Discover a festive playground at Fed Square with an array of exciting free events to get you in the Christmas spirit! From markets to concerts there is something for everyone to enjoy while waiting for Santa to arrive!
Giant Christmas Bauble
29 Nov – 30 Dec | Daily | St Paul’s Court
Come and see the first of its kind ever displayed in Australia, the six metre high white bauble will glitter during the day and twinkle at night. Illuminating the court opposite St Paul’s Cathedral, the pretty bauble will celebrate the festive season and be a beacon for all. Visitors will be able to walk into the bauble, take a selfie and celebrate the joy of Christmas in Fed Square.
Christmas Projection Show
30 Nov – 25 Dec | Daily | 9pm – 11pm | The Square
For the very first time, this Christmas will see City of Melbourne’s mesmerising Christmas Projection Show at Melbourne Town Hall extend to Fed Square, decorating the facades with festive cheer. From 9pm each night a continuous light show of much-loved Christmas characters will create an immersive Christmas spectacle for all to enjoy.
Fed Square’s Festive Fair
18 December | 10am – 5pm | The Square
Bring the family to Fed Square for a relaxing Sunday of shopping, food and entertainment. With an array of activities on offer the day caters to the young, old and everyone in between. Don’t miss out on the fantastic line-up of local busking talent supported by City of Melbourne.
18 – 23 December | At 12:30pm | The Big Screen
Get in the festive spirit with your favourite Christmas movies playing on The Big Screen in the week leading up to Santa’s arrival.
Sunday 18 December – Dr.Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (10am start)
Monday 19 December – Home Alone
Tuesday 20 December – Elf
Wednesday 21 December – A Christmas Carol
Thursday 22 December – Fred Clause
Friday 23 December – Rise of the Guardians
Christmas Eve at Fed Square
24 December | 5:30pm – 7:30pm | The Square
Come on down to Fed Square this Christmas Eve for a special family concert featuring The Jingle Belles and DJ Fiona Scott Norman! Then stay around after the concert as we cross to Carols by Candlelight on the Big Screen.