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Hop to Portside this Easter school holidays and join in the FREE fun at the Portside Bunny pop-up on Thursday 5 April and Saturday 7 April from 10am – 2pm.

Peter Rabbit and his furry friends are hopping onto the Dendy Cinemas Portside screen this school holidays with the release of Beatrix Potter’s classic tale Peter Rabbit!

To celebrate, Portside have invited a few furry friends to entertain you and your family across two magical days of live bunny patting, face painting and colouring-in.

Why not catch the Peter Rabbit movie whist you’re there? Join Peter Rabbit as he makes the jump from beloved storybook character to the big screen at Dendy Cinemas Portside Wharf. Laugh along as Peter and his sisters, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail feud with Mr. McGregor and the vegetable treasure in his forbidden garden.

If you’re heading over to visit Portside Wharf this school holidays, why not make a day of it?! Grab a coffee at Deer Sir while your little ones pat a bunny or hop over to Max Brenner and indulge in a chocolatey afternoon treat! If you need some lunch after getting the kids face painted, nip into Hello Harry for a delicious burger or Pineapple Express for a fresh bite to eat! Play Local with your little ones this school holidays!

PS… First 3 hours FREE parking when you validate your parking ticket at the Portside Wharf Bunny pop-up or a participating retailer when you shop or dine and Dendy Cinemas gives you 4 hours FREE parking when you see a movie!

WHAT // Portside Bunny Pop-Up
WHEN // Thursday 5 April & Saturday 7 April
TIME // 10am to 2pm
WHERE // Portside Wharf, 30 Hercules Street, Hamilton (outside Dendy Cinemas entrance)
COST // Free entry to the Portside Bunny pop-up

See Dendy Cinemas Portside Wharf for movie times and to book tickets.

Visit www.portsidewharf.com.au

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