Easter egg-travaganza

Written By miftah nugraha on Jumat, 29 Maret 2013 | 19.55

THE egg-citement was palpable today as the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens threw open its gates for the inaugural Easter Egg Hunt and Family Picnic Day.

Tens of thousands of chocolate eggs were scattered about for children to collect, eliciting squeals of delight.

The Easter bunny also arrived to deliver even more delicious supplies.

"It is just a fantastic event. The kids are having a wonderful time and we would love to come back next year," said Hobart mother-of-four Amity Peart.

"I can really see this becoming a family tradition for us."

The hunt was held to raise funds to support local health and medical research and is intended to become a major fundraising activity for the Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation.

Children paid an entry fee of $7.50, with adults charged $15.

A similar event held in Victoria has raised more than $800,000 over the years for the Royal Children's Hospital.

Cadbury donated more than 100,000 Easter Eggs and 2500 bunny ears for the RTBG event.

Organisers hope with the company's ongoing support they can reach a similar level of success to the Victorian event.

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