WIN a Family Pass to Santa’s Magical Kingdom!

WIN a Family Pass to Santa’s Magical Kingdom!

SMK_TIC_609x285Unless you’ve been hiding underneath a rock somewhere, you would know that Santa’s Magical Kingdom is again coming to Melbourne this November. As a lover of all things Christmas, this experience is just simply wonderful, and brings all the things you love about Christmas to under one roof. Living in the Southern Hemisphere, we spend our Christmas in the peak of summer, and one of the best experiences is the chance for your kids to experience a winter wonderland, complete with falling snow. We were lucky enough to go last year, and even though Ella was only one, she just loved it. From the rides, to the gingerbread baking, falling snow and wonderful circus show, it was just a great day out for the family.

If you haven’t been along, here is a run down…

Santa’s Magical Kingdom, in collaboration with Santa Claus North Pole Co-operation have signed an exclusive deal to once again bring all the magic of Christmas to Melbourne in 2014, at a new home, Caulfield Racecourse. After a bringing a successful event in 2013, visited by over 120,000 people from around Australia, Santa’s Magical Kingdom will return in 2014, at a new location, Caulfield Racecourse. The new venue, will also allow Santa’sMagical Kingdom to be even bigger and better!


Santa’s Magical Kingdom brings all the wonder and joy of a traditional Christmas. This interactive walk-through is an enchanting experience that includes everything that you love about Christmas. Get ready to be amazed as you see the magic of Christmas come to life! Santa’s Magical Kingdom was announced by the Australian Event Awards as Best New Event in Victoria 2013.

Open to the public from 15 November to 23 December, Santa’s Magical Kingdom will deliver a Christmas wonderland full of activities that will capture the imagination of children & parents everywhere. “We are extremely excited about bringing Santa’s Magical Kingdom again toMelbourne this Christmas. It’s even more exciting that we have been able to secure our new home, Caulfield Racecourse, allowing us to make the event bigger and better, as well as easily accessible to our consumers. Santa’s Magical Kingdom is a magical experience, and we can’t wait to share the magic in 2014”, commented Keith Brown, Production Director of Santa’s Magical Kingdom.

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The event will include:

• A magical Christmas walk-through wonderland

• Snow Castle and Activity Land

• Meet Santa and receive a free gift!

• A spectacular brand new Christmas themed circus show

• Roving Christmas characters

• A Christmas craft area where you can decorate your own gingerbread man and decorate your own Christmas decoration

• Interactive story reading with Mrs Claus

• Gingerbread land

• Amusement Rides and laughing clowns including a carousel, Santa’s Slay Ride, Ferris Wheel, Platform Ride and Australia’s Largest Supper


• Plus so much more fun for the whole family

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So with all the fun, I’m lucky enough to be able to give away one lucky reader a family pass (2 adults, 2 children) worth $130. It will be for the opening weekend Nov 15 / 16. This giveaway is open to Australian Residents only. To enter, please follow the instructions below. The competition will close on Monday November 9 at 6pm AEDST. A winner will be chosen at random and shared via my blog. The winner will be sent the tickets on Tuesday November 10 via express post.

GOOD LUCK and feel free to share the love with anyone who you feel may love the experience!

For more information about Santa’s Magical Kindgom, visit here. 

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32 thoughts on “WIN a Family Pass to Santa’s Magical Kingdom!

  1. Christmas memories that I want to give to my children is to keep that magic alive for as long as possible. I am 37 and still have not been told the truth about Santa. I want that for my children =]

  2. My favourite thing about Christmas to share with my children is spending it with family, the carols the night before as a family and seeing their priceless faces when they see Santa has been 🙂 X

  3. Favourite Christmas memory= Every Christmas Eve my mum and dad would take us for a twilight walk around the neighbourhood. The purpose was to spot Christmas trees sparkling in the windows. The excitement and love brought by such a simple family tradition, I hate to quote Mastercard but, … priceless!

  4. Family time with a huge feast and grandpa dressing as Santa and giving out all the gifts to his grandchildren. The look on the kids faces as they open their gifts…That’s priceless!

  5. I loved all the Christmas’ I spent in Italy while living there. It’s totally different to our Summer Christmas’ here in Australia……I’d love for my kids to experience a white Christmas and since I can’t see us going to Italy for a few more years yet, it would be great for them to get a taste of it at Santa’s Magical Kingdom! Fingers crossed.

  6. My favourite christmas memory is leaving carrots and a bottle of beer by the tree for santa and his reindeers. We would wake up to find the carrots nibbled on and the beer bottle empty.

  7. Decorating the christmas tree on the first (and only the first ) of december every year with carols playing in the background and gingerbread cooking in the oven!! Ahhh Christmas.

  8. I love the Christmas traditions. Christmas trees, lights and decorations. Family time. Plum pudding even though it’s 35 degrees. I’d like my son to enjoy these things too. 🙂

  9. My favourite Christmas memories include spending time with family, watching carols on Christmas eve and eating a beautiful traditional Christmas lunch and opening presents, I always loved and looked forward to Xmas as a child.

  10. My favourite christmas memory is my 32 yr old daughters first xmas and the smell of a freshly cut Christmas tree and now this year will be my grandson 1st christmas and l am really looking forward to it.

  11. I want to share the memory of watching Carols By Candlelight every year with my Mum. Mum passed away 20th December 2013 and never got to meet my youngest. I want my kids to share the same tradition.

  12. My favourite Christmas memory is being in England for a white Christmas when I was seven. I’d love for my daughter (eight) to enjoy real cold snow at Christmas time too!

  13. My favourite Christmas memory is of sneaking out in the wee hours of the morning, in the dark, feeling the presents and trying to guess what they were! I do this now with my kids – we quietly sneak out (we dont tell Daddy), then go back to bed, excited and guessing about what we’ll find in the morning!

  14. One memory in particular stands out, the year Santa finally answered my wishes and left me a trampoline. Of course it was too big to fit under the tree, so my initial Christmas morning discovery was a little disappointing, but soon that changed when out the window I sighted that perfect present. Christmas morning this year my girls will make the same discovery, their Christmas wish granted and my special Christmas memory relived.

  15. Fave Christmas memory when I woke up as a child expecting to see all my wondrous gifts and saw dad asleep on the couch in a sea of mess lol needless to say Santa had a good talking to that year from Mrs Claus

  16. Waking up once morning to find out that santa has left a big piano in my living room .It was wrapped with a big bow….I had been asking for piano for so many months….My child needs to know how I got it from santa because he owns it now

  17. I remember as a child catching the train to the city to see the myer window, mum alway made it a special family day. I look forward to doing this with my family now that the boys are old enough to enjoy the event.

  18. One of my every own personal Christmas memories occurred on Christmas Eve. We get out the Christmas story and read it with Christmas music playing in the background. This is family time and this is what makes Christmas so very special.

  19. My favourite Christmas memory was receiving a pink pram under the tree… I had no idea it was coming and it was so beautiful… I was just blown away. I have very fond memories of not only pushing my dolls around, but my bunny rabbit too!

  20. The simple pleasure of the gift of giving and not necessarily getting something in return and putting up the christmas tree on the 1st December

  21. Christmas Eve and building the magic by baking cookies, leaving out treats for the reindeer and just keeping the Christmas spirit alive

  22. I loved searching for coins in my Christmas pudding…if only I can get my kids to like Christmas pudding, nobody makes it like my Nan did!

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