The Corowa Baptist Church with the support of the Rotary Club of Corowa hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday in the revamped RSL Park.
More than 700 people attended the event, with more than 270 hunting bags distributed.
Excited children collected about 5000 eggs hidden around the park on what was a beautiful, sunny day.
Organisers thanked Rotary for cooking the sausage sizzle and all proceeds from donations at the barbecue went to the Corowa Baptist Church.
The idea behind the hunt was to spread the joy of Easter and for the Baptist Church to hold its Easter Sunday service outside, which was attended by more than 220 people.
Face painting was also enjoyed by children and live music was performed by the church band.
Organisers were thrilled with the turnout of people from Corowa, Howlong, Albury and Wodonga.