Kaylah Joelle Baker | March 23, 2022
As April approaches and summer events end of the year, the Queen Victoria Market (QVM) turns its attention to families and children during the Easter school holidays.
With a “Kids Passport” activity already underway, QVM entices and educates children to learn about the various kitchens and products available on the market, with a “round the world” journey.
“Queen Victoria Market has always played a crucial role in educating future generations about Melbourne’s fresh produce culture and where our food comes from,” said QVM’s general manager marketing and customer experience Meg Dalla Lana.
Announced in mid-March, the Kids Passport activity invites kids to pick up a QVM pass from the Visitor Hub at String Bean Alley from 6 p.m. again to get a prize.
Next to Kids Passport, QVM is poised to become an Easter extravaganza when the holidays hit.
From Easter bunny visits on Easter Saturday and Sunday between 10.00 and 14.00, for a wide range of free activities in the RK / RL shed between kl. 10.00 and 13.00, there is something for all families to get involved in.
Kids are encouraged to explore their artistic side by designing fun and colorful Easter eggs on April 12, creating a set of Easter bunnies on April 14, and designing their very own fluffy pom pom pet with googly eyes on April 21.