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Christmas in Central Geelong

Christmas has kicked off in Central Geelong with the lighting of the floating Christmas tree On November 9 and there is even more to do in Central Geelong this Christmas on the Central Geelong Christmas Trail.

The Myer Geelong Christmas Windows theme is based on the classic children’s book One Christmas Eve by Corrine Fenton and includes all five windows.

The first of this year's new 3D artworks has been completed on The Carousel. Another two will be following in the coming weeks.

The Christmas in Central Geelong augmented reality app is now available in both Apple and Android app shops. Find the markers and discover lovable Christmas characters come to life around Central Geelong.

The Magic Meter Elves will also be back spreading Christmas cheer from 1 December 2018!

You can download the trail as a PDF document and start having fun this Christmas.



When:
Various dates from 9 November 2018 to 7 January 2019
Next on:
16 December 2018
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Where:
Central Geelong
Various locations around Central Geelong
Costs:
Free

Associated Organisations:Central Geelong Marketing
Phone:03 5272 4297
Email:centralgeelong@geelongcity.vic.gov.au
Website:www.centralgeelong.com.au/christmas



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Page last updated: Wednesday, 28 November 2018
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