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EASTER FAMILY FUN at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie

Yarra Valley Chocolaterie

An hour from Melbourne 
FREE ENTRY - OPEN EVERY DAY 9am-5pm (except Christmas Day)

It would be one of the most delicious destination this Easter! Come and see the amazing display of over 25 000 handcrafted Easter chocolates – from tiny to large decorative eggs, fun freckled eggs, filled and flavoured eggs, whimsical chocolate bunnies, chicks, hens and even frogs using the finest couverture, nearly one metre tall bunnies, decadent truffles and more! Easter creations are in the showroom now – better hop to it so you don’t miss out on the delightful range to share with your family and friends.
Plus there are a weekend of free family fun activities. From Good Friday to Easter Monday, be greeted by the Chocolaterie’s Easter Bunnies, enjoy loads of free chocolate tastings, delight in the giant chocolate sculptures and the kids can find a special treat with free Easter egg hunts each day.

35 Old Healesville Road
(cnr Melba Highway)
Yarra Glen Victoria

Hunts will take place four times a day on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday (at 10am, 12 noon, 2pm and 4pm – no bookings required) in the Chocolaterie’s picturesque grounds where the Easter Bunnies will help kids under 12 search for special tokens to then claim their complimentary egg.
For the grown ups, the Chocolaterie’s CafĂ© overlooking sweeping valley views will be offering Easter inspired cakes and tarts, as well as the usual all day menu using ingredients from its own kitchen garden.

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