Following my first article on Christmas Flash Mobs I have discovered Christmas Flash Mobs in Australia; in shopping centres and train stations.

Christmas Flash Mob Holds Court

Food court patrons enjoyed more than their meals when a Christmas flash mob struck at the food court of Penrith’s Westfield Shopping Town, in NSW.


Hallelujah at Melbourne Central

Melbourne Central’s Shot Tower area hosted over 200 Opera singers and choristers performing the Hallelujah Chorus, from the Messiah, to raise the profile of the Skin & Cancer Foundation. The 9 storey high Coop’s Shot Tower,  which was built on the site in 1888, is incorporated into the shopping centre, encompassed by a massive glass dome.


A Mob of Shoppers

Christmas Shoppers at Mirrabooka Square Shopping Centre, in Perth, were surprised by a flash mob that gradually appeared from the crowd.


A Well Trained Mob at Central Station

Choral singers entertained travelers at Sydney’s Central Station, led by a conductor, a bus conductor, that is.


The Mob Escalates

A choral mob appears from the an escalator at MarketPlace Leichhard, NSW


One thought on “Christmas Flash Mobs in Australia

  1. I would love to be there when a flash mob appeared. It looks like such good fun. At Christmas it would be a great way to take the stress out of your Christmas shopping.

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