Organised by Anchor Church, the Easter Egg Smash will feature about seven large pi�atas and 25 small ones filled with about 3000 chocolate eggs and 250 soft toys.
Wattle Grove-based organiser May Ng said the event would start at 9am with bouncy castles, a petting zoo and kid’s craft zone.
The Easter egg parade will begin at 10.30am.
‘We want to give the community an unforgettable day with friends and family, where grown-ups and little kids alike can get lost in something incredibly magical and just have loads of fun,’ Ms Ng said.
‘No matter how old you are, chances are that every year when someone gives you your first Easter egg, it will always put a smile on our face and bring out the kid in you.’
For more information, visit www.facebook.com /eastereggsmash.