9000 free chocolate eggs for annual Easter event

The Kids in the Park annual family day just got a lot sweeter.

Burnie Park this year will again be filled with magical activities on Sunday 8 April noon until 5pm.

Deputy Mayor Sandra French said, “Cadbury has donated 9000 mini chocolate eggs to be given out on the day. Easter Bunny is going to be very busy on the day handing out all the free eggs.

“Kids in the Park, is purely a day focused on old fashioned family fun and participation. It’s a free entry event and is especially aimed at creating a magical day for children under 12. It is always great to see families enjoying our beautiful Burnie Park.”

This year children can enjoy the Easter egg hunts with special visitor Easter Bunny, circus workshops, fairy dance lessons, Mad Hatter’s tea party, giant hill slide, battle castle film set, a butterfly bubble pond, fairy craft area, face painting, jumping castles and lots of great music.

“If you are yet to experience the magic that is created each year, come along and be wowed,” Ald French said.

Find out more information about the event.

Kids in the Park is sponsored by The Advocate, Southern Cross Television, Cadbury and Reflextions Dance Studio.

For further information please contact

Libby Dobson
Communications Officer
Burnie City Council
(03) 6430 5716 or 0448 568 728

Email: ldobson@burnie.net