Myall Coast children hop into Easter with hat parade Bulahdelah, Wootton, Nerong Myall Coast News Photo Gallery Tea Gardens, Hawks Nest by News Of The Area - Modern Media - April 4, 2018 BCS students Ajay Tufrey, Cody Loveday and Kleon Reid. AN array of hats and bonnets loaded with piles of eggs, rabbits and fluffy feathers featured at Easter hat parades held at schools around the region last week. Modern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more efficient way to advertise. Reach a HUGE audience for a LOW price TODAY! Call us on 02 4983 2134. Or email@example.com Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Homemade carrots, an Easter egg dispensing hat and others that defied gravity by extending high above the heads of tiny pupils were amongst the wacky and imaginative designs on show. Smiles were the order of the day as each class proudly paraded their creations of all shapes and sizes in front of parents, friends and relatives. Tea Gardens Public School Principal Mr Mark Clemson said the event was a huge success. “Students paraded proudly around our courtyard beaming with joy as the onlookers returned the smiles,” he said. At Bulahdelah Central School, Year 1 student Annabelle Smith told News Of The Area the parade “was so much fun”. “The hats were all amazing and really pretty and colourful,” she said. To add to the egg-citement of the day, the Easter Bunny made surprise visits to Tea Gardens and Bulahdelah leaving the younger students some yummy treats. Hat parades have been a highlight of school calendars for generations, and judging by the mass of contagious smiles, this year’s colourful eggs-travaganza was no exception. Mia Garemyn and Xara Sumner at BCS. All smiles at BCS: Jordan Brown, Andrew Kent and Annabelle Smith. Jye Bailey, Nate Reitsma and Isabella Sumner at BCS. Ready for the parade at Tea Gardens. Jye Bailey, Nate Reitsma and Isabella Sumner at BCS. All smiles at Tea Gardens hat parade.