Easter hunt a winner
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.
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Quest general manager Bram Newbold with winner Tony Kuhar.