So you have arrived in Canberra for the Easter Weekend but you’re unsure of what to do. Don’t worry, the Canbhol Team have you covered!

It wouldn’t be a Canberra Easter without the National Folk Festival. Held at Exhibition Park from the 29 March – 2 April 2018. It is a celebration of traditional and contemporary folk life at the National Folk Festival with high-end entertainment and a program designed to inspire, enliven and entertain.

For all of you sport fanatics don’t miss the Plus500 Brumbies v Waratahs at the GIO Stadium, Canberra: 31 March 2018 The Plus500 Brumbies welcome their arch rivals from down the Hume Highway the NSW Waratahs to GIO Stadium for a high octane Round 7 Super Rugby clash with the Dan Vickerman Cup up for grabs.

NRL match between the Brumbies and the Waratahs at GIO Stadium on March 4, 2016 in Canberra, Australia.

Don’t miss out on the Great Easter Egg Trail 1 April 2018 at the Museum of Australian Democracy Sunday from 8am – 1.30pm. Challenge friends and family to follow the trail, find the clues, crack the code and collect a mouth-watering prize, all while exploring iconic Old Parliament House. Bookings are essential to this free event. Tickets include entry to the Great Easter Egg Trail, a chocolate prize and activities in the courtyards. Open 9am – 5pm every day over the Easter long weekend.

Still want to hunt but want to explore the outdoors as well? Then there is the  Great Corin Forest Easter Egg Hunt 30 March- 2 April is for you.  Each hunt will have limited spaces to ensure every egg-hunter can fill their buckets. Try the Alpine Slide for a thrilling ride or explore the surrounding waterfalls, bush walking and wildlife while you’re there. Bookings are essential to this free event. Open 10am – 5pm every day over the Easter long weekend.

As for you brainiacs out there, checkout the ‘easter eggsperiment’ at Questacon: The National Science and Technology Centre. Explore questions like “which came first: the chicken or the egg,” free-fall down a six-metre slide, freeze your own shadow, experience an earthquake or challenge a robot to a game of air hockey. Little scientists will enjoy Mini Q as they play, discover and learn in an exhibition specifically designed for 0-6 year olds. Open 9am – 5pm every day over the Easter long weekend.


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