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Every year, Perth gets ready for yet another glorious and spectacular celebration to usher in a merry Christmas. With a host of Christmas decorations, pageants, festive light displays, music, Christmas markets, carols and carnivals, you have many fine things to do this Christmas if you are in Perth.
Discover the magic of Christmas lights:
Gather around to feast on the marvelous display of Christmas lights at one of the most popular and largest events in the city of Perth – the Annual Christmas Lights Trail. Between November and December, a few areas of the city and several installations are decorated with colourful light displays to delight adults and kids alike. Expect to find mesmerizing light displays covering East Perth, Perth CBD, West End and Northbridge. Expect performers and entertainers and immersive music to go with the enchanting lights, creating the ultimate sensory experience during this festive season! Don’t forget to get an interactive map of the Christmas Lights Trail to plan ahead!
Indulge in shopping at the Christmas markets:
The city’s weekly Home Grown markets take on a new avatar and a festive cheer around Christmas time. Look out for a plethora of homemade cakes in every flavour, baked goods including cookies, gingerbread men and pies and Christmas gifts, ranging from tiny trinkets to intricate handiwork items. Best of all, Forrest Place hosts at least 30 to 40 stalls featuring a dizzying variety of street foods that you’ll want to try! The Perth Upmarket is where you need to head if you are looking for handiwork and crafts to buy for Christmas gifting.
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Step into a wonderland:
The Wanneroo Botanic Garden takes on a festive look during Christmas turning into an enchanting wonderland that you would love to visit with your family. Open from late November well into January, don’t miss a chance to explore nearly five acres of sprawling gardens with fantastic Christmas decorations and sparkly trees all around you. Even though you could go anytime within the opening hours, it is best recommended that you visit in the late evening, from 7pm onwards.
Enjoy Christmas carols:
What’s Christmas without the sober Silent Night or the merry Jingle Bells? Carols add festivity and a traditional touch to the season and luckily there are many places in Perth where you can head to if you fancy listening to or singing along to carols. The Lakelands Town Square offers carols, market stalls and food all in one place. The annual Christmas parade and carols by candlelight begins at the Jull Street Mall in Armadale and promises fun, vibrant colours and a great time. There are many other places around the city where you can enjoy carols and beautiful Christmas decorations and banners and most of them involve visits from Santa and lots of fun for kids too! Pack up your candles or LED lights and head over to your nearest destination to join in with hundreds of others to take part in the festivities!
Attend Perth’s end of year concert:
West Australian Symphony Orchestra have been organizing their music concert annually and this is a great way to get into the Christmas mood with everyone’s favourite classics with many performers, guests and a surprise entry from Santa!
Join in with the RAC Christmas Pageant:
Ready to relive your childhood? Want to join a pageant as they make their way through the streets? The RAC Christmas Pageant will feature its floats, musicians, performers, entertainers and all the fun you’d want while spreading Christmas magic to everyone out there. This is a fun-for-all family event that you don’t want to miss.
Perk up your baking skills this Christmas:
This Christmas season, you can take up classes dedicated specifically to hone your skills in baking Christmas specialties. Do you fancy learning to make a gingerbread house, a Christmas chocolate log, tasty cakes and other treats? Sweet Artist Academy, Perth’s premier baking school, is open all December and by Christmas Eve you’ll be all set to give your family and friends a royally delicious surprise. How does that sound?
Merry Christmas, folks!