It’s back! Hop to it and bring the family along to the RHH Research Foundation and Salamanca Fresh Easter Egg Hunt & Family Picnic at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens on 2 April. Once again, there will be plenty of Cadbury chocolate to hunt down, but this time with a Covid-safe twist!
Activities will include a fresh approach to the Easter Egg Hunt, offering a chance for children from 3 to 14 years old to solve clues (with some help from the family always welcome) to find egg-stra special bags filled with plenty of Cadbury Easter Eggs located in the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
Find out more information and book your tickets by clicking here.
You can also enjoy an Easter egg hunt at home, with special Hunt at Home packs available again this year from all Salamanca Fresh stores. These packs are filled with 80 Cadbury Eggs and are perfect for creating the Easter fun at home, at a time that suits the family best.
About the RHH Research Foundation
The RHH Research Foundation was established twenty four years ago as an independent entity to raise funds which are then invested in a competitive grants program designed to support and promote local health and medical research.
Since its inception in 1997, the Foundation has awarded over $8.5m to fund a variety of local research investigations aimed at benefitting the health and wellbeing of Tasmanians, with a focus on those diseases and conditions relevant to the Tasmanian community.
The Foundation now also funds a Major Project Grant offered over a period of three years which has significantly increased our investment in high quality local health and medical research.
Proceeds from this event aim to invest over $20,000 in local medical research.
Click here to find out more about the RHH Research Foundation