Online peer support is available for families and friends of people with mental ill health. This is an opportunity to chat and share information online with other people with similar experiences. As a support person, it is important to take a break and spend some time talking to people who understand what youâ€™re going through.
Across Tasmania/Online - Social Activities
The Tasmanian Archives (a part of Libraries Tasmania), and Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), are are collecting photographs, writing and a variety of objects to capture Tasmanians' experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your contributions will help capture this moment to help future generations understand the Tasmanian experience of the pandemic.
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Fly with Par Avion around Tasmania, with flights around Melaleuca, Launceston, Strahan and Hobart.Â
Sisongke is meeting through Zoom to chat while they work out how to start learning songs online. Sisongke is a joyous dynamic, 'a capella' community choir that is open to everyone, regardless of singing ability. The name "Sisongke" means "together" in Zulu, and the group now sings all sorts of World Music.
Become a member of Music Tasmania to support local Tasmanian artists during COVID-19, enjoy listening to (and maybe discovering) local talent, and receive other membership benefits. It's the next best thing to a live gig.