5 ways to get your Easter on in Melbourne

  • Apr 1, 2017

The Easter long weekend is nigh! And whatever your beliefs, I think we can all agree: four days off rules.

As usual there’s an endless supply of Easter-themed activities and and treats on offer in Melbourne.

But where to start? We’ve done the hard yards and found five of the best ways to…

Get your Easter on in Melbourne

Via Giphy.

Via Giphy.

1. Bibelot

285-287 Coventry Street, South Melbourne 


The dessert masters have not disappointed with this year’s collection. That one in the middle? It’s their ‘White Chocolate Ancient Relic’, made with Callebaut “Velvet” 33% White Couverture.

2. Foddies

181 Victoria Ave, Albert Park


The low Fodmap, gluten-free kings have pulled together something that will have food allergy sufferers salivating. Behold the LoFo Hot Cross Donut/Dairy-Free Vanilla Cinammon Custard combo!

3. Jack and Jill Boxes


The Melbourne-owned and based Jack and Jill Boxes have created Bunny Boxes! They feature personalised engraved bunnies and you can choose your colour. These gorgeous creatures are already popular with the likes of Bec Judd and Kate Ritchie.

4. South Melbourne Market

Coventry St & Cecil Street, South Melbourne

The South Melbourne Market will be visited by everyone’s favourite long-eared bunny (with respect to Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit). The big bunny will be hopping around on various dates. Find out more here. But the big, bad bunny isn’t the only Easter-ey thing coming to the Market. St George’s bakery will be baking sourdough, organic, yeast-free Hot Cross Buns, and there will be a free Easter Egg Hunt for the kids!  

Easter is coming to the South Melbourne Market. Photo: Supplied.

Easter is coming to the South Melbourne Market. Photo: Supplied.

5. Luxbite

38 Toorak Rd, South Yarra

28 Katherine Pl, Melb CBD


We present to you: ‘The Golden Easter Egg’. This is no ordinary Easter egg. There’s so many amazing ingredients (check them out below), but two of them are Nutella and Coco Pops! Luxbite, you magnificent people.