• For the kids

    Thousands enjoy The Great CP Egg Hunt in Centennial Park!

Thousands of people have enjoyed The Great CP Egg Hunt this year in Centennial Park, an annual event that has become the largest easter egg hunt in Sydney. More than 8,000 eggs later, we’re exhausted but we all had fun!

With over 1,300 registered kids enjoying the outing, what more is there to say other than…a picture tells a thousand words. Or pictures, for that matter. Here’s what it was all about…

A chocolatey guessing competition to kick things off...

A chocolatey guessing competition to kick things off…

...while the parents grab a quick pre-hunt coffee!

…while the parents grab a quick pre-hunt coffee!

Clues had to be deciphered...

Clues had to be deciphered…

...and creatures be identified. Who thought we'd have to work for our eggs!

…and creatures be identified. Who thought we’d have to work for our eggs!

There were games of balance...

There were games of balance…

...games of athleticism...

…games of athleticism…

...and games of spot the green, leathery thing.

…and games of spot the green, leathery thing.

There were insects of enormous size...

There were insects of enormous size…

...as well as big furry creatures!

…as well as big furry creatures!

We approached cautiously...

We approached cautiously…

...but then realised that the big bunny and bilby had the chocolate treasure!

…but then realised that the big bunny and bilby had the chocolate treasure!

Well done to the many kids and adults who came to join us at The Great CP Egg Hunt for 2014. Here are some shots of some happy participants who enjoyed the day out in Centennial Park!

Many, many happy memories were had across the two days.

Many, many happy memories were had across the two days.

We hope everyone had a happy and safe Easter, and we look forward to welcoming you to join us for more great family fun in Centennial Parklands soon.

 


 

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