Easter is here, but besides eating chocolate all weekend, what can you do?
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
Enjoy a mass at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in the city to start off your Easter.Saturday we can drive you to the Easter Vigil Mass that starts at 8pm. More of an early bird? You can head to Mass at 7am, or 8am, or 8:45am on Sunday. Parking in that area can be a real hassle. Luckily taking a Silvertop taxi won’t entail that.
Easter High Tea Indulgence, The Westin Melbourne
After the Easter bunny has arrived there is always that tendency to eat your eggs for breakfast, but what about some proper food? Have some high tea to your sweet tooth, it’s right in the city too! There will be scones, finger sandwiches, cupcakes and more on the table. You can even grab some sparkling wine. The event is on all long weekend, from Friday 19th to Monday 22nd, starting at 11am until 4pm. Don’t miss out on this one.
The Botanical Gardens
Plant your own Easter egg hunt for the family and relax on the green grass with a nice picnic. You can even bring some homemade hot cross buns. Take advantage of Saturday and Sunday, the weather forecast is hot and sunny! Aside from that, there’s no better place to run around and have a picnic than the Botanical Gardens.
Geelong Adventure Park
If you don’t want to organize your own Easter hut, head to Geelong. They have set out a 15,000 Easter egg hunt for you and the kids to find at the Geelong Adventure Park, on Easter Sunday from 2pm. It’s even free after you have purchased your ticket into the park. You won’t be hungry on your taxi ride home!
Neon playground at the Melbourne Zoo
The Melbourne Zoo will be completely transformed after dark into a complete white night, from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. This Neon Playground aims to celebrate wildlife conservation and what better time to do that than when the Easter bunny is on its way! It’s already started and will stay open until the 27th this month. Book a Silver Top Taxi and get going. You might even see the Easter bunny itself!