What to Do this Long Weekend for Easter in Sydney

What to Do this Long Weekend for Easter in Sydney

Here’s what’s happening in Sydney for Easter.

If you have no plans, and are looking for something to do this Easter long weekend, we’ve tracked down six fun events, to help keep you occupied and entertained the Easter break with family and friends.

Easter Egg Cracking at The Grounds of Alexandria

Every year, the grounds puts on quiet the show for Easter, with an easter inspired menu, Easter egg hunt throughout the gardens, and then their is massive chocolate Easter egg cracking event, where everyone gets a crack at breaking open a giant (and we mean giant) chocolate Easter egg.

Tickets for anyone wanting to crack the egg open are sold out – however, you can still attend the event to watch the fabulous egg cracking, as there will also be live music, plenty of great food to eat and other fun activities.

The Grounds are hosting their Easter egg hunt on Friday 29th March at 8.30am – tickets are still available for $17.

The Royal Easter Show – Tickets start from $45pp

Of course, we can’t not mention Sydney’s iconic Royal Easter Show held every Easter.

Whether you love rides (or hate them), love seeing farm animals, and interacting with them. Showjumping, wood chopping, obsessed with live show bags, or arts and crafts. Or maybe you’re just looking for a fun day out to see an interesting show or two.

The Royal Easter Show caters for all favours. Make sure to stay to the end of the night, to see the great show of horsemanship as they our best riders pout on a show which is then followed by car racing and fireworks.

Chocolate High Tea at Raddison Blue RRP $75

Available from March 29th to April 28th, this whimsical high tea of all things chocolate, which is also available in gluten free and vegan, is a fun way to celebrate Easter with friends and family.

Located at the iconic and historic Wales house building, it’s the perfect setting for High Tea.

Historic Chinatown Tour

An interesting activity for the long weekend.

The tour is free, and suitable for all ages, and is a great way to learn about the history of Sydney’s Chinatown.

Starting on the steps of the Chinese Garden of Friendship in Darling Harbour, the tour will then move through Chinatown and finish in Haymarket.

Easter Egg Hunt in Elizabeth Bay

This is a free event and open to anyone who wants to volunteer in hiding the eggs for people to find (at around 7am), or for anyone wanting to be on the hunt for the eggs around Beare Park (which kicks off at 8am).

Hosted by the Rotary Club of Kings Cross, the idea is for all ages to come and have some fun.

The event will be held on Saturday 30th March.

Bondi Aboriginal Walking Tours

Take a walk around Bondi and learn about all the Aboriginal history.

This is a free tour, and hosted by the Walangari people of Bondi.

Learn about the history of Bondi, from its pre-historical geological formation and how the Aboriginal people used its bountiful resources, to its place today as one of the world’s most iconic beach.

Easter Lunch at the Fours Seasons RRP $160

For something a little more extravagant, enjoy a culinary adventure at Mode Kitchen & Bar at the Four Seasons, and treat your special someone to a 3-course lunch.

The mains include Easter Wood-Baked Vegetarian Lasagna, Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder, and Grilled Jumbo King Prawns.

And for dessert, there will be an extensive dessert buffet featuring delectable delights has been created by Four Seasons Sydney Pastry Chef, Quentin Zerr.

Jeremy Piven Live at The State Theatre

Ticket prices start from $79

Jeremy Piven arrives into Sydney this Easter, for his live comic show. Mostly notably known for his American acting career, where he has played roles in movies like Serendipity and Entourage, Piven has been performing since the age of eight, and loves to make people laugh.

Grab your mates and have a good laugh at this live show.

Jeremy Piven at the State Theatre
Rebecca Wilkinson

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Rebecca is a freelance content creator and beauty editor for Bondi Beauty. She is a pescatarian, who may yet become vegan. She loves all things beauty, health & travel, has a weakness for coffee and is obsessed with cats and yoga. If she's not answering her mobile - it's probably because she's trying out the latest beauty trend, like massaging crushed pearls into her skin for the ultimate collagen and vitamin boost to skin cells.

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