Coronavirus Update - Easter Update
Easter in Tasmania will be different this year. The current restrictions that are necessary to stop the spread of COVID-19 mean that many of the activities that we traditionally enjoy over the Easter break will not be possible. We won’t be travelling to our shacks and we won’t be going to our favourite camping spot or going on trips on the boat or car.
But this doesn’t mean we can’t still have fun, responsibly! We can keep our communities safe and enjoy the Easter break by following these simple measures:
- Keep it local
- Keep it to one or two
- Keep it connected
There are lots of activities we can take part in to make this Easter a special time:
- You can still organise an Easter egg hunt in the backyard for your kids.
- There’s lots of online Easter craft ideas to get everyone in the family creative.
- You can still go on a bike ride, take the dog for a walk, do yoga in your backyard or take your horse out on the trail. Just remember – limited to 2 people.
- Show off your ‘Kitchen Rules’ skills by organising a digital dinner party with friends and family. Make it a bake-off and share snaps or videos of your latest creations.
- Watch a live streaming of church services over the Easter period.
- Take your social life online! Chat on the phone with grandparents, swap jokes with your siblings, share a digital drink with a friend. The sky is the limit in a digitally connected world.
If you are looking for a great Easter gift, why not send your loved ones a gift card for their favourite shop, restaurant or spa. It will give them something to look forward to in the future and help support local businesses.
More information at https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/families-community/changes-over-easter