Sydney’s largest Christmas tree will delight audiences from Thursday 25 November to Saturday 1 January.
The tallest Christmas tree in NSW is decorated with more than 110,000 LED lights, a 3.4-metre colour-changing star and 330 specially created glossy baubles.
The tree’s 800 branches are dressed with 15,000 flowers representing 9 different kinds of Australian flowers: banksia, waratah, bottlebrush, wattle, eucalyptus gum flower, kangaroo paw, flannel flower, pink wax flower and white wax flower.
4,104 warm white icicle fairy lights will span across Martin Place, see the 6 strings of lights, each hosting a large star.
Enjoy a kaleidoscope of colours and decorative lights every 15 minutes from 7pm to midnight. Wander through Martin Place and soak in the magic of Sydney Christmas.
Drop by Pitt Street Mall canopy of light while you're in the city.
The City of Sydney is proud to support The Kids’ Cancer Project this festive season. Donate to support bold scientific research to improve outcomes for kids with cancer.
Listen to an audio description of the Martin Place Christmas tree.
Covid safety marshals will wipe down the handrails and ensure physical distancing is always maintained. Please follow instructions from the marshals and the on-ground signage when visiting the tree.
QR codes will be available to check-in using the Service NSW app. This is not compulsory.