Darling Harbour Christmas

by John on November 4, 2009

Christmas on Darling Harbour kicks into full swing at 8.00pm on Saturday 28th November with a free concert, Santa’s arrival and official lighting of the huge Christmas Tree in the Convention Centre forecourt, plus an awesome fireworks display to finish off the evening. This is going to be a fabulous way to start the festive season, yet it is just the beginning of what will be a month of fun and Christmas frolics hosted by the Darling Harbour Foreshore Authority, with exciting things to see and do that the whole family will enjoy.

Sunday, November 29th, heralds the exciting and highly popular Sunday Telegraph, Sydney Christmas Parade. Starting at Pitt and Hunter Streets, the parade will travel along George St and finally turn into Liverpool St, finishing in the beautiful Tumblong Park of Darling Harbour. Once there, the festivities continue and include a free concert with top line artists, booths and other free entertainment. What a way to kick off the Christmas season!

Christmas Carols by the Tree begins on December 3rd, continuing every Thursday to Sunday nights, right through until Christmas Eve when a gala concert, which culminates with fireworks, winds up the free Christmas events. The live Christmas Carols are held in the Convention Centre forecourt next to the big Christmas Tree, starting nightly at 7.00pm.

Come along, bring the family and enjoy all the free entertainment on Darling Harbour this Christmas Season. Darling Harbour is a pretty fabulous place at anytime of the year, but at Christmas, Darling Harbour is more than special.   

 

 

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Tammy September 25, 2010 at 2:58 pm

Myself and my two boys met family in Sydney christmas of 2009. It was the first time my boys and I had been to Sydney. We stayed at Novatel on Darling Harbour which was easy access to everything. We either walked, took the tram or the ferry to every place we went to. In the 9 nights that we were there we didn’t get to see or do everything so a trip back in the future is a must. Sydney is absolutely stunning. I loved it.

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