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Batman, Santa and snow ... centre rings in Christmas

Batman arrives in his bat mobile.
Batman arrives in his bat mobile. Steve Ryan

ROBINA Town Centre welcomed the silly season with an all-out Christmas launch.

In true Gold Coast style, Batman, snow and Looney Tunes descended on the centre on Saturday, as well as the Tap Dogs and Justice Crew.

Shoppers can now visit Santa's Enchanted Forest outside Myers, which includes 84 square metres of Christmas fun such as cobblestone paths meandering through birch trees and thousands of twinkling lights.

Life-size deer, woodpeckers and squirrels can be seen and kids will get a gift from the centre.

Children can also post letters direct to Santa and join in activities.

Photographers are on hand to take photos from $25.

Santa's Enchanted Forest will run until December 24.

Topics:  christmas, robina town centre



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