Free things to visit this Christmas.
This Christmas in Melbourne is a magical time of the year without the winter wonderlands and snow, what we lack in the snow we make up for a great Aussie barbecue tradition: loading up the esky with bread rolls, beer, snags and burgers salad and tomato sauce. Throughout the summer months, local events and festive lights in the CBD. During the Christmas season, there will be lots of celebration, drinks, food and shopping for gifts, this can be an expensive time of year. We have prepared a list of free festival fun things to do in Melbourne, from a rendezvous with Santa to Myer’s famous Christmas windows.
Christmas Tree at Christmas Square.
There is an exciting array of free events music and entertainments, for the young and old during the Christmas festivities. The main location to see the city’s Christmas tree is at Federation Square festival hub, called Christmas Square, includes Santa’s House, music and festive films. Further festivities continue beyond throughout the with animated projections on iconic buildings and lots of decorations in Melbourne’s famous streets and laneways.
Melbourne has a Gingerbread Village
The Gingerbread Village located at Fed Square it is a beautiful building this is a free event but all money raised will be donated to the Royal Children’s Hospital with a gold-coin donation.
Crown Casino Christmas Spectacular
Visit Crown and see a fully-lit Christmas tree and dazzling animatronic light show with a musical compilation of favourite Christmas songs, running daily from
Christmas Lights at Docklands
Docklands Christmas lighthouse show located at 888 Collins St, Docklands displays Christmas lights seven days a week. Christmas at The District, Docklands.
Myer Christmas Windows
The Myer Christmas windows are located at Bourke Street Mall this year is said to be bigger than the year before, celebrating the 63rd edition of the Myer windows.
Christmas ArtVo at Crown
A good way to take Christmas selfie to take lots of photos in one of twelve Christmas scenarios.
Christmas market in Melbourne
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