Cadbury joins forces with Ada Nicodemou to help children in need
This Sydney Christmas event really does have all of the right ingredients for a memorable family day out
Sydney-siders get ready! Chocolate will be taking over Dunningham Park, Cronulla on Saturday 3/12 to deliver joy to thousands of beach goers.
Joining Cadbury and Santa's Little Helpers will be celebrated Australian Greek TV actress Ada Nicodemou who'll be getting into the festive spirit and amongst all the action on the day with something for everyone to enjoy.
More than 15 tonnes of sand will be delivered to Dunningham Park to transform the area into a spectacular Santa Sleigh sculpture, so tall the kids will feel like they can touch the sky. While on Santa's Sleigh, you and your family will have the opportunity to capture the magical memory with a complimentary family photo.
Lucky guests will have the chance to meet Ada and even try their luck at building their very own special sand monument, with sand sculptors on hand to provide top tips throughout the day. The kids will no doubt love it!
With ice cream trucks in tow, Santa's Little Helpers will be handing out free ice cream accompanied by your favourite choice of Favourites on top; Crunchie, Cadbury Dairy Milk, Dream, Flake, Turkish Delight, Picnic, Caramello, Boost, Mint Bubbly, Moro, Marvellous Creations and Cherry Ripe.
While the kids are being entertained, soak up the atmosphere and the festivities by reclining in the themed beanbags and relax under the purple umbrellas.
Meanwhile, there's an even sweater side to the event. Bringing joy (pun intended) to children who need it this Christmas, Cadbury has joined forces with The Humour Foundation's Clown Doctors. An Australian charity dedicated to delivering the health benefits of humour to children who are unwell, Clown Doctors touch the lives of over 100,000 people every year.
A great excuse to get together with family and friends, Clown Doctors will be raising money and adding an injection of laughter to an already fun–filled day.
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