It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Brisbane! πŸ˜ƒ

The festive season is just around the corner, with Christmas being only a month away! Where did that time go?! :O Some of you might be used to having a hot summer Christmas, but for most of you, this will be a new experience! If you are in Australia this Christmas, make sure you celebrate true Aussie style, by kicking back with loved ones or your mates on the beach, fry up the barbecue and listen to the famous Triple J countdown on the radio. Whatever you choose to do, there will be plenty of Christmas activities to see and do around Brisbane. This weekend marks the beginning of the festivities! πŸ™‚
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The Lighting of the Christmas Tree
The official opening ceremony will kick off this Friday night, with the lighting of the King George Square tree. Gather around the square from 5:30pm to enjoy free entertainment, then watch the tree come to life at 6:30pm! ❀ You don’t want to miss this spectacular event!! Click here for more info.

 

Kooza – Cirque du Soleil
The world famous Cirque du Soleil is back in town starting tonight, the 24th of November! Kooza brings all your favourite acrobatic acts along with its amazing costumes, makeup and dare devilish performances likeΒ the Wheel of Death. The show has already sold out a lot of their shows, but there is still time to secure your seats before they leave on the 8th of January. You can buy tickets here, or read up about the show here. Many Lexis teaches are going there, so you can ask them all about it too!

 

Wonderland 2016:
This unique end-of-year carnival also returns tonight for two-weeks down at the Brisbane Powerhouse in New Farm. 31 shows across 14 days, ranging from circus shows to magical theater – there is something for everyone! Experience some of the best local Brisbane talent at this awesome event! Read up all about the event on their official website.

 

Brisbane Bullets are BACK:
Love basketball? Our superstars have a home game tonight over at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Boondal, (25 minute train ride from the city), where they will go up against the great city of the south – Adelaide. Tickets start at only $20, and can be bought from their website. Go boys!!!


Have a great weekend, everyone! πŸ˜€

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