Tramsheds x Don de L'Amour Christmas Tree Pop-Up
Pick yourself up a real Christmas tree and donate presents to Westmead Children's Hospital.
A real Christmas tree is a fun December addition to any home. The smell of the pine needles fill your home and it won't end up in a landfill like its plastic counterpart. If you're looking where to pick one up this holiday season head along to Tramsheds' Christmas market. The Forrest Lodge food and retail complex has joined forces with florist Don de L'Amour to offer up real Christmas trees and some festive spirit.
Up until Sunday, December 13, freshly cut Christmas trees will be available for purchase at the Tramsheds. Don de L'Amour Christmas trees are grown in the Southern Tablelands of Australia before they are brought to Sydney. They come in a range of sizes, so make sure you measure the height of the ceilings before you head down.
While you're there, you can bring along a gift to donate to donate to the children at the Westmead Children's Hospital. All gifts need to be new with tags to avoid risk of infection, and suitable for children and teens under 17 years old. The gift depository is open until Wednesday, December 23.
Find out more at Don de L'Amour's website.
Don de L'Amour Christmas Tree Pop-up Store is open from 9.30am–4pm.
Top image: Steven Woodburn