Locals perform at Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols

Published 9:00am 24 November 2023

Locals perform at Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols
Words by Moreton Daily

The Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols are back, and they're bigger and better than ever.

Get ready to ring in the holiday season with the highly anticipated Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols.

The Nathan Road Sports Complex will be transformed into a festive wonderland for the annual carols on Sunday, December 3 from 4-8pm.

Main stage - Presented by Ausbuild

Sing along to your favourite festive carols as the Ausbuild main stage comes alive with enchanting performances from local choirs and dance groups, bands and entertainers. Their talented acts will have your festive spirit tuned to the max.

Santa’s Village - Presented by Yvette D’Ath MP

Locals perform at Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols

Santa's village presented by Yvette D’Ath MP will be buzzing with excitement as kids immerse themselves in the holiday spirit by taking part in a variety of Christmas activities.

Of course, no Christmas event would be complete without a visit from the jolly man himself.

Santa will be available at selected times for meet and greets.

It’s the perfect opportunity for the little ones to share their Christmas wishes with Santa and make sure you snap a photo to remember the moment.

Santa’s special North Pole Express Letterbox will be inside Santa’s Village too, so kids can write a letter to Santa and pop it into the mailbox themselves.

Make sure to include your address to receive a letter back from Santa.

Santa’s Workshop - Presented by Sesame Lane

Locals perform at Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols

Sesame Lane’s Santa's workshop offers a haven of creativity and joy for children of all ages.

They can engage in craft activities and unleash their creativity with hands-on holiday-themed crafts, making their own festive masterpieces to take home.

Sesame Lane’s Santa’s workshop also offers free face painting, allowing children to transform into their favourite Christmas characters or embrace the spirit of the season with festive designs.

Twilight markets and food trucks

Indulge in some retail therapy at the twilight markets, where you'll be able to complete a little Christmas shopping by browsing an array of unique and delightful market stalls.

And when hunger strikes, the food trucks will be ready to satisfy your cravings with an assortment of delicious bites.

Fireworks finale

As the night draws to a close, prepare to be dazzled by a spectacular fireworks finale.

The sky will light up with an explosion of colours at 8pm, adding an extra touch of magic to the event.

The Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols is a must-attend event for the whole family.

Mark your calendars for Sunday, December 3 and head to Nathan Road Complex to celebrate the festive season.

Event Details

Date: Sunday, December 3

Time: 4–8pm

Location: Nathan Road Sports Complex

Find out more about the 2023 Redcliffe Peninsula Christmas Carols.

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