Following a long-standing Good Friday tradition, Contentious Character winery is doing Good Friday fish and chips! Choose from beer battered flathead with hand cut chips, salt and native pepperberry squid and garlic aioli, roast barramundi with fresh tomato salsa and the classic 70’s favourite, prawn cocktail. The additional option of adding bubbles and oysters or a wine tasting to kick off the day is also available.
Then on Easter Sunday join them for a relaxing lunch for mum and dad while the kiddies run wild with an egg hunt around the vineyard, followed by pizza, pasta or fish and chips for lunch.
Take the whole family and experience a fun-filled morning at First Edition’s Peter Rabbit High Tea on Friday April 9. Along with tasty high tea treats there will be morning entertainment, face painting, balloon animals, an easter egg hunt, themed music and craft. All happening while parents can kick back and relax in the bar.
Set amongst beautiful views of Canberra at QT’s 15th floor Lounge, join them for an Easter dining experience. Featuring a beautiful array of dishes including dark chocolate hot cross buns, pretzel rubens, tiramisu cannoli and a glass of champagne on arrival, this is decadence at its best.
Or, if you’re thinking about being a host for your families annual Easter lunch, but not much of a chef, let QT’s at home experience do all the hard work for you. Putting together an amazing spread of dishes including crab cakes, salmon blinis, dark chocolate hot cross buns and white chocolate and raspberry scones for you to pick up.
The Easter Bunny is returning to Corin Forest between April 2-5 and will be leaving little treats around the park for you to find.
Prep your kids for MasterChef Junior and bring them to the Canberra Centre’s make-your-own rocky road workshop on Saturday 27 March from 11am. Don’t forget the Easter Bunny will also be hopping around the centre and giving out special treats from Monday 29 to Wednesday 31 March, and Saturday 3 to Sunday 4 April.
Screening two films to celebrate the Easter season, join Palace Cinemas for an Exhibition on Screen: Easter in Art or Peter Rabbit 2.