Santa skydives into Christmas event

Published 5:00pm 11 December 2023

Santa skydives into Christmas event
Words by Moreton Daily

A skydiving Santa added an element of excitement to Caboolture Christmas Carols on Saturday, December 9th.

See the videos and images of skydiving Santa below!

The event was held at Centenary Lakes Park from 4-8pm.

Santa thrilled children when he parachuted into the event before meeting many of them and hearing their Christmas wishes.

Caboolture Christmas Carols also gave children the chance to explore Santa’s Village and discover their creativity in Santa’s Workshop.

Watch the video

Santa experiments with alternative methods of flight

Santa arrived to cheers from the crowd, who had been spending the day enjoying the sunny Christmas festivities such as petting llamas, writing letters to Santa, and enjoying various entertainment acts. 

Footage courtesy of Steve Fitchett, and skydive made possible by the Ramblers Skydive team.

Skydiving Santa soars down under: bringing yuletide cheer


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