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Hop up to The Peach Farm for Egg-citing Easter holiday fun

Emma Pritchard

They are known and loved throughout the Clarence Valley for their gorgeous collection of cute and cuddly creatures, and now, The Peach Farm is excited to announce that an extra special guest will be visiting the property this weekend to ensure everyone has an egg-citing time during the holidays.

The Easter Bunny will be hiding lots of delicious Easter Eggs around The Peach Farm, and it’s up to you to find as many as you can.

Property owners Ray and Edwina Cameron said The Peach Farm will be open all Easter weekend between 9am and 1pm, and everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy the special holiday activities.

On Good Friday, the on-site café will be serving delicious fish tacos along with their other yummy homemade treats. The kids can get creative making their own Easter baskets at The Peach Farm too as they prepare to go Easter Egg hunting at 10am on Easter Sunday. Alternatively, you may choose to bring your own basket.

A delicious sausage sizzle will also be held on Easter Sunday for the kids. Local artists will be providing live entertainment throughout the weekend, creating a chilled and relaxing Easter vibe before a chocolate recovery day and BBQ on Easter Monday.

The Peach Farm will also be hosting a special school holiday program, allowing kids aged between 6 and 15 to be peach farmers for a day. Numbers are limited with only 10 per session to be held on April 6th, 9th, 13th and 16th.

Children will learn how the Camerons’ look after their animals, recycle waste on The Peach Farm and care for the environment, grow vegetables and collect freshly laid eggs. Children must bring their own water bottles and a container (for the yummy homemade pesto they’re going to learn how to make and take home to Mum and Dad).

They must also wear enclosed shoes, hats and plenty of sunscreen. Cost is $65 per child.

Bookings are essential and can be made by visiting