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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Mob Escalates

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

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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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