The joy of Christmas. The largest model Christmas village and model Christmas carnival in Australia plus a beautiful light display.

From 17th - 19th December Montville Christmas Wonderland opens to the public for the first time since 2019. This will work a bit differently partly due to Covid and partly due to restrictions placed on us by Sunshine Coast Regional Council.

This year we throw open the doors for free. We are partnering with the Salvation Army who will be collecting donations for their work on the Sunshine Coast. Donations are voluntary but we do ask you to be generous if you can afford to be.

You MUST have a ticket (free) for every person 2 years of age and older. No ticket = no entry. Sessions are strictly 1 hour in length and only 50 people are allowed per hour. You will be able to spend as much time in the display during your hour session as you like. There are 24 sessions to choose from over the three days . So please book your tickets for the session you want to come in. Entry outside your booked session time will only be allowed when space permits; and we are expecting most sessions to fill up.

No shuttle buses this year. Come to the site at 15 Narrows Rd Montville and we will help most people park onsite. Disabled and pram parking will be close to the display.

Please note that there will be NO drink or food available for sale on site.

For those who have not come previously, this is an indoor (air conditioned), all weather event.

This is a community event. Therefore, WE ARE LIMITING ENTRY TO COVID DOUBLE-VAXXED PEOPLE. Please bring your proof of vaccination or link it to your Qld Check-in App.

We will be operating under all Covid safe guidelines (including mask-wearing if required) current at the time.

Check-in using the Check In Qld App will be required for all attendees.



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