German Christmas Market 2023

Sat 25 Nov 3-8pm

Annual German Christmas Market – bring on the Christmas cheer!  

Spend an afternoon with your family and friends and get for realz into Christmas cheer! Have a bratwurst with sauerkraut and make your choice amongst the largest pretzel selection this town has to offer! And not to miss delicious chocolate, cold or hot punch, candied almonds, cookies (Plätzchen), potato soup or potato salad with frankfurter and the best German cakes and Christmas candy. Browse the wonderful craft stalls stocking up on your gifts. If you’re after more, there are several food trucks ready for you. You won’t go home hungry! If you’re lucky you’ll find yourself singing German Christmas carols in no time amongst your fellow Christmas elves.

Kids can make a Christmas craft in the children’s grotto and all the way from the North Pole, Santa will be there! If you have too much energy after all the candy, get ready to jump your joy out in the Mega Bouncy Castle! (adults are allowed!) This is the Christmas market for the whole family which you do not wanna miss! Doggies outside on leash are welcome. No alcohol.


Free entry

For more info visit:

German Christmas Market 


The Crossing Community Centre
30-44 Kaurilands Road

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