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Online Easter chocolate delivery for this weekend

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It's a huge month for holy events, with Holi, Nowruz, Purim, Ramadan and Easter all observed on a similar timeline in 2024. For those who celebrate Easter (even if that's the simple show of an egg hunt) you'll be accustomed to the long weekend's familiar rhythms. By that we mean the Easter diet of chocolate eggs and rabbits, and hot cross buns. Wear something loose and embrace the sweet feast, we say.

But you don't need to wear a costume to play Easter bunny. If you're looking to secure some chocolate as a gift for others or for yourself (go wild), we've got you covered. Find a list of our tried-and-tested favourite places to buy Easter chocolate in-store and online.

Koko Black

We love Cadbury, but if you're looking for something a little more luxe for Easter, be sure to stop in at Australian chocolatier Koko Black. The brand has all your bases sorted – milk chocolate eggs, bunnies, even koalas and platypuses – along with cacao treats crafted using ingredients like wattle, macadamia, Davidson plum and lemon myrtle. Koko Black even creates riffs on Australian classics like iced vovos, golden gaytimes and lamington slice.



Easter has arrived early at RUSSH, and the team can't stop peeling little Venchi Easter eggs as our 3pm sweet treat. With more than 140 years of experience under its belt, Italian chocolatier Venchi is one of our favourites. It's also prolific, with stores across the globe including Sydney. Pick from a mix of delightfully named truffles such as comets or chocoviar, which comprise limoncello, fig, nougat and nut-based fillings to name a few. Or keep things classic with bars and boxes studded with hazelnuts or frosted with cacao nibs.



Another Australian favourite with multiple outposts across cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and its hometown Adelaide. They're also the oldest family-owned chocolate maker in the country. Haigh's offers handcrafted chocolates, each flavour distinguished by its recognisable foil colour palette. There are an assortment of Easter eggs arriving in classic flavours, as well as honeycomb, hot cross bun crunch and macadamia brittle. Some are even filled with smaller eggs, pralines, licorice bullets or speckles. Personally though, we can never go past a chocolate Murray Cod.


David Jones

DJ’s coming through with the classics. The beloved Australian retailer stocks something for everyone: Lindt eggs, vegan eggs, and luxury chocolate items. Delivery is free on orders over $50, so perhaps you want to grab a bottle of vino to accompany. Nevertheless, they are delivering while stocks last, so get in quick.


Harris Farm

Your local Harris Farm or grocer will no doubt also stock a bunch of different chocolate options for Easter. We love Harris Farm's range, which includes Dutch slave-free brand Tony's Chocolonely who make the cutest little eggs packaged in cardboard cartons. They also stock Koko Black, Whittaker's, Ritter Sport, Baci along with Vego, The Carob Kitchen and Alter Eco for the vegans.


Max Brenner

You can order chocolate online from Max Brenner. You could also walk in and sate your chocolate cravings with a chocolate pizza, waffles drowned in rich chocolate sauce, or the chain's classic hot chocolate (beware chocolate moustache). Either way, who wouldn't be grateful to wake up to a pile of hazelnut chocolate shards?


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