In a few short weeks, the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance across Western Australia, and Fremantle is the perfect spot to be to take advantage of this fun, chocolate-filled holiday!
In the lead up to, and over the four-day long weekend, there will be plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy, especially if you’re willing to venture into Perth’s CBD to get involved in Perth’s very own Easter cruise!
On March 18 from 10.30 am – 12.30 pm, chocolate lovers can indulge in an Easter treats workshop where you’ll learn how to make nutrient-dense and pure essential oil infused treats that taste amazing and are good for you!
The class will be hosted wholefood cooking teacher, Vanessa Jean Bosccarello Ovens, with tickets starting at $25.
With a centrally-located shop in Fremantle, enjoying the sweet chocolate chip biscuits, rich chocolate ice cream, and creamy, pure chocolate that Gabriel Chocolate is famous for is now easier than ever.
Whether you want an artisanal chocolate egg to gift your family on Easter Sunday, or just want to get in the holiday spirit by stuffing your face – you won’t be disappointed!
Just a heads up, their hot chocolate is not only one of the most popular items on their menu – it’s also perfect for eliciting delightful chocolate comas.
For something a little bit different to do on Easter morning, grab the kids and venture into the city to experience Perth’s Easter cruise first-hand.
Departing at 10 am, you can take in the sights of the Swan River as you cruise between Perth and Fremantle. Throughout the cruise, you’ll enjoy a selection of sweet treats, including hot cross buns, fresh fruit and breakfast pastries. But, the kids won’t be left to their own devices, as there will also be face painting, balloon creations, an egg colouring station, and of course, the Easter Bunny!
Prices start at $29 for children and $49 for adults, with family passes also available. Tickets can be purchased here!
Commencing from Stirling Gardens at 2.30 pm and finishing at Wesley Uniting Church, this year’s parade is sponsored by 98.5 Sonshine FM and Fusion WA and will be celebrating Easter’s Christian heritage.
The event is expected to include a colourful parade, music, live performances and lots of balloons, and is free for the whole family.
If an Easter celebrated in Fremantle’s historic port is just what the doctor ordered, then you’ll also need a great place to stay! Callan Apartments has a great selection of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments that are perfect for both couples and families. Ask us about our Fremantle accommodation, today!