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Easter in Nature 2023

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Easter in Australia - the weather is getting cooler, leaves are starting to turn colour, and the animals are preparing for the colder seasons.

This long weekend, we invite families to celebrate Australia's native plants and animals in this fun-filled and educational program for kids aged between 4 and 10 years. Together with parents, children will be introduced to our local flora and fauna through stories, nature based games, and art projects. 

Together with our experienced education team, children will roam through the park, follow trail maps, meet some of our wild inhabitants and connect with the natural world. 

This 1-hour program will open your kids’ eyes to the beautiful outdoors.

Please note: This is not a traditional chocolate egg hunt. Hiding chocolate eggs in the park has an environmental impact on our flora and fauna.

Tickets include: 

Participation for 1 child and 1 carer


Hear how the turtle found her lost egg and discover what you can do to protect our freshwater turtles.

Native Australian Animal "Egg Hunt"

Help our Aussie egg-laying animals find their missing eggs. Follow the animal tracks and match the right egg with the animal.

Hungry Goanna Game

Work together to sneakily save the eggs from being lunch before Goanna sees you!

Craft time

Design your own Aussie animals with clay and loose parts! 

Do not attend our programs, if

  • You show any COVID-19 symptoms or feel unwell
  • You have returned a positive Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) or Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test
  • You have been asked to self-isolate

Please follow the NSW Health COVID-19 testing and self-isolating Health Order advice. We will refund your ticket if you or your child are not able to attend due to any of the above reasons.

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