Gold Coast Christmas

Christmas Shopping at Gold Coast / Tweed / Coolangatta
Pacific Fair Shopping Centre is one of Australia’s largest shopping centres, so at Christmas time you know that you’ll be able to find everything that you need, all in one convenient location. There are four levels of retail shops, including the popular department stores for all of your Christmas shopping. Specialty stores and niche outlets will also provide opportunities for gift buying, especially for those who are difficult to please.

You can make a day of it, Christmas Shopping at the Gold Coast’s Pacific Fair, which is also easily accessible from Tweed Heads and Brisbane areas. You will enjoy the almost endless stretches of shops, and also the opportunity to entertain yourself with 12 movie cinemas and food courts.

While you are at Pacific Fair Shopping Centre at the Gold Coast, you will undeniably be rewarded with Christmas cheer. This outlet is professionally decorated in all areas, with Christmas decorations, Christmas lights and Christmas trees. Music will be playing to wish you the best greetings of the season and many retail stores will have Christmas themed displays.

Visits from Santa are regular over the Christmas season and children will have opportunities to receive lollies as gifts, and also have their photographs professionally taken with Santa at the shopping centre. Just be certain to get in early, as the crowds can be busy and the lines can be long.

Christmas Carols on Gold Coast and Tweed Heads
There are many different Christmas carol events in this area, including Broadbeach, Kingscliff, Murwillumbah, Salt, Coolangatta and Tweed Heads. Each of these sessions is suitable for the entire family, and children will love to watch the music and performances, and dance along with them. Expect professional entertainers with beautiful costumes, singing your favourite Christmas songs.

Christmas Carols are a great way to be part of a community, and many community choirs from the Gold Coast and Tweed Heads areas perform. There are food and market stalls, or you can bring your own picnic and stretch out on the grass.

There are many different alternatives for candles that can be used, including traditional candles, glow sticks and battery operated candles. All versions will light up the night and create magic as you sing and dance underneath the stars.Spending Christmas by the beach
If you are planning on visiting The Gold Coast or Tweed Heads areas for Christmas you will find that there are many things to do to keep you busy and entertained. There are many theme parks that are fun during the summer months, and some are water themed. Just be aware of the crowds which swarm to these parks over the Christmas period. You may spend a lot of time in lines and it might be more suitable to arrive early in the day to avoid the midday heat.

Spending Christmas day by the beach is a popular option, as it makes your day simpler and you can relax in beautiful surroundings. People travel to The Gold Coast and Tweed Heads from all over the world, because they boast some of the best beaches on offer in all countries.

You can expect pristine white and golden sands and blue waters. There will be lots of heat for those who enjoy it, but you will need to pack your sunscreen. Wear a hat and protective clothing at all times during your Christmas Day on the beach, to avoid sunburn which is the most major hazard.

Enjoy the day by bringing a picnic, and even a portable Christmas tree. You can bring your own Christmas decorations to create the spirit of the season on the beach, but don’t forget your bathers and a magnificent Christmas feast.

DAYS Til Santa!