Celebrate Christmas Cheer with a free Christmas Street Party at Belmont Forum Shopping Centre, 227 Belmont Ave, Belmont on Sunday 23 December 2018 from 4-7.30pm. There's live music, roving entertainment, a climbing wall, fairies, DJ, markets, street chalk art and more to enjoy, plus great dinnertime deals, and let's not forget Santa!
With over 140 stores, this is not all that's on offer at Belmont Forum. There's free photos with Santa, Christmas cooking demonstrations, giveaways, and much more. Spending $50 or more between 17-24 December at any specialty store at Belmont Forum could win you a gift on display when you present your receipt at the Free Gift Booth near the travelator.
Say Hi to Santa from 8-24 December near ALDI every day until Christmas Eve. Bring your camera for a free photo. Check for Santa Hours HERE, which in general is from 10am to 2pm each day with some days starting at 11am instead and an extended time on the 20th of December.
Head to the fresh food precinct and you'll bump into Chef Sophie Budd from Taste Budds. Cooking Studio will be hosting free cooking demos and sharing her favourite recipes. If you collect Belmont Forum's free Christmas Edition pocket cookbook from each demonstration, you'll end up getting these recipes. Click HERE for cooking demonstration times and dates.
Once you've bought some Christmas goodies to give away, visit the volunteers near Cotton On between 10-24 December at the Gift Wrapping Station, and they'll wrap your gifts for a gold coin donation. All profits go towards local community groups.
The kids don't miss out either with free fun to entertain them. Josephine's Christmas Barnyard Show runs on Wed 12 December from 10-11.30am opposite The Coffee Club. The Magical Mrs Claus Show, again opposite The Coffee Club, runs on Wed 19 December from 10am-11.30am.
On Thursday 20 December, head to ALDI from 4-7pm to enjoy some holiday cheer from Santa and his friends. Look forward to a special appearance from The Naughty Elf, performances from Christmas stilt characters, face painting and more. The first 150 kids to visit Santa will receive a free gift to take home.