What to do in Sydney over Easter weekend 2021
We've got you covered for all the opening hours for this Easter long weekend in Sydney.
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This guide has all the things you can do at home this Easter and the shopping centre opening hours for your essentials. From creating architectural feats with lego to painting easter eggs, we've got the entertainment covered for the whole family.
With the current health pandemic, people are urged to maintain good hygiene practices and remember social distancing to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
What would you like to do this Easter long weekend in Sydney?
What shops are open over Easter?
With stricter regulations currently being put into place, most stores have temporarily closed. Grocery stores and pharmacies are still open. These trading hours have been updated as of 7 April 2020 and are subject to change.
While these physical stores are open for essential shopping, most stores offer online shopping and delivery which might be more preferable in light of the situation.
Things to do at home over the Easter long weekend
Free kids activities from Experience Oz
Download and print out some fun activities to keep the kids busy at home.
- Price: Free
Online paint and sip lesson from RedBalloon
Channel your creativity and enjoy your own painting session at home. Get an access for 14 days to your choice of sip and paint session.
- Price: $25
Junior Wooden Cricket Set from Amazon
Go outdoor and have some fun with this wooden cricket set complete with a handy mesh bag to carry around in.
- Price: $20.29
LEGO Architecture Paris from Myer
Keep the kids busy with this LEGO Architecture of Paris's famous landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Elysees, Tour Montparnasse, Grand Palais, Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, plus grass and tree areas.
- Price: $63.99
Portable Soccer Rebounder Net from OZSALE
Practice football at home with this portable soccer rebounder net.
- Price: $109
Paint Your Own Easter Eggs from Target Australia
Have your own Easter egg hunt at home with this paint your own Easter eggs.
- Price: $6
LEGO Creator Expert Roller Coaster from Target Australia
Build this LEGO roller coaster and imagine to take a ride - hold your breath and prepare to scream as you hurtle down the steep drop.
- Price: $329
Monopoly Speed from Target Australia
Not a lot of time? No problem! The Monopoly Speed board game can be played in under 10 minutes.
- Price: $25
Twister Ultimate from Target Australia
- Price: $29
Kids Cubby House with Outdoor Bench from eBay
- Price: $369
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