Mount Isa residents are dressing up with others across Australia to do a regular chore, take the bin out.
While COVID-19 has the nation in isolation, many believe the bin is going out more often than residents so many Aussies are dressing up for the occasion. Outfits have included costumes and household items with many posting their outing to social media.
Mount Isa mum Kylie Rixon videoed her daughters, Ruby and Lilly, taking the bin out in a cardboard box and posted the clip to the Bin Isolation Outing Facebook page, which has more than 288,000 members.
"We had an old box in the backyard and the kids played with it all weekend. They were walking around trying to coordinate how they walk and do things with a box over their head, so I challenged them to put the bin out and they gave it crack," Ms Rixon said.
"When I posted it to the Facebook page I was surprised with the response because there is some pretty crazy ideas on there. Mine was quite tame but it was still good old fashion fun on a Sunday."
Ms Rixon said the Bin Isolation Outing initiative was brilliant.
"It brings us all together in a different way that we didn't really know before," she said.
"Everybody takes the bin out, so anyone can jump on board if they have a rubbish bin. It really helps us engage with everybody and have that sense of community."
Ms Rixon said it also provided entertainment for many locals.
"It is a bit of fun for those taking part, driving past or who see the videos on social media," she said.
"Who knows we might make this a regular occurrence now."
The Rixon family is not the only locals who have taken part in the challenge.
Susan Sparkles uploaded a video of a devil taking the bin out, while Tennille Lovelock posted a video of a 1920s fan girl/man waving to traffic while walking to the curb.
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