Take your little bunnies out to these amazing events this Easter.
Easter is such a wonderful time of the year. It’s a time where family come together to celebrate beliefs and values they hold dear. Not to mention, it is a time where the whole family get four days off work and school commitments (if you’re lucky).
Although, four days can seem like a long time to have the kids at home, running around the house, eating all their Easter eggs. We have found some Easter activities to take the whole family to, which will help to keep your house clean, and the kid's Easter egg stash plentiful.
Stalls galore! There is plenty to see and buy over the Easter long weekend at Meadows Easter Fair. The stalls consist of fresh produce, ornaments and hand-made items, books, tools, flowers and plants, as well as plenty of food and drink stalls.
When: All Easter long-weekend (30 March- 2 April), 9:00am- 4:00pm.
Where: Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide 5000.
Cost: General Admission (16 years) $14 Child General Admission (2- 15 years) $9 Family Pass (2xGA 2x Child) $40
There are also Sensory Sessions available in GA, Child, and Family passes
c/o Melba’s Chocolates
3. Melba’s Easter Weekend Come and enjoy a free day at Melba’s Chocolates this Easter. There will be plenty to see and do, including Live Giant Chocolate Sculpting by Silvio Apponyi, face painting, and a colour-in competition. Stay and enjoy lunch on the lawn and check out their chocolate factory.
When: All Easter long-weekend (30 March- 2 April), 9:00am- 4:30pm.
Where: Melba’s Chocolates, 22 Henry Street, Woodside 5244
This is a free event, held annually over the Easter long-weekend. Come and watch the colourful kites soar on the beautiful Semaphore Beach, and while you’re there, have a wander around the many stalls that will be at the festival. The stalls will boast a variety of food options, as well as handmade pieces, craft, and of course, kites.
When: Saturday 31 March- Monday 2 April, 11:00am- 5:00pm.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical production, The Wizard of Oz is coming to Adelaide this Easter. Enjoy singing to the classics, like ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’, and ‘Follow The Yellow Brick Road’ while you reminisce about watching The Wizard of Oz when you were a child. The first show starts on Sunday 1 April, and runs for four weeks in Adelaide. You can buy tickets here, but be quick, they won’t last long.
When: Sunday 1 April- Sunday 29 April.
Where: Adelaide Festival Centre, King William Street, Adelaide 5000.
The Adelaide Mums Crochet Club meets fortnightly to learn crochet, meet other Adelaide mums, and have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along!