Where to find Canberra's best Easter egg hunts in 2019

It's the only time of year where it is acceptable to eat chocolate for breakfast. They even taste just that little bit better when they've been hunted down.

Luckily, there's plenty of places around the capital this Easter to get out your baskets and go Easter egg hunting.

Here's your guides to the best ones this Easter.

The Great Corin Forest Easter Egg Hunt of 2018. Alexander Nagaiya 3 found chocolate eggs under a tree. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos

The Great Corin Forest Easter Egg Hunt of 2018. Alexander Nagaiya 3 found chocolate eggs under a tree. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos

Thursday, April 18

Variety Family Fun Day

While Easter may officially begin on the Friday, you can start your hunt early as part of Variety's Family Fun Day.

As well as a visit from the Easter Bunny, there'll be a large Easter Egg hunt between 10am and 2pm at Stage 88 in Commonwealth Park.

There'll also be jumping castles, face painting and a petting zoo for the kids, with plenty of on-stage performances.

Good Friday, April 19

Yarralumla Play Station

Yarralumla Play Station will once again be holding their annual Easter egg hunt over the long weekend.

The play station will be hosting hunts between 11am and 1pm between Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Kids scramble to collect as many eggs as they can in the Easter egg hunt. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

Kids scramble to collect as many eggs as they can in the Easter egg hunt. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

Each participant will receive a Cadbury goodie bag and a train ride, with the chance to find even more eggs, hidden away.

Tickets are $12 and can be found at yarraps.com.au.

The Great Corin Forest Easter Egg Hunt

Corin Forest will be open every day of the Easter weekend, with hunts happ0ening at 10am, 12pm and 2pm each day.

Entry to the hunt is free, but there are only 150 spaces per session.

Tickets can be found at corin.com.au

Saturday, April 20

Easter Family Fun and Food Day

An Easter egg hunt is one of many activities as part of the family fun and food day at Pialligo Estate Glasshouse.

The Great Corin Forest Easter Egg Hunt of 2018. Alexander Nagaiya 3 found chocolate eggs under a tree. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos

The Great Corin Forest Easter Egg Hunt of 2018. Alexander Nagaiya 3 found chocolate eggs under a tree. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos

There's also plenty of champagne, wine and food for the adults.

The event is from 10am and 3pm and is free.

Sunday, April 21

Thredbo Golden Easter Egg Hunt

How does an Easter egg hunt at the top of Australia sound?

Once again, chocolate goodies will be hidden around the Thredbo resort, with six golden Lindt bunnies also hidden worth some serious money.

Five bunnies will be worth $1000 while one will be worth $5000 for whoever finds it.

The hunt will begin at 11am, with registrations open at Friday Flat from 9.30am that day.

It's a gold coin donation to register, but you need to buy a ticket for the chairlift.

The Great Easter Egg Trail at MOAD

A Canberra tradition, The Great Easter Egg Hunt will once again be held at Old Parliament House.

There will be four trails to solve this year, with clues and riddles guiding you to a chocolate prize at the end.

It's held from 8am to 1.30pm. Under 18s are free and it's $5 for adults.

Easter Egg Hunt at Rodney's PlantsPlus at Pialligo

The nursery's famous Easter egg hunt is one once again this year.

The hunt will start at 10am, with a massive search for eggs for children under 12.

Places are limited to the first 100 people, so registrations are essential.

Entry is free, and bookings can be made at 6257 5822.

The nursery is at 24 Beltana Road, Pialligo.