Easter in the Park!

The Easter Bunny is coming to Kuranda’s Easter in the Park!

Kuranda is set for another fantastic Easter long weekend with Kuranda’s annual Easter in the Park celebration!

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Kuranda’s Easter in the Park and that is cause for another great family fun celebration!

Saturday the 20th of April 2019 bring your friends, children, parents, grandparents, long-lost cousins and not-so-lost cousins to Centenary Park in Kuranda Village for a great day out.

Not only are there of hidden chocolate eggs waiting for you to uncover them, there is also a stack of fun activities.

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Get your face painted, bounce on the jumping castles, learn impressive circus skills and discover how candy is made.

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Enjoy a horse-and-carriage ride, check out the market stalls, take part in a range of kids games and get creative with the arts and crafts.

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Be inspired by the Kuranda Mayi-Wanba dancers and don’t forget to compete in the egg-and-spoon race to see which one of your family becomes the ultimate Kuranda egg-and-spoon race champion!

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Hosted by the Mareeba Shire Council, Kuranda Easter in the Park is a free event that runs from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

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Plan your day around the huge number of awesome Easter activities and events!

10:00am The Magic Show in Centenary Park
11:00am Easter Bunny Egg Hunt at the Kuranda Heritage Markets
11:30am Kids Circus Workshop in Centenary park
11:45am The Kuranda Candy Kitchen Candy Making Demonstration (at 21 Coondoo Street)
1:00pm Mayi-Wunba Aboriginal Dancing show in Centenary Park
1:30pm Easter Bunny Meet and Greet – Easter eggs for every child!
1:45pm The Kuranda Candy Kitchen Candy Making Demonstration (at 21 Coondoo Street)
2:00pm The Kuranda Egg & Spoon Race

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Complete your ultimate family fun day by booking a round trip Skyrail experience. Enjoy the Easter celebrations, find even more great things to do in Kuranda and discover #TheAncientRainforest of Tropical North Queensland!

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