5 Family-Friendly Activities to do this Christmas
Five Family-Friendly Activities to do this Christmas.
The festive season is here! With a program of exciting Christmas events at Ed. and experiences to enjoy with family and friends, there is no better time to get in the merry mood and make the most of the holiday season. From magical Christmas lights to festive feasting and entertainment, here are five fun family-friendly things to do this Christmas in South-West Sydney.
1. Christmas Lights
Experience the dazzling Christmas lights at South Circuit in Oran Park, a must-go street for magical and epic light displays that will get everyone in a festive vibe! Featuring all the Christmas light trimmings, music, interactive displays, an ice cream van on weekends and more, this is a great way to get the family together after dark for an evening of whimsical wonder.
Can’t get enough Christmas lights? South-West Sydney has a number of light displays in the local area, visit the Sydney Christmas Light Search website to find locations that will be lit up this December and to map a light trail.
Picture source: www.christmaslightsearch.com.au
2. Celebrate festivities at Ed.Square Town Centre
Ed. is bringing the Christmas cheer with a program of fun-filled festivities and free events for the whole family. From Monday 28 November to Friday 23 December, there will be a host of events to enjoy at Ed.Square Town Centre. With festive-inspired workshops for both kids and adults to fresh food sampling, retailer special offers, live performances and Christmas character guest appearances - Ed. is bringing Christmas together to make it a holiday season to remember.
3. Christmas Volunteering
If you’re looking for a way to give back this Christmas, volunteering is a positive and rewarding way to embrace the spirit of the season and connect with the local community. The Salvation Army, Greater Liverpool Corps NSW is seeking volunteers to help with a variety of family-friendly roles for their Christmas Warehouse, from giving out toys to the community, hamper packing, gift wrapping, serving Christmas meals and more. In giving a few hours of your time, your family can help make a difference and spread joy this Christmas.
Photo source: Salvation Army
4. Festive Feasting
As the festive frocks come out and the holiday festivities begin, with it comes gatherings and feasting! Whether you are having an end-of-year party with mates or looking for a casual wine and dine with family, Ed. brings you a delectable offering of merry meals this Christmas with over twenty tasty cuisines and a selection of cafes and restaurants sure to please everyone at the table. Book a festive feast at Ed. and enjoy the celebrations without the cleanup!
5. Make your own Christmas decorations
Are the Christmas cards piling up every year? Give them a new life and make them into festive decorations that the whole family can make together at home. Collect your favourite card designs and cut them into shapes as garlands, and then string them on jute to be hung by the tree. If you don't have any old Christmas cards you can make your own wrapping paper for a personal touch to your gift-giving. All you need is a roll of brown paper, a potato, a cookie cutter and paint. Gather the kids, turn up your favourite Christmas tunes and start your new annual holiday tradition for fun and long-lasting memories!
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