Australia’s largest chocolate egg, which gets smashed up and shared on Easter Sunday. The 3 m high, 300 kg chocolate Easter egg is why so many families come back year after year. But the venue also attracts people from all walks of life with its magical Easter Markets over the long weekend. See storybook characters roam around and browse different pop up stalls, many which feature delicious food.
The Great Centennial Park Egg Hunt
Make the journey to central Sydney to see the city’s largest Easter egg hunt in action! More than 1,000 children jumped on board the adventure last year, and plenty more are expected to return. The egg hunt is full of surprises and challenges, all of which are rewarded with chocolate! The hunt takes just over half an hour to complete, making it an easy and enjoyable time out with the family. You just need a map to help navigate the route, which costs $17.50.
The Australian Museum Egg Hunt
Take your family to the galleries of the Australian Museum to begin the search for Aussie animals and their eggs. All you need is a trail map and a love for adventure. Along the way, the kids will learn about the different animals, such as snakes, dinosaurs and even insects, that lay eggs. Not only will you get to eat your very own chocolate bilby, but you’ll get to witness real ones too! The hunt runs every half hour on Easter Saturday and Sunday, at a cost of $15 each.
Sydney Royal Easter Show
From late March to early April, thousands of people flock to the famous Sydney Royal Easter Show. It’s a perfect fit for people of all ages. You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to showbags, scoffing delicious food and cuddling farm animals. Expect highly competitive agricultural and art and craft competitions, which attract a large and enthusiastic audience. You can’t miss this milestone event in the Sydney Easter calendar.