Santa Snaps at Robina Town Centre
6 November - 24 December
Touching down on Saturday 6th November as an early Christmas gift for Gold Coasters, Covid-safe style holiday happy snaps with Santa himself are returning to Robina Town Centre along with the always-popular Pet Photos and Sensitive Santa experience, ensuring this festive season is extra merry and bright for the community.
And there’s good reason to get the jump on your annual Christmas keepsake for the fridge (more so than just beating the festive rush!), with Santa rewarding early birds who visit him between 6th – 30th November with a bonus 6” x 8” print photo valid with package purchases over $49.95*.
Santa’s magical Enchanted Forest – located outside Myer and Kookai – is prepped and ready for his grand arrival, featuring a gorgeous new backdrop designed with social distancing in mind and fir trees adorned in hundreds of twinkling lights, while a number of measures have been introduced to safeguard the community’s health and wellbeing.
In addition to a dedicated team of helpers and cleaning ambassadors who will be on hand, Santa’s HQ will also be fitted out with multiple sanitising stations, and safe processes for viewing and collecting photos in place. Queuing is so 2019, with Santa granting a wish for online bookings again this year, so jump onto the Centre’s website as soon as possible to secure your preferred spot: https://robinatowncentre.qicgre.com/Promotions/2021/11/Xmas-21-_Santa-Photography
Local Christmas revellers are also invited to dust off their finest festive outfits ahead of their meet-and-greet with Saint Nick – from Santa hats to bauble earrings and antlers, tinsel-draped t-shirts and all things that sparkle – making sure your picture really pops while also keeping everyone safe.
To celebrate Santa’s first day in the top job at Robina Town Centre this season, families are invited to join in on the festive fun from 11.00am – 2.00pm on 6th November, with Christmas-themed face painting and balloon twisting adding to the festive cheer throughout the centre.