Christmas in Australia is just around the corner, and everyone wants to buy a perfect white Christmas tree?. I personally believe that there is no Christmas celebration without a real Christmas tree ? if we are being honest at this point. The fake just does not do justice and do not really go with the whole Christmas vibe.
If you really want to know some really good places in Brisbane from where you can find your Christmas tree? from then keep on reading this article in the Australian Magazine till the end.
This is one of the few places from where you can find your Christmas tree? that is fresh and that too at a very reasonable price. Usually, from late November, people start decorating their house with the Christmas tree. If you also do that then make sure to visit Ashgrove. You will find trees of all sizes there and that too without any hassle.
Kingaroy is the place where Christmas trees? are specifically grown for suiting the climate of Queensland. You will find trees over there that are some years old as well. The reason why old trees are kept is that they prune well over time and get the traditional Christmas tree shape that is a bit triangular from the top. They also offer pre-tagging events to their customers. In this, you can walk through the whole place which is full of trees and select the best suited for you from amongst them.
This place usually delivers their trees in December so if you want to get it early then it won’t be really suitable for you, but you do get early bird discounts. Plus, you can select the tree which you like from their website the most and then get it delivered to your doorstep. Totally a hassle-free process.
This place is known for bringing the whole Christmas spirit alive all around the year. This is a basically family-owned Christmas farm and offers a lot of ‘must-do’ activities for the kids as well. Kids can explore Santa’s animals, wander through the real Christmas trees?, savor the smell of fresh pine, and look at the variety of Christmas baubles that they have over there.
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They basically do not have an outlet but have a Facebook page where a lot of options of the Christmas trees? are available. You can browse through their page and order the one you like. And trust me they have amazing tress and that too at very reasonable prices. Usually, they deliver in Mid-December and have different pick-up points around the East of Queens Land. If you want to have a great Christmas in Australia, then make sure you order from them.
Last and least, if you are unable to find your Christmas tree in Brisbane from anywhere or even if you are buying it last minute and can’t seem to find any good options then make sure to check the nearest nursery that is in your area. Many local nurseries have Daintree or Radiata that are the perfect substitute to the traditional European Pine Tree. No matter which option you go for, the smell of a fresh tree is so mesmerizing and fresh that it just freshens up and instantly revives up the whole house.
Do tell us in the comment section that from where you decided to buy the Christmas tree in Brisbane this year.