Eggsploring the gardens

The Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation will once again be running its annual Easter egg hunt in the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens on 29 March to raise funds to support ongoing medical research.

After solving the clues and discovering the chocolate, families can stay in the gardens and enjoy a picnic with entertainment by local musicians, face-painting, a fishing challenge and photos with the Easter Bunny.

Interim chief executive officer John Stubley said the event was Hobart’s biggest Easter egg hunt.

“The foundation proudly hosts this event every year to help families create unforgettable memories while raising funds to support vital medical research to improve the health of people in our community,” he said.

“It’s a truly unique day that sees kids and their families have an abundance of fun for a good cause.

“Proceeds from this year’s event will proudly support a life-saving study focused on managing medication for patients with dementia.

“The Foundation extends its heartfelt thanks to this year’s generous partners, Huon Aquaculture and the Harcourts Foundation, for helping to bring this magical event to life.”

Tickets are available at events.humanitix.com/rhhrfeeh2024

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