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What's open this Easter long weekend at South Bank

Looking to enjoy a nice meal out, grab a quick snack, or sit and enjoy a beverage or two at South Bank this Easter long weekend? We've got you covered with all the Easter trading hours for our restaurants, eateries and bars.

Affordable eats for your next family picnic

Forget about muesli bars and Vegemite sandwiches – with the assortment of takeaway goodies around South Bank, you can pack your picnic basket en route.

Fun and educational family outings (yes, really!)

The minds of our kids can soak up incredible amounts of information. Bring the little ones down to South Bank for learning experiences at these hands-on spots.

Energy-burning activities for families

If you need an exercise outlet - and think the tunnel slide just won’t cut it - leave that excess energy (and those "mum, I’m bored" complaints) behind with some family-friendly exercise at South Bank.

20 South Bank meals the whole family will love

Have you spent months trying to forget the infamous salad tantrum of 2016? Here’s the good news: with South Bank’s list of restaurants at your disposal, dining out with the kids doesn’t need to restrict your options.

Chocolate desserts to die for

A tempting list of where you can satisfy your chocolate cravings at South Bank.

Embark on a family scavenger hunt

See the park from a new angle, and keep the whole family amused with this list of items to find and activities to try throughout the Parklands.

12 things to do this Easter long weekend

It’s great to have some down time, but with it comes the risk of serious boredom! Escape the doldrums and have a blast in one fell swoop with these South Bank outings.

Jurassic Parklands

Been visiting South Bank as long as you can remember? The Parklands are just spring chickens compared to some of the ancient species of plants and animals that now call South Bank home.

Global Flavours of South Bank

Cure your wanderlust with a wander through South Bank’s very own "eat streets" – Little Stanley Street and Grey Street.