Easter Sunday in Australia

Easter Sunday in Australia

Australia is a wonderful country with people from different parts of the world. So, Easter is celebrated in a variety of ways. Some people go to church services and have hot cross buns for breakfast. These are a sweet fruit bun, which may have a cross on top. Children exchange Easter eggs, which are usually made of chocolate. Some are now made from sugar and have little toys inside. The chocolate eggs are available in an egg shape, from tiny little ones to giant ones. Some chocolate eggs are also in the shape of cheeky looking rabbits.

Many families arrange for an Easter hunt in their homes or gardens to see who can find the most eggs on Easter Sunday morning. They then share a meal with their relatives. Traditionally this has consisted of roast lamb, beef or chicken with roasted vegetables like potatoes, carrots, pumpkin.

Get everyone up and hopping around on Easter Sunday with these popular lawn games that will keep the fun going long after they find their Easter baskets.


Bocce, also known as Italian lawn bowling, is one of the most widely played games in the world and is one of the oldest lawn or yard games. Its pros: the game is simple, can be played by people of all ages and skill levels, and you can use just about anything as a bocce court.

Egg Spoon Race:

Egg spoon race is a great outdoor toy for kids. Balance the egg on the spoon and see how far you can run! Kids will love participating in this activity after the Easter egg hunt! It’s a fun and unique kids’ toy, and great for adults too!

Hacky Sake Race:

The sack race is a traditional party game to celebrate Easter. The truth is that children are learning awesome development skills will be hidden in the fun. Covering a wide range of ages and stages, this awesome party game will be a big success!

Epic Jenjo:

Epic Jenjo is very popular for all types of festival or events. Epic Jenjo is played by taking one block out of the tower at a time and placing it on top. The finishes once a block/blocks falls from the tower. With a few tricky rules (only using 1 hand and not being able to take from the top 2 levels). Very fun and excellent way to get everyone in the group involved in playing.

-• Ladder Ball:

Ladder ball is a lawn game played by throwing bolas (two balls connected by a string) onto a ladder. You’ll have hours of enjoyment playing this easy to learn family game. Designed for indoor and outdoor play. Ladder ball is ideal for tailgating, family reunions, parties, camping or the beach.

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