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Best Places to See Santa in Perth

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by Sarah M (subscribe)
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Published November 25th 2013
A visit to see Santa Claus is a special part of Christmas, most kids love to see Santa and tell him what they want for Christmas. Santa will be arriving in town soon and if your kids would like to see him, most shopping centres and large department stores have their very own Santa, but where are the best places to see Santa in Perth?

Image Courtesy of the Myer website


Myer

At Myer stores you can visit Santa in Santaland. There are lots of free fun activities for kids, have a photo taken with Santa, ride on the Santaland Express and don't forget to write a letter to Santa and post it in the special Santa mailbox.

Booragoon

You can visit Santa at the Garden City Shopping Centre every day until Christmas Eve. Every child who visits Santa will receive a Christmas Stocking and colouring pens.

Bring your little ones along to have breakfast with Santa at Garden City Shopping Centre. That's right, on Sunday 8th December, 2013, at 8am, children can enjoy a yummy Breakfast with Santa, plus there will be story telling with Mrs Claus, face painting, magic and appearances by Tom and Jerry. Tickets for the Breakfast with Santa are $10.00 per person, this includes a goodie bag to take home for each child. Bookings are essential and places are limited so get in quick.

David Jones

This year at David Jones stores you can visit Santa until Christmas Eve. There is a new look Magic Cave and enchanted Christmas world where you can see Santa and all his friends, meet David the Talking Tree and discover your Elf Self. Don't forget to have your photo taken with Santa.



Karrinyup

See Santa at the Karrinyup Shopping Centre and have a photo taken with him. Every child who visits Santa will receive a gift.

Also at Karrinyup Shopping Centre, children can have fun decorating Christmas Cookies at Santa's Cookie Decorating Workshop. This free event will be running from Monday 9th December until Friday 20th December, 2013, between 9.30am and 1pm each week day.

Westfield Shopping Centres

At the Westfield Carousel Shopping Centre, Westfield Innaloo and Westfield Whitford City you can meet Santa and have a photo taken with him right up until Christmas Eve.

Enjoy a yummy Breakfast with Santa on Saturday 7th December, from 8am to 9am, at Westfield Carousel Shopping Centre There will be face painting, balloons and appearances by fun characters, Miffy, Bananas in Pyjamas and Lunar Jim. Tickets are $5.00 per person and bookings are essential as places are limited.

At Westfield Whitford City there will be a Santa Breakfast on Saturday 7th December, 2013, between 8.30am and 10.30am. Enjoy breakfast with Santa and his Elves, have fun with face painting, balloon twisting, an animal farm and more. Tickets for this event at $5.00 per person, paid on the day, but places are limited so register your interest on-line.

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You can take your kids to visit Santa at local shopping centres all over Perth including Mirrabooka Square, Midland Gate, Lakeside Joondalup Centro Maddington, or Cockburn Gateways, Shopping Centres.

These are just some of the places where Santa will be this Christmas. Remember to check the website for appearance times before attending.

If you know of any other places where Santa will be please let us know, Where are the Best Places to See Santa in Perth?
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Why? To Meet Santa and Tell Him All Your Christmas Wishes
When: November and December 2013
Where: In and Around The Perth Area
Cost: Visits to Santa are Free, Photo Prices Vary
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