After suffering multiple injuries including broken bones and blunt trauma, survivors of the tragedy at Tasmanian jumping bridge will need to make slow and steady recovery. 

Two children still need to be in critical condition after they fell 10 metres from a jumping tower during an end of the year celebration at Hillcrest Primary School. 

Since Thursday’s tragedy, six of their classmates died. Doctors worked around the clock trying to save the two survivors. 

As they are still recovering from blunt force trauma and multiple broken bones as well as internal injuries, both remain stable in critical but stable condition.  

According to a reliable source, the Herald Sun has learned that these children have suffered a number of serious injuries. They face slow and long recovery.

Two children are still fighting for life after falling from an airborne jumping castle at Hillcrest Primary School, in Devonport, last Thursday. Emergency services workers are pictured at the scene on the tragedy

Two young children still have a chance at life following their fall from the airborne jumping tower at Hillcrest Primary School in Devonport. The scene was attended by emergency workers.

Addison Stewart (11), Zane Mellor (12), Jalailah Jayne Maree Jones (12), Peter Dodt (12) and Chace Harrison (11) were all celebrating the end of Year 6. Their lives were cut short by tragedy.

Beau Medcraft, their classmate, narrowly avoided death by being thrown onto the inflatable airborne, was seen returning to the incident to express his gratitude to his fellow classmates.

He laid the gaming controllers in a small tribute to the dead classmates at the memorial that is growing outside the school’s gates.

Beau placed four Xbox controllers in the sea of cards and flowers left by local families, while his arms were in casts.

The young boy broke down and hugged his parents.

Beau and 39 others will be interviewed in Tasmania by police officers as well as specialist children interviewers from NSW, part of Coronial investigations into this tragedy.

A source says the two surviving victims suffered a long list of injuries and face a 'very slow' recovery. Pictured: Visitors leave flowers, toys and stuffed animals at a memorial out the front of the school on Friday

According to a source, the survivors suffered many injuries and are expected to make a slow recovery. Pictured: On Friday, visitors left flowers, toys, and stuffed animals outside the school’s memorial. 

He was part of the mourners who visited this site Monday to honor the six high school seniors who had graduated from the primary school.

Barbara Baker, a representative from Tasmania left a note alongside the flowers. It read: “I join the Tasmanian community with feelings of great sadness at the tragedy that occurred at Hillcrest Primary School.”

Graham Deacon and Sharyn Stewart attended the tribute on Sunday, to remember Addison Stewart at 11 years old.

Grandfather Mr Deacon claimed that Addison had a long and fulfilling life but was now gone.

“We are so proud of her. “She is our beautiful grand-daughter, and we’ve looked after her every day since she was a little baby.” 

Zane Mellor’s grandfather, 12 years old, shared an emotion-filled moment on Sunday at the scene of the tragedy, hugging a tree and then sitting down to cry beneath it.

Chase Harrison (pictured, bottom right) died in hospital on Sunday. Zane Mellor, Peter Dodt, Addison Stewart, Jye Sheehan, and Jalailah Jayne-Maree Jones (pictured left to right, top to bottom) died on Thursday

Chase Harrison (pictured bottom right) passed away in hospital Sunday. On Thursday, Zane Mellor (pictured, bottom right), Peter Dodt and Addison Stewart, Jye Stewart, JyeSheehan, Jalailah Jayne–Maree Jones (pictured, left to right, from top to bottom) all died in hospital.

The Daily Telegraph was told by a counsellor that he had entered the grounds to seek answers.

Bradley Carter, Tasmanian rural counsellor, stated that he had seen a granddad looking for closure.

“It was delightful to be with him at this moment. He’s not trying to blame anyone; he just wants answers.

“He does not want jumping castles to be banned. He just wants them to be safer for kids so they can have fun and return home.

Chace Harrison was the latest victim and he died at Royal Hobart Hospital on Sunday.

She was the sixth of six children to go, and her family claimed it was a complete loss.

Karen Wallace from relative stated that “it is so difficult.” “We don’t want to celebrate Christmas.”

The latest victim, Chace Harrison (pictured), died on Sunday morning at the Royal Hobart Hospital

Chace Harrison, the latest victim (pictured), was killed at Royal Hobart Hospital on Sunday.

Basketball Tasmania described Chace as a promising athlete that had been chosen for their future development programs.  

‘It is with the heaviest of hearts that we say goodbye to our little Warrior, Chace,” the Devonport Warriors Basketball Club said.

“To all of you who are affected by this tragic event, we stand with you in your grief. Chace: Find a place where the stars are shining on your basketball court and shoot some hoops.

Devonport Christian School where he was to be started in 2022 is mourning the loss.

A school statement said that the last few days were extremely hard for Devonporters and is now much more difficult as one of our future champions has died. 

“To us, you are part our community. We will always be yours.”

Beau lost six of his Hillcrest Primary School classmates last week after a 'mini-tornado' swept the jumping castle into the air, with the children falling 10 metres to their deaths (pictured, Zane Mellor's mother Georgina lays a tribute at the scene)

Beau, six of his Hillcrest Primary School classmates, were tragically killed in a mini tornado that swept through the jumping arena. The children fell 10m to their death.

Peter Dodt was the son of Miranda McLaughlin and one of six victims in Devonport’s horrific accident.

Because Ms McLaughlin lives with her father Andrew in Tasmania, state borders were closing and she hadn’t been able to see Peter or Cassie since Christmas last year.

Daily Mail Australia was informed by the mother of nine that restrictions were lifted in December and she and Dylan boarded a flight to Devonport.

She didn’t know it, but that would be the final time she saw Peter.

The families of the victims are now planning funerals for their children days before  Christmas, when unopened presents will remain at the bottom of decorative trees. 

On Wednesday, Jalailah Jones will receive a service at the local church Christ of Church.  

Education minister Sarah Courtney (pictured) was visibly emotional as she delivered a bouquet of flowers to the memorial on Saturday

Sarah Courtney, education minister (pictured), appeared visibly moved as she gave a bouquet full of flowers on Saturday to the memorial.