WIN 3 x Family Passes to Sovereign Hill’s Christmas in July event

GINGERBREAD MAN DANCES HIS WAY THROUGH SOVEREIGN HILL’S CHRISTMAS IN JULY EVENT

Snow (of the faux variety), sensational wintery lights and a suave little gingerbread man are set to return to Sovereign Hill for the multi-award winning Christmas in July Winter Wonderlights from Saturday 30 June – Sunday 22 July 2018.

More than 100,000 visitors enjoyed the event in 2017, and with large crowds expected again this year, Wonderlight-goers are encouraged to pre-book online at www.winterwonderlights.com.au to avoid missing out on their chance to rug up and take in the spectacle.

Sovereign Hill will shine brighter with an expanded footprint and more light projections than ever before, bring the total to 25 dazzling buildings. As the sound of carolers echo throughout the township, and anticipation of snowfall fills the air, visitors will be swept up in the excitement of a special European-style Christmas.

Featuring two additional building facades lit up with festive yuletide animations, and over 15km of fairy lights throughout Sovereign Hill’s garden, the entire township will come alive in what is the largest light projection spectacle ever staged in one site anywhere in Australia.

Winter Wonderlights at A Glance 

  • Sovereign Hill’s Christmas in July Winter Wonderlights will run from Saturday 30 June – Sunday 22 July 2018
  • The Winter Wonderlights show will commence each evening from 5:45PM
  • More than 100,000 visitors are expected to attend the event
  • Visitors are encouraged to pre-book online at winterwonderlights.com.au to avoid disappointment
  • 25 buildings will come alive with spectacular, large-scale light projections
  • More than 15kms of fairy lights will add a magical touch to Sovereign Hill’s gardens

During the day, Sovereign Hill will evoke a sense of old-world wonder. Visitors can take a stroll down Main Street as faux snow-flakes fall at regular intervals over the Victorian-style buildings, decorations fill the window displays, the smell of Christmas treats and spices fill the air, and traditional Christmas-themed pantomimes are performed. Visitors will also delight in the European Christmas market where they can purchase enchanting decorations, or try some traditional treats including a steaming cup of mulled wine, or Sovereign Hill’s famous toffee apples.

The cottages and gardens overlooking Main Street will also be filled with fairy lights, and candles will dance in shop windows, so no matter where you look, the old-world charm of the 1850s will bask Sovereign Hill in a golden, yuletide glow.

Visitors can enjoy a full day of Christmas excitement with activities for all ages, and as the sun goes down, Sovereign Hill will light up spectacularly each evening after 5.45pm. Saint Nicholas will also put in an appearance each day, and visitors can also watch the ladies and gents parade up and down Main Street as they celebrate a Victorian-style Christmas.

When:     Sovereign Hill’s Winter Wonderlights Christmas in July event

Saturday 30 June – Sunday 22 July 2018 from 10am daily. The ‘Winter Wonderlights’ show will start each evening after 5.45pm.

Where:   Sovereign Hill, Bradshaw Street, Ballarat, 3350


Cost:       General admission:
Adults $61.00,
Children (5-15) $27.60, Concession ($48.80), Family ($154.00) and Single Family ($110.00).

 

Thanks to our friends Sovereign Hill we have 3 x Family Passes (for 2 adults and up to 4 children) to Sovereign Hill’s Christmas in July event. Each pass is valued at $154.00, to GIVE AWAY to three of our lucky readers. If you know someone that would love to WIN this, simply enter your details below and good luck x

BK – WIN 3 x Family Passes to Sovereign Hill’s Christmas in July event.

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2 thoughts on “WIN 3 x Family Passes to Sovereign Hill’s Christmas in July event

  • June 28, 2018 at 9:44 pm
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    Love looking at christmas lights with my grandchildren seeing them excited an happy faces

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  • July 3, 2018 at 8:35 am
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    Our family love Sovereign hill and the light show, been going every year it started. Looking forward to seeing them these holidays.

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