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Easter treats in the Swan Valley

12 March 2021

The Easter holidays are around the corner and there are plenty of eggs-ellent discoveries to be made in the Swan Valley to sweeten your celebrations. From your classic Easter eggs, to giant chocolate bunnies, here are a few of our favourite chocolate treats to pick up in the Swan Valley or purchase online.

The factory at Margaret River Chocolate Co. has been working in full swing to produce a huge range of Easter goodies this season. The freckled Easter eggs are a fun and eye-catching treat. Grab a 10 pack of mini milk chocolate marching bunnies to share (or not). Chocolate quokkas are also in the mix for an Aussie twist. For people that like to go big, you can pre-order a 5kg chocolate bunny, which will guarantee to impress and satisfy chocolate cravings well past the holidays.

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Whistler’s Chocolate have a unique range of Easter fare on offer; from rocky road hot crossed buns, to chocolate egg halves filled with all sorts of flavours. There are various assortments of 12 mini eggs perfect for splitting up for egg hunts or gifting as one, not to mention chocolate bunnies galore in every size from giant to small.

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Get your chocolate and nougat fix in one bite with Mondo Nougat’s range of rich chocolate-covered nougat. Choose between a soft or crunchy centre; both will keep you coming back for more!

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Keen to discover more? Our Swan Valley Sweet Temptations Trail will get you on the path to explore the best of the region’s sweet treats to sample all in one day.


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