Get Eggcited, Here Are Brisbane’s Best Easter Events

Hop to it

By Dinushka Gunasekara | 27th March 2024

Have you also questioned why hot cross buns are already on the shelves? Join the club. But it turns out, Easter is just a hop, skip and jump away! Undeniably one of the best times of the year, with the trifecta of chocolate, family time and a long weekend making it so, it’s time to see what Brisbane is doing for the holiday. 

From Easter-themed high teas to egg-celent (sorry, we had to) school holiday activities, we’ve rounded up all the ways to celebrate with your nearest and dearest. See below all the best Easter activities happening in Brisbane.

Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Gold Coast

This Easter, the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Gold Coast is celebrating all weekend long with plenty of festivities for the whole family. Spend the weekend in luxury (book your stay here) and enjoy 3 days of relaxation and family fun. Enjoy a little peace and quiet while the kids enjoy the Side-by-Side Easter school holiday activities. From poolside face painting and movie nights to an Easter Bunny Meet & Greet on Easter Sunday (11am), you can trust they are having a ball. While the kids play, have some fun of your own at one of the Gold Coast’s premier resorts where you can swim, sip, eat and relax poolside this long weekend. On Sunday, celebrate Easter with your nearest and dearest at their Easter Luncheon. Held at the Terraces Restaurant, enjoy panoramic views of their sparkling lagoon accompanied by a decadent seafood buffet. At $169pp for adults and $84.50pp for kids (5-12 years), reserve your spot this Easter Sunday here!

Howard Smith Wharves Easter Extravaganza

As always, Howard Smith Wharves is celebrating this holiday to the max, with their annual Easter Extravaganza in the works. On Easter Saturday (12pm till late) and Sunday (10.30am till late) on the Main Lawn, enjoy live music, delicious food from HSW eateries, refreshing drinks (think Veuve Cliquot and Felons beer) and games. Easter Sunday welcomes the Easter Bunny for an egg hunt on Main Lawn where over 5000 colourful eggs are hidden (btw, it’s BYO basket). Whether you’re hunting for eggs or just there for the good vibes, the beating heart of Brisbane will be pumping all weekend long. Head here for more info. 

Easter Long Weekend At Victoria Park 

If anyone knows how to celebrate a holiday, it’s Victoria Park. With a stellar lineup of fun for the whole fam from Friday 29 March to Monday 1 April, gather the crew and head on over. You can expect delicious Easter treats at the Bistro, great live music, fun activities for the little ones (including a jumping castle and face paint) and an appearance from the big bunny himself! For the ultimate day out for everyone, check out all the deets and book in here


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Easter Treats at Emporium Hotel Southbank

Hey sweet tooths, this one’s for you! Although this is probably already your favourite time of the year, the Emporium Hotel South Bank is taking things up a notch. Burrow down to the ground floor at the hotel’s Paririsan-style patisserie, Belle Epoque, on 31 March and indulge in their refined Easter-themed high tea experience. Be wowed by their deliciously theatrical creations and pair with your choice of beverage (Champagne included of course) and say cheers to the holidays. Tickets are from $45 so book your experience here

Easter at Sirromet Winery 

Why not spend the long weekend surrounded by luscious rolling hills and grape-speckled vines? Sirromet Winery is celebrating Easter and invites you and the family to join them in the festivities. Enjoy a relaxed Easter Sunday on the lawn at Sirromet surrounded by your loved ones, good food and great sips. For the kiddos, the Easter Bunny will steal the show at 1.30pm, leading an egg-citing hunt with other fun activities happening all day long. With plenty more to do, from a stay at Escape to Sanctuary, to a meal at Tuscan Terrace, the weekend is yours at Sirromet. Head here to make your bookings. 


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Indigo High Tea

On the hunt for a refined Easter experience? Hotel Indigo’s Bar 1603 presents its Easter High Tea, a decadent affair combining the festivities with Japanese cuisine. From 28 March to 14 April for $89 per person, indulge in a range of Easter-themed Japanese delights, paired with an especially crafted Easter cocktail. With a menu that rivals any store-bought choccy egg, sample their Yuzu Custard Bunny Teacups and taste their hot cross buns. Sound like the perfect way to spend the holiday? Book your spot here.


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Sandstone Point Hotel Easter Eggstravaganza

Spend Easter Sunday among family and friends at the Sandstone Point Hotel’s Easter Eggstravaganza, and yep, it’s as big as it sounds! From 10am, enjoy live entertainment, market stalls, a petting zoo as well as a hefty Easter Egg hunt where 6000 eggs await to be found. With an appearance from the Easter Bunny himself, snag a hug or snap a selfie with the rabbit of the hour. For all the deets, head here

Goldfinch Easter High Tea

There’s nothing quite as decadent as a high tea, that is until you involve chocolate of course! Goldfinch is serving up a treat this Easter Sunday with a menu to rival your own homemade lunch. An experience perfect for the whole family, indulge in a selection of savoury and sweet treats along with a free-flowing wines package there to get the celebrations underway. At $69 per adult and $30 per child, book yourself in here – spots are limited!

W Brisbane Ever After High Tea: Easter Edition

W Brisbane’s Fairy Tales exhibition-inspired high tea has had an Easter makeover for the season of chocolate and we are are hopping to it. Over the Easter weekend, various bunny-themed goodies are being added to the menu. From the Crème Eggstraordinate taking over the high tea’s signature boozy sip, to hot cross buns as well as a chocolate Easter egg surprise on offer, you’re in for an indulgent time. Starting at $79 per adult and $45 for the little ones, find the full rundown of the chocolatey affair here


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By Dinushka Gunasekara A self-proclaimed Spotify connoisseur who plans her weekends on Monday, Dinushka’s least favourite time of the day is in between meals.



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