Christmas in Randwick City

Christmas 2021

Randwick City was blooming with Christmas cheer in December 2021. Although we were unable to celebrate with our much-loved Coogee Carols, we were not letting that stop us from spreading festivities across the City. No matter where you live, you were able to find Christmas joy in your suburb.

For more information contact our Events Team on 9093 6200 or email events@randwick.nsw.gov.au

Christmas decorations

Christmas decorations were installed in ten locations. You were able to find Christmas trees, illuminated candy canes, Christmas wreaths, and light installations.

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Decorative tree wraps

We’ve wrapped more than 250 trees in suburbs across Randwick City. The pretty red and white wrapping could be found in Alison Park (Randwick), Barwon Park (Matraville), Maroubra Beach, Pine Ave (Little Bay), Clovelly Beach, The Spot and near the playground in La Perouse.

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Christmas chalk art

If you haven’t seen the chalk art that has been decorating our City in various locations over the past year, then it’s worth a look!

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Roving Christmas cheer!

If you were out and about finishing your Christmas shopping the weekend of December 18 and 19, you were bound to run into some roving Christmas cheer! There were Christmas elves, candy canes, Christmas gifts as well as Christmas Trees on skates roaming our town centres and beaches in Randwick, Clovelly, Matraville, Kingsford, Kensington and Maroubra. We hope you grabbed a photo!

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Your face on a post card!

On December 18 & 19 and 29 & 30 you were able to be part of our interactive post card pop-ups.

The postcards were free and took place in the following locations between 10am – 5pm:

  • La Perouse Museum (December 18)
  • Coogee Beach (December 19)
  • Clovelly Beach (December 29)
  • and Maroubra Beach (December 30)

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Pop-up music set to begin...

Just like last year, we’ll be hosting numerous artists across our City to bring fun and atmosphere to our town centres and beaches. More than 100 pop-up music performances took place most Fridays through to Sunday, beginning Friday 17 to Sunday 19 December.

More information can be found here.

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Food truck pop-up

What would Christmas be without food trucks? Food trucks were at Heffron Park Netball Courts for our Christmas Eat, Drink & Play event, which took place from Thursday 16 December to Sunday 19 December. With numerous trucks attending, there was  something for everyone! From pizza, to ice-creams, to burgers, Brazilian BBQ, vegan meals, donuts and more! Trucks were there on Thursday 16 Dec from 4pm – 10pm and from Friday 17 – Sunday 19 from noon to 10pm. There was live music from 5pm - 8pm daily.

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