More than 200 children will converge on Alison Hartman Gardens on Thursday for an Easter egg hunt to kick off the holidays.
There will be chocolates hidden for kids to find at the inaugural Magical Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Albany MLA Rebecca Stephens.
Registrations were required for the inaugural Easter egg hunt event which is already fully booked, with 240 children aged 3 to 11 set to take part.
There will be a free sausage sizzle, live music and a prize for the best dressed and the best Easter bonnet.
Ms Stephens said she was excited to host the new event for Albany.
“I know my children always love hunting for Easter eggs no matter what age,” she said.
“I thought it would be great way for the community to come together for a fun afternoon during the school holidays.
“The Alison Hartman Gardens, with its rich Albany culture and heritage is the perfect location for the event.
“With the recently completed upgrades to the garden the facilities will provide for some sneaky hiding spots for the hunt.”