Easter events across the Lower South West
The Lower South West has something for everyone over the Easter long weekend from a regional showcase festival to the classic farmers markets with an Easter twist.
In Donnybrook, the Donnybrook Apple Festival will be held on Saturday throughout town, featuring a buskers competition, market stalls, exhibitions, demonstrations, local wine and beer tastings, a grand parade, show rides, a kids chill-zone and a festival after-party.
Entry is free to the annual street-festival.
In Manjimup, the regular fortnightly farmers market will return with an Easter twist at Manjin Park on Saturday from 8.30am to 12.30pm.
On Monday there is also a Positive Choices Inflatable Day at Manjimup Heritage Park, featuring monster-sized inflatables, giant games and inflatable basketball.
All are welcome to attend the fun-day and entry is free.
In Walpole, the Community Easter Markets will be held on Saturday at Pioneer Park from 8am to 1pm.
The Easter bunny is set to visit at 10am and face-painting, live music and a bouncy castle will also feature alongside the regular local produce market stalls.
In Bridgetown, the newly branded Bridgetown Hub is hosting a Great Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at 9.30am to 11am.
The event is open to all and dads, grandparents and carers are strongly recommended to come along and join in the fun.
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