16 December 2022

A December to Remember in Sunshine

Sunvale Community Park and Playground

To register for this event please visit the following URL: http://www.brimbank.vic.gov.au/christmas2022 →

About this event

Make this a December to Remember by joining us at Sunvale Community Park for some festive family fun.

Movie Screening – The Santa Clause starring Tim Allen


Food trucks and stalls

Market stalls

  • Boo & Woo – "Smelly in a good way", Boo & Woo create handmade sustainably packaged, essential oil based candles to cover the not so good smells of our furry house mates. 
  • Antje, Artje and me – Antje, Artje and Me create custom cross stitch and embroidered earrings, mini frames and custom embroidered pieces.
  • Ezekiel and Co – Gorgeous educational toys and learning resources hand selected by teaching experts, to support every child.
  • Casa Bonita – Casa Bonita sources ethical and sustainably produced crafts from Indigenous communities in Colombia and Ecuador. They empower Latin American and migrant women small businesses with programming to support them in this journey.

Face painting and temporary tattoos

Face painting and temporary tattoos – sure to delight children of all ages! 

Arts and crafts

Our audience can create hanging stars to shine brightly around their homes during the festive season! This activation will use recycled items. 

Santa photos

Come one come all – families are welcome to get their photograph taken with Santa sitting on his bright red throne. 

Neon installations

As the sun sets the neon installations come to life! Our community will be engaged with photo opportunities scattered around the event precinct. It will be possible to create a great social media buzz from night one #christmasinbrimbank

Let’s Talk Brimbank

There will also be an opportunity to meet your local Councillors with a Let’s Talk Brimbank pop-up stall from 6.30-8pm at the event.


Date & Time

Starts: 16 December 2022
 @ 06:30 PM


Sunvale Community Park and Playground

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Brimbank City Council acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of this land, the Wurundjeri People, and pays our respects to Elders past and present.