Enjoy Easter in the Park at Kuranda
Easter is here again, and what better way to celebrate it than by having fun with the family in an idyllic setting?
Easter in the Park is an annual celebration held at Kuranda, the Village in the Rainforest, and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever. This FREE event is being held at Kuranda’s Centenary Park on Easter Saturday, April 15th, from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m., with a wide variety of entertainment for the whole family.
Catch the Golden Egg
One of the highlights of the Far North Queensland calendar, Easter in the Park features the famous Easter Egg Drop, which sees the Easter Bunny dropping a total of 14,000 Easter eggs down onto the community of Kuranda! An egg drop takes place every hour during the event. As the eggs rain down, one lucky person will catch the Golden Egg to win a mystery Kuranda prizewinner’s package!
Kids aged five and under will have the chance to meet the Easter Bunny in person! They can have their picture taken with him before receiving their own personal bag of Easter eggs. Kids of all ages will love taking part in the face painting and races, and there are jumping castles for different age groups.
Entertainment for the Whole Family
Easter in the Park isn’t just about the kids. There’ll be live music, Aboriginal dance performances and candy making demonstrations at various venues throughout the village. There will also be top performers from Dream State Circus to impress you with their incredible skills!
While you’re joining in the fun, you’ll also have the chance to learn more about Kuranda’s ecology, conservation projects and arts co-op at the various stalls at the event, which are bound to inspire you to explore the area further.
Explore the Village in the Rainforest
Kuranda is a small village located in the heart of the World Heritage rainforest. It welcomes plenty of visitors into its close-knit community each year and has become well-known for its thriving arts and crafts industry and vibrant markets, which operate every day. Visitors are drawn here from a wide area and always receive a friendly welcome.
Many choose to take the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway to make the journey into Kuranda, taking in the stunning rainforest scenery from an ideal vantage point above the trees. Others prefer to travel through the lush vegetation via the Kuranda Scenic Rail.
Kuranda is a wonderful place to celebrate this Easter, but this tiny village has plenty to offer all year round. Down Under Tours offers a wide variety of different ways to explore this beautiful part of the world and discover the vast array of native wildlife that makes its home in the rainforest. Call +617 4047 9097 or click here for further details.
Easter in the Park takes place at Centenary Park, Kuranda, on Saturday 15th April 2017, from 10.00am until 4.00pm, with Easter egg drops on the hour every hour.
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