The countdown to Christmas is well and truly underway, and to help us feed our insatiable hunger for all things festive, we’ve teamed up with QV to round up Melbourne’s very best Christmas events.
Walk-Through Christmas Tree
In an Australian first, QV have unleashed a walk-through Christmas tree, spanning 16 metres in length and laden with unique Christmas characters and magical lights. The tree also features state of the art digital technology that creates moving colour patterns, inspired by the geometry of Melbourne, all over the tree. Now that’s a ‘Gram-worthy Christmas moment if we ever saw one.
Snap To Win
If you managed to snap a pic for the ‘Gram in the iconic, walk-through Christmas tree or you've snagged a picture in the dazzling golden tinsel room, make sure to hashtag #qvchristmas for your chance to win a $500 shopping spree. That’s certainly one way to knock over your Christmas shopping without spending your hard-earned coin.
Why not mix-up your parent’s usual framed portraits for something a little different this year? This year, QV’s Christmas Hub will feature renowned illustrator Zahra Zainal, who will create live, personalised comics of yours truly. A perfectly unique Christmas gift for family or loved ones that they’ll be able to keep for a lifetime, score. Catch Zainal at the QV Christmas Hub on 13 December from 5pm to 8pm.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for someone with a sweet tooth look no further as the Lindt Hub at QV are giving away free personalised Lindt ribbon and gift bags with any purchase of Lindt Lindor 150g gift boxes. Plus, up until Saturday 21 December, you can score delicious free treats including cocktails, fairy floss, popcorn and even doughnut decorating workshops. Click here for the full list of times and dates.
Avoid the 11th hour Christmas rush and head over to QV to nail your Christmas shopping and get festive this season.
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