Santa is on his way, and he is bringing a few friends with him

by LukeAdmin

The countdown is now on with Christmas only 7 weeks away!

Erina Fair will kick off the festive season and welcome our buddy Santa with a sense of wonder by providing festive experiences to make your shopping experience a little bit easier and of course fun.

Mark in your calendar Santa’s arrival on Saturday 13 November. To celebrate, Erina Fair are hosting a first-to-market Toy Chest experience where children can receive their first gift of Christmas.

This larger-than-life installation, dressed in a playful, pastel palette and filled with magic will be a bookable experience to the first 200 children on Saturday 13 November and Sunday 14 November. Children can take home their very own Toy Soldier cookie and custom Teddy, delivered directly from the North Pole, with its very own name and birth certificate. Plus, enjoy a VIP meet and greet from Peppa Pig, Pinkfong & Baby Shark.

Watch little faces light up as Toy soldiers and Teddies come to life at our Toy Chest and be sure to snap a selfie inside our Christmas photo booth.

Plus, let us help you cherish the moment and book in for your annual (socially distanced) Santa photos, pet photos or Sensitive Santa experience, featuring the man in red at our magical snowy wonderland.

Join us in centre this Santa Arrival Saturday and get a head start on your Christmas shopping.

For more information about Christmas at Erina Fair, visit the Centre website or follow us on socials channels via @erinafair.

Quotes attributable to Stephen Ross, Centre Manager:

“This year has had many challenges for families, and we know people are really looking forward to the Christmas season. We’re excited to be bringing back all the magic and joy of the season and spending time with Santa and the elves, but in a COVID-safe way.

“We’re expecting to see customers adapt their shopping behaviours this Christmas and we’re encouraging people to start their shopping early and plan their visit to the Centre. This way, we can ensure everyone has a joyous and safe Christmas.”

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