Yarra Valley Chocolaterie - Free Chocolate Egg Hunt (25~27 March 2016)
THE POPULAR EASTER HUNTS RETURN!
A free family fun to the Easter weekend.
The popular Easter Hunts will take place four times a day on GoodFriday, Saturday and Easter Sundayat 10am,12 noon, 2pm and 4pm (no bookings required) in the Chocolaterie’s picturesque grounds, where Easter Bunnies will help kids aged 12 and under search for a golden token to then claim their complimentary Easter egg.
For the grown ups, the Chocolaterie’s Café 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. And for chocolate lovers of all ages, our showroom will be choc-filled with thousands of Easter inspired chocolate creations handcrafted by the European chocolatiers and there’s always delicious house-made ice creams to enjoy.
35 Old Healesville Road (cnr Melba Highway) Yarra Glen Victoria P: 03 9730 2777
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