‘Tis almost the season to be jolly, with the countdown now on to Christmas in the Moreton Bay Region. So, warm up your vocal cords and get ready for four big Christmas carols events.
It all starts when Moreton Daily presents Caboolture Christmas Carols on November 28 at Centenary Lakes.
North Lakes Christmas Carols follows on December 5 at Kinsellas Sports Complex, with Redcliffe Christmas Carols at Moreton Daily Stadium on December 12 and Pine Rivers Christmas Carols at Pine Rivers Park on December 19.
Entry to all four events is free.
Santa’s Village is returning in 2021, giving children the chance to meet the man in red (socially distanced) and take a photo. It will also feature roving entertainment, craft workshops, face-painting and children can write a letter to Santa while they’re there.
The carols events’ signature giant snow globes are also back, providing the perfect white Christmas photo opportunity. Cost is $10 per group.
Making their debut this year are Christmas llamas! Families can give them a pat and even have their photos taken with them.
There will also be plenty of food trucks to purchase dinner and a stellar line-up of local artists and community groups performing your favourite Christmas carols at each event.
Don’t miss the fireworks at 8pm at each event.
Christmas Carols in the Moreton Bay Region is presented by Moreton Daily in partnership with Moreton Bay Region Industry and Tourism, Moreton Bay Regional Council and media partners Channel 9 and B105.
Caboolture Christmas Carols
Sunday, November 28
North Lakes Christmas Carols
Kinsellas Sports Complex
Sunday, December 5
Redcliffe Christmas Carols
Moreton Daily Stadium
Sunday, December 12
Pine Rivers Christmas Carols
Pine Rivers Park
Sunday, December 19
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