Christmas is coming to Myer

Myer will unveil the 63rd season of its Christmas animated windows on Friday 9 November from 6:00pm at its flagship Melbourne store, with a festival to celebrate the opening including roaming entertainment and performers.

In addition to Melbourne, Myer will also be unveiling the 16th season of its Christmas animated windows on Saturday 10 November from 7:00am at its flagship Brisbane store.

A top-secret theme will be revealed at the Bourke and Queen Street stores, where shoppers can expect to be wowed with this year’s story-line based on a renowned and much-loved children’s storybook.

Santa Claus and his elves will join in the magic of Christmas to officially launch Santaland and the Santaland Express, a life-sized train that will whisk shoppers away on a virtual journey from Myer Central Station to Santaland.

Kids are invited to write their Christmas wishlist’s, visit Santa Claus and Mrs Claus’ Residence for a photo with Santa and enjoy Santa’s workshop testing out the latest toys and gadgets.

WHERE

Myer, Melbourne

Bourke Street Mall

Myer, Brisbane

Queen Street

WHEN

Myer, Melbourne: Friday November 9, 6:00pm

Myer, Brisbane, Saturday November 10, 7:00am

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