If you haven’t seen how they turned the town hall and Federation Square into a big and bright Christmas town, then you’re probably living under a rock. From the Christmas carols chiming through the Federation Bells, to bright stories illuminating the town hall, to a giant Lego Christmas tree displayed in the City Square; Melbourne is coming alive with Christmas cheer. Be part of the Melbournian holiday spirit this December with fun, funky, festive, and (sometimes) free events all month long:
Cinema Under the Stars
For more information call the Arts and Culture hotline on 0411 199 122. For movie schedules and other events, check out the City of Boroondara website or the City of Boroondara Facebook page.
Ice Cream Appreciation Masterclass
Whoever you are and whatever you’re into, Helados Juaja’s artisan creations will make your tastebuds tingle and your heart flutter with happiness. Taste all 24 flavours in their range this 12th of December in their Ice Cream Appreciation Masterclass. For more information check out the Helados Juaja website.
Christmas Carols by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
To end 2015 with a bang, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) gives you two Christmas concerts, conducted by conductor, arranger, pianist, presenter, and natural comedian, Briamwell Tovey. Prepare for an eargasmic night at the Hamer Hall on the 12th and 13th of December as the MSO plays everything from 13th century chants to modern Christmas songs.
For a great evening of Christmas carols, old and new, call 9929 9600 or visit the MSO website.
Love Your Local Markets
For more information on times, dates, or even applications for stalls and musicians, email email@example.com or visite the Love Your Local Twilight Markets website.
There are loads more to see, do, and eat in and around Melbourne! But with the amount of shopping and the number of places you’ll be going to in a day, you really wouldn’t want to take public transportation. Don’t have a car of your own? No worries, just book your Melbourne car rental, drive to multiple destinations, and keep your shopping bags safe and sound. Happy Holidays!