Christmas events to light up Broome this festive season
Published on 24 November 2021
Christmas is fast approaching and plans for the Shire of Broome’s annual Christmas celebrations are full steam ahead.
Chinatown Christmas Trails will be held on Friday, December 3 and the Christmas Carols at Town Beach hosted on Sunday, December 12.
The Christmas Trails event will be taking place all over Chinatown this year, now that the Revitalisation Project is finished in its entirety.
The new lights will be dazzling in Chinatown and our town will be lit up in festive style, to celebrate this special time of year.
Santa and his elves will be visiting Chinatown once again and there are lots of activities to keep the kids entertained.
The adults haven’t been forgotten either - there is music from local performers to enjoy, food and drinks, and Christmas shopping galore.
The Christmas Carols at Town Beach is a traditional Christmas Carols by candlelight, presented by Broome’s combined churches and the Shire.
Shire of Broome president Harold Tracey said there would be fun activities and entertainment for the whole family at these Christmas events.
“This is an ideal chance to come together as a community, have some fun, support local business and celebrate our wins for the year,” he said.
“It is great to see all the churches collaborating for a joint event, while the Christmas Trails is a favourite in the family calendar.
“Both events celebrate the festive season of Christmas and allow the whole community to get together before the end of 2021.”
Full event programs will be released closer to the date.