The Easter holiday period takes place from April 10-13, and while it might feel a bit different to other Easters of the past, there's plenty you can be doing to make it different to other days at home of late. We've listed some ways to get into the spirit of it, with live-streamed church services, films and mouthwatering recipes to try in the kitchen with loved ones.   

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Baking with Miann's hot cross buns recipe

Miann on Fort Street have shared their incredible hot cross buns recipe so you can have a go at creating magic from the comfort of your own kitchen. Besides the recipe, they've even shared a step-by-step video on their Instagram story - check our their highlights reel on their page now and get baking up a storm! 

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St Matthews-in-the-city online church service 

A religious holiday after all, tune in to St Mathew-in-the-City's Easter services which will be livestreamed via their Facebook page and social channels

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Easter colouring-in competition with Smith & Caughey's 

To get into the Easter spirit, Smith & Caughey's have a great colouring in exercise and competition running for children 12 years and under. Simply download the colouring in sheet on their website, fill it in with flair, submit it and you'll go in the draw to win an Easter prize pack which includes a bunny soft toy, book and puzzle.  

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Watch Academy Cinema's Easter Double Feature: The Holy Mountain/The Devils 

Academy Cinema had their annual cult favourites scheduled to screen on Holy Saturday, April 11, but never fear, from Wednesday April 8, their On Demand service will be available so you stream these and more great films and new releases over Easter from the comfort of your living room. 

Last updated: 07 April 2020

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