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Top 5 Egg-citing Easter Activities for Families in the Hunter Valley in 2023.

Easter is a time for family to come together and enjoy each other's company while participating in fun activities. If you're planning to spend Easter in the Hunter Valley, there are plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy.

Shrubs mocktails at Glen Eden Cottages, Broke.

  1. Easter Egg Hunts Easter egg hunts are a classic tradition that both children and adults can enjoy. Hunter Valley Gardens offers the best option with a ticket at $2 after purchasing your Mega Creatures tickets. It's a great opportunity to appreciate the beautiful garden scenery while enjoying some sweet treats. Children can enjoy a special Easter Egg Hunt on Friday 7, Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 April.

  2. Family Picnics The Hunter Valley is full of picturesque picnic spots, perfect for a relaxing family day out. Pick up some local produce, cheese, and wine, and head to a vineyard or park for a picnic with stunning views. Our favourite spot is at Tyrrell's, it is free and you can book a tasting before or after your picnic when the kids are running around outside.

  3. Wildlife Parks Visit Hunter Valley Zoo to see and interact with native Australian animals, including kangaroos, koalas, and wallabies. The park is open all year round and offers Easter-themed activities like animal encounters, animal shows, and a scavenger hunt. It's a great way to get up close and personal with some of Australia's most iconic wildlife.

  4. Private Wine Tasting Experience End your day of family fun by booking a wine tasting experience with Stay n' Sip in your accommodation. We offer a variety of packages, including non-alcoholic mocktail options for the kids, so everyone can enjoy the experience and wine games.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your Easter family getaway in the Hunter Valley today and get ready for a memorable holiday filled with fun and relaxation.

Easter egg hunt at Krinklewood Estate.

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