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Community & Business

2 December, 2023

Late night shopping set for Atherton

WITH Christmas just around the corner, business owners in Atherton are encouraging everyone to shop local, opening their doors late next Friday night for the Atherton Late Night Shopping event.


Atherton business owners Rebecca Woods, Chloe Barr and Kay McDonald are excited to keep their doors open late next Friday for Christmas shopping.
Atherton business owners Rebecca Woods, Chloe Barr and Kay McDonald are excited to keep their doors open late next Friday for Christmas shopping.

The shopping event has seen many formats over the years – this year 20 shops in Main Street will be getting involved. 

From giftware to hairdressers and even cafes, many of the shops will have specials on the night ranging from discounts to giveaways. 

Country Touches will have an in-store lucky door prize, while one lucky Mensland customer will get their shopping free on the night. Crystal Caves is offering 20% off storewide, and the Atherton Décor will have 10% off storewide.

Tablelands Regional Council will also be turning the Christmas lights on through the main street to add to the atmosphere. 

Over the years, the retailers in Atherton have offered donations, discounts and prizes to every community organization imaginable, including sporting events, school fundraisers and charities. 

Christmas is a great way to give back to those businesses that have supported your community throughout the year.

Businesses who want to get involved can do so by advertising their late-night hours on their Facebook page and in other Facebook groups. 

Mark Friday 8 December in your calendars for great night out in town. 

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