What happens at the Peninsula Family Easter Picnic?
The Peninsula Family Easter Picnic will be an egg-travaganza for families. Children will be able to hunt for thousands of Easter eggs. Everyone’s favourite friend, the Easter Bunny will be performing on stage and children and join in with singing, dancing and interactive games.
Plus Jimmy Giggle will be joining the fun and hosting the event. There will be familiar characters making appearances, as well as shows from Cat in the Hat, Bananas in Pyjamas, Spot and many more. There will be a free magical Easter Craft Village where kids can make their own Easter masterpiece to take home. And there will be rides and amusements, plus so much more entertainment.
What entertainment will be at the Peninsula Family Easter Picnic?
Jimmy Giggle will be the host of the Peninsula Family Easter Picnic. There will be Live Stage Shows from the Easter Bunny, Cat in the Hat, Spot, Bananas in Pyjamas. There will also be performances by local community groups.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are $15 per person (adults and children). Under 3’s do not require an entry ticket unless they wish to participate in the Easter hunt, and will therefore require a ticket. $1 from each ticket will be going to the Mornington Peninsula Mayoral Charity Trust.
What is included in the ticket?
Tickets include entry into the Peninsula Family Easter Picnic, the stage shows, meet and greets with the characters, entertainments, games, Easter art and craft activities, the Easter egg hunts and much more. The rides and attractions are additional costs.
Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased via Ticketek from 1 March 2013.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
The event has been a huge sell-out in the past and we have had to turn back people. Therefore we advise that should pre-purchase your tickets to avoid any disappointment.
Do under 3 years of age require a ticket?
Under 3’s do not require a ticket. However if they do wish to participate in the egg hunt, a ticket must be purchased.
Can parents go in with the kids in the egg hunts?
Parents cannot assist in the egg hunts, unless the children are under 3’s. Over 3’s may have their parents in the pen, holding their basket, but cannot collect Easter eggs.
How do we know what time our Easter Hunt it?
When you purchase your tickets, your Easter egg hunt will be allocated.