Have you got your socially distanced Santa Claus photo?

Stockland Wetherill Park centre manager Michael Iraninejad takes a socially-distanced photo with Santa Claus.
Stockland Wetherill Park centre manager Michael Iraninejad takes a socially-distanced photo with Santa Claus.

Welcome to Christmas 2020.

The socially-distanced Santa photo is one of the many aspects of Stockland Wetherill Park's "magical" Christmas festivities

The centre is also providing sensory-friendly and pet photography sessions and have also launched a new Stockland Play augmented reality app.

"Customers can download to access up to six games to be played in-centre," Stockland Wetherill Park centre manager Michael Iraninejad said.

"We've worked really hard to still be able to offer many of the same, much-loved holiday experiences that customers have come to expect from their local retail centre - along with some really exciting new ones.

"We're thrilled to be able to show the community how much we value their continued support, and help them create some magical moments before the new year.

"We understand that some of our younger customers may have sensory challenges and so have organised for Sensitive Santa photo sessions to be made available, for a more inclusive experience."

Sensitive Santa photo sessions will be available on December 6. Santa photos will be located opposite Big W and will be available every day from 10am to 5pm until Christmas Eve. The centre's holiday gift-wrapping station will be available with all proceeds to benefit the Kids with Cancer Foundation. The Stockland Giving Tree is also set up opposite Kmart until Christmas Eve for customers to donate gifts to those less fortunate this Christmas. A Paw Patrol virtual Christmas show will be available on Sunday, December 13.