Easter celebrated online along Myall Coast keeping kids and communities connected

Online Easter Bonnet Parade: Tea Gardens Primary students participated online, including the Selby Family. (left)
Creative Chloe Edwards won first prize for her decorated duck in a local competition hosted by The Crepe Myrtle Tea & Coffee Rooms, Stroud. (right)


Online Easter Hat Parades, Easter Duck Decorating and church services connected the Myall Coast Communities during a quiet Easter.

The Stroud Crepe Myrtle Tea & Coffee Rooms hosted an Easter Decorate a Duck competition and local schools conducted online Easter Bonnet Parades.

Easter School Holidays officially end Sunday 26 April.

At this stage, local public schools will open but due to COVID-19, parents are encouraged to keep children home if possible.


By Sandra MURRAY


Tea Gardens students use social media to share their Easter Bonnets Online (photos by Tea Gardens Primary School Principal Mark Clemson).

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