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Four ways to celebrate Mother's Day in 2020

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and even though a nice breakfast out may not be possible, there are still plenty of ways that you show that you care.

Whether you are sending your love from afar or spending the day together, here are just a few ways to celebrate Mother’s Day from home.


Have brunch delivered

Although you won’t be able to dine in at Mum’s favourite café, there are still plenty of local businesses serving warm coffee and delicious takeaway meals.

This could also be a great opportunity to support a local business in your community that has recently fallen on hard times.


Watch your favourite movie together

If you’d organised to butter up the popcorn for a movie night with your mum, you don’t have to give up those plans.

Try using Netflix Party, a free app that allows you to watch movies with your loved ones online while chatting with them at the same time.

Download Netflix Party to your computer -


Host a virtual dinner

If you’re not able to pop in for dinner with your mum this weekend, why not host a virtual dinner with the entire family?

A digital dinner can be just as fun and carefree as a regular dinner, and can also be a good opportunity to catch up with loved ones you might not have seen for some time.

There are plenty of free apps that you can use on your smartphone or computer to set up a virtual dinner.

Find out more about these apps here -


Send her a gift basket or a hamper

Flowers and chocolates are always a good way to show your mum that you care, but what about something a little more unique like a gift basket or a hamper?

From luxury candles and bath bombs to chocolates and bikkies, there’s a range of businesses providing Mother’s Day hampers across Australia, including:

Gourmet Basket -

Byron Bay Gifts -

The Hamper Emporium -


If you need more great gift ideas, read our previous post -


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