Roller-skate in Carlton, swing on a giant bell in Docklands and head to the iconic Myer Christmas windows in the central city to celebrate 100 years of Disney this festive season.
The Christmas Festival is well underway, with decorations bringing colour and joy to every corner of the city.
Our popular Christmas Projections have returned to Town Hall, plus a new showstopping 142-metre projection on Flinders Street.
Exciting additions to this year’s festival program include:
- a roller-skating rink in Carlton
- a pop-up playground at Queensbridge Square with bell swings, a dance floor and an interactive orchestra
- the Christmas Eve Circus Spectacular, bringing festive cheer to Town Hall.
We’re also supporting small events across the city, such as Christmas markets, workshops and laneway parties, through our Christmas Collective grants program. So there’s plenty more to discover.
The Christmas Festival runs until 25 December.
All attractions are free, except the Christmas Eve Circus Spectacular, which is raising money for the Good Giving appeal for Make Room – a City of Melbourne project creating new pathways out of homelessness.
Major partners include the Victorian Government, Fed Square and TAC.
For more information, visit What’s On Melbourne.