March 27, 2018

The Easter long weekend is coming! Have you planned your journey for this Easter? If not, why don’t you spend it in Brisbane! There’s plenty to do over the 4 days and we’ve selected 3 must-do things and 4 chocolate choices for you! 

 

THINGS TO DO

 

Meet Easter bunnies with your family

Redcliffe Sails Festival is the best place to be on Good Friday with a day of family fun, free entertainment, the Easter Bunny and the 70th Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race – Australia’s second biggest yacht race. All family members will find their activities in Redcliffe Sails Festival!

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Enjoy French romance with your partner 

No matter comedies, or romances or period films or animated features…there is something for everyone at this year’s Alliance Francaise French Film Festival. Get a dose of French culture with the worlds’ best French films without leaving Brisbane.

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Get a sugar-rush with your friends

Sugar Spin is a sweet exhibition at GOMA celebrating the 10th birthday of the gallery. You will have chance to see more than 250 artworks exploring light, space, architecture and the senses, reflecting the complex human connections to the natural world. 

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Your best chocolate choice

 

Noosa Chocolate Factory

Noosa Chocolate Factory is a unique sport for sugar lovers. Everything that leaves the Noosa Chocolate Factory is handcrafted with passion, made fresh from scratch and delivered to their stores and customers promptly. All their products are 100% palm oil free, also offering gluten free and peanut free choices.

Try the freshest chocolate in Brisbane!

1. The Dark Chocolatier by the Noosa Chocolate Factory

156 Adelaide Street (opposite David Jones/Queens Plaza) Brisbane

2. Fresh from the Noosa Chocolate Factory

144 Adelaide Stree (opposite Zimmerman/G-star raw)

3. Noosa Chocolate Factory

345 Queen Street, Central Plaza One - Brisbane 

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Chocolate Moments

Chocolate Moments is the home of gourmet handmade Belgium style couverture chocolate. It is owned by Gerrard Gosens, a blind Paralympian, and also an adventurer, sharing his passion for top-quality chocolates by creating delectable truffles, chocolate liqueur shots, creamy fudge, and so much more.

Try the most exotic chocolate in Brisbane!

1. The Art of Fine Chocolate

117 Albert Street, Brisbane

2. Chocolate Boulevard

Shop 46 Myer Centre, Level E, 91 Queen Street, Brisbane

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Mureille Vuilleumier Swiss Chocolatier

Customers can indulge their tastebuds with a range of exquisite flavours as well as various chocolate statues. For absolute indulgence, the Easter eggs can be filled with a selection of your favourite hand-made individual chocolates. They also offer classes for making truffles, ideal for family celebration, couples and friends.

Try the most creative Chocolate in Brisbane!

113 Commercial Road, Teneriffe

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I Heart Brownies

I Heart Brownies might not be your typical choice for Easter but they serve up wickedly indulgent brownies... all gluten-free and all hand-made by the hundreds day-in, day-out. You'll be spoilt for choice with many different flavours to choose from.

Try the prettiest chocolate in Brisbane!

1. I Heart Brownies Kiosk

Wintergarden Shopping Center, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane

2. I Heart Brownies Bakery

Shop 8, 694 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley

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However you decide to celebrate your Easter long weekend may it be fun and full of chocolate! Happy Easter from the team at The Sebel Brisbane.