2020 has been a challenging year for many, with lives altered and changes made to accommodate our new reality. But alongside this challenge, reflection has inspired hope too. Our connection to our community has deepened and together we have rallied to provide support for those most in need. While we understand here at Castle Towers that Christmas may look a little different this year, we hope you’ll join us to celebrate what makes us all strong. Finding joy in everyday moments, rekindling our favourite family traditions and seeking out simple pleasures wrapped up with plenty of cheeky festive cheer.
Kicking things off, why not gather your nearest and dearest for a magical holiday snap to round out 2020? We’re re-framing Santa Photos this year in line with NSW health advice, so expect a unique, new perspective for your annual Christmas keepsake. And if you can’t make it in-Centre for your snap with the big man in red, we’re also offering a Castle Towers first: zoom calls with Santa!
Book your Santa photos HERE
Book your Christmas zoom call HERE
Sensory Santa Photos
Every family deserves the opportunity to capture a special Christmas memory with Santa, so we are delighted to bring our Sensory Santa sessions back in 2020. We’re creating a low-stress, sensory-friendly environment that can be enjoyed by all, where children can meet Santa within his magical Castle before the Centre opens, with plenty of time to chat and run through their Christmas wish lists in calm and comfortable surrounds.
Book your Sensory photos HERE All Sensory sessions are booked out.
Christmas Trading Hours
We're extended our trading our to give you more time to find that perfect gift.
View our Christmas trading hours HERE
How we're keeping our community safe
Our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our customers, staff and retailers is our primary priority, so we will continue to implement and maintain a number of precautionary measures to help keep our community safe this Christmas.
Click HERE for details on how we're keeping our community safe this Christmas