Easter hunt a winner

Cockburn Gazette - - NEWS -

AS the July school hol­i­days draw nearer and a new pro­gram of events is about to kick off, Fre­man­tle BID has la­belled April’s Easter Hunt event a big suc­cess.

A spokesper­son said more than 1000 vis­i­tors to Fre­man­tle en­joyed the hunt, which also in­cluded 45 busi­nesses.

Fre­man­tle Opals was one of those busi­nesses and owner Daryl Morse-Evans said the event had added “fun and vi­brancy to the streets”.

“We still can’t be­lieve how many peo­ple came into the shop and com­mented that they did not know we have been in Fre­man­tle for over 20 years,” he said.

Par­tic­i­pant Tony Kuhar got more out of the hunt than most, win­ning the ma­jor prize of a two-night stay in one of Quest’s new ex­ec­u­tive apart­ments, a fam­ily pass to Spare Parts Pup­pet The­atre and meals at the Na­tional Ho­tel and Nat­u­ral Light Gallery/ Cafe.

Fre­man­tle BID’s next hol­i­day pro­gram in­cludes Fre­man­tle Win­ter­world and a Naidoc Week word search trail.

Visit www.fre­mantlestor­y. com.au

Quest gen­eral man­ager Bram New­bold with win­ner Tony Kuhar.

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