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Published March 20th 2018
Eenie, meanie, minie, mo - which activity will you choose?
No matter where you are in South Australia this Easter, there is absolutely no reason for you to get bored with a wealth of events happening across a variety of locations.
Stay in close to Adelaide or head to the hills, Clare Valley or even the Yorke Peninsula. There is so much to choose from, there are absolutely no excuses.
Don't miss out on all things Lego with this year's event theme being Play, Learn, Build and Discover. Located at the Adelaide Convention Centre, this event will be held on Friday 30 and Saturday 31 March 2018, from 10 am to 5 pm.
Sensory friendly sessions are available both days from 9 am to 10 am. Tickets are available at the door, however get them online to avoid disappointment.
Cost is $10.30 children (2 – 15 years), $15.41 general admission (16 years and over) or $41.98 family pass (2 x general admission, 2 x children). Children under 2 are free.
The annual festival will be held from Thursday 29 March to Friday 30 March 2018 and will be two days of music, fun and camping. Star acts are The Black Seeds, Mojo, Juju, Timberwolf and Bootleg Rascal and many, many more.
Camping space is available and there will be food, drink and lots of fun.
Cost is $110.09 to $171.14 with children under 12 free.
The fabulous and famous Meadows 4 Day Easter Fair is back with a whole lot of fun. Open all weekend from 9 am to 4 pm, there will be 100 stalls inside and outside the Meadows Memorial Hall with craft, collectables, produce, plants, bulbs and so very much more.
Bring the kids along and enjoy the native animal nursery, face painting and jumping castle.
It's just not Adelaide or Easter without some afternoon time at a winery. Glen Ewin Estate will be open on Sunday 1 April 2018 from 10 am to 4 pm with Easter cocktails, food stalls, wine bar and live music.
Bring the kids along for the jumping castle, face painting, giant bubble blowing and egg and spoon races. Be there by 10.30 am, and join in the Easter Egg Hunt.
Come along and spend a relaxing afternoon at Glen Ewin.
Head out for a drive and visit the Broughton Seaside Markets on Saturday 31 March 2018. With over 40 stalls there will be plenty to see and buy. Food, drinks, handcrafts and face painting will be available. Come for the day and stay for the evening to take advantage of the free outdoor cinema, showing the movie HOP.
Don't give away the secret, but I hear the Easter Bunny will be bringing gifts for the little ones.