Santa’s a special guest
PALM Beach Parklands will come alive with music, face painting, barnyard animals, carols and fireworks on December 17.
Christmas by the Sea is open to everyone.
Families are invited to bring a picnic blanket and enjoy an evening under the stars.
From 4.30pm parents can listen to the sweet sounds of the jazz band while they settle in and watch kids get their face painted or visit barnyard animals.
Santa will make an appearance so children can let him know what they want for Christmas.
A gold coin donation for these activities will go toward this year’s chosen charity, Crossing Divides.
This is a Gold Coast-based, non-profit arts organisation that provides programs for young people with disabilities.
At 5.30pm, guests can enjoy the Currumbin Primary School Choir before joining in singing favourite carols and watching a lantern parade.
Food and drink will be available from the Dune Cafe and food stalls, offering sausage sizzle, nachos, fun floss, snow cones and more.
To end the night there will be a spectacular firework display.
Limited free parking is available at the venue, 945 Gold Coast Highway, Palm Beach.
For more information call 5534 7999.
Kids will enjoy playing on the beach at the Palm Beach Parklands’ Christmas by the Sea event.