Published April 07, 2021 1:49PM
An Easter egg hunt at Bridge Estate on Saturday featured around 25 children searching for 500 chocolate eggs dropped around the vines.
Families registered to be part of the free egg hunt and the list filled up fast.
Face-painting and colouring-in added to the enjoyment for the kids while the adults enjoyed the ambience of the Estate on Riverpoint Road.
Other prizes went to the youngest Easter egg hunters — who were two years of age — and those who had travelled the furthest.
SISTER SQUAD: Getting into the bunny theme with either face paint or ears, Daisy McInteer and Frankie Bunbury found chocolate eggs in the vines beside their sisters Olive Bunbury and Tilly McInteer. Pictures by Paul Rickard
Easter winner: Emeli Laing found the one golden egg — the big prize at the Bridge Estate Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday.
Easter Egg Hunt at Bridge Estate - Braxton Ngarimu, Ryder Franklin
Carrying wooden tool boxes they made themselves, Braxton Ngarimu and Ryder Franklin had a great time searching for hidden eggs.
Uma Fischer gets whiskers and more from the brush of face-painter Kika Saenz.