Santa comes to the Tweed
IT’S the most exciting time of the year, as children hang stockings up and leave cookies out for Santa.
Tweed residents are getting into the Christmas spirit as the countdown begins for the big day of festivities with friends and family.
This year we have captured residents all across the region getting among the Christmas activities, from Tweed Heads to Murwillumbah.
Many people are looking forward to meeting with their family, friends and enjoying a well-deserved break before the new year arrives.
From Tweed Shire Council officers, Gold Coast Airport employees and service station attendants, residents have been spotted kicking back and enjoying the festive cheer as Christmas approaches in just three more sleeps.
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News would like to wish all of our readers a merry Christmas and happy new year.
CLAUS AND PAWS: Bec Byrnes from the Animal Welfare League of Queensland with Santa and Mrs Claus.
Tweed Shire Council officer Sandie Lane, general manager Troy Green and officer Mark Tickle.
The Virgin flight crew hang out with Mr and Mrs Claus.
Murwillumbah South Mayor Phil Taylor gets into the Christmas spirit.
Gold Coast Airport volunteer Shaji Koc.
Renee from BP Murwillumbah is jumping for joy these holidays.
Tiger Airways staff Rashmita Kaur, Eryn Dolan, Fiona Cauchi and Maegen Hearn.
The Clauses join Alexandria and puppy Reggie.
Gold Coast Airport media staff James Gough and Nikki Todd.