For more information contact North Burnett Regional Council on 130a0 696 272, visit www.northburnett.qld.gov.au or www.facebook.com/north.burnett.regional.council. EASTER time is here and kids are advised to be on the lookout for a mysterious four-legged animal.
Known as the Easter Bunny, the mammal makes surprise visits and leaves chocolate treats behind.
Kids are advised to be on their best behaviour in order to get chocolate as the bunny is scared by naughty children.
Axel Townsend, 8, loves Easter because the bunny usually leaves presents hidden around his house.
A health-conscious Easter bunny visits the Townsend household and leaves fruit and yoghurt along with chocolates.
“I like Easter because you get chocolate but we get grapes as well as chocolate,” Axel said.
“We normally have one or two chocolates after we have the fruit.”
The amount of chocolate Axel will get will depend on how big the Easter bunny’s basket is.
Axel hopes that in amongst the treats will be his favourite sweet: white chocolate.
EGG HUNTING: Grace Townsend, 6, uncovers a treasure in her garden.
EASTER TREASURES: The Townsend siblings Axel, 8, Grace, 6, and Flynn, 4, hunt for Easter eggs in their vegie garden.