Leisurely dinners, family-friendly activities or even a day at the beach – Brighton has everything you need to get out and about during the Easter holidays. Here are a few ideas:
Need to keep the children entertained? Team Holiday Brighton’s school holiday program includes some egg-cellent Easter activities including chicken hatching and an egg hunt. The program is hosted at Haileybury College Brighton campus throughout the school holidays and is available for children aged 5-12. For bookings, click here.
Set sail over the Easter break with the Royal Brighton Yacht Club’s Tackers program. Designed for children aged 7-12, Tackers is an introductory, games-based program delivered by Yachting Australia qualified instructors. No sailing experience is necessary and all equipment is provided. Click here for session times.
St Leonard’s Uniting Church is conducting services at 7.30pm on Holy Thursday, 9.30am on Good Friday and 10am on Easter Sunday. Visit St Leonard’s Uniting Church website for more information.
Brighton Baptist Church will host several events including a Good Friday Pilgrim’s Walk and a 7am sunrise service on Brighton Beach for Easter Sunday. Full details available here.
Food and drink
Feel like letting someone else do the cooking? There are plenty of Church St eateries and restaurants open over Easter including Pantry, The Royale Brothers and White Rabbit Restaurant. If a cheeky long weekend drink is on the cards, Half Moon has cocktail specials that are sure to make you smile.
If you’re after an activity that involves the whole family, why not pack a picnic and head to one of Brighton’s lovely parks, playgrounds or reserves? A day out in the fresh air is sure to please everyone.
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