Central and North Burnett Times - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

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