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Myer Christmas Windows

WIDE-eyed children will be transported to a Christmas wonderland when the iconic Myer windows open in Geelong this weekend.

For the first time, viewers will be able to see animated models of famous Geelong attractions like Cunningham Pier and Karidinia Park in the store's window.

Deakin University students have collaborated with Myer to give a local twist to the windows - which will largely display Melbourne-centric story Little Dog and the Christmas Wish.

The windows are a retrospective of the 2015 Melbourne Myer windows and feature a white hyland terrier, named Little Dog, who finds himself lost and alone in Melbournea t Christmas.

Geelong Myer store manager Felicity Bywaters said the windows were a great community-drawcard which would be further enhanced by the window of five Geelong icons.

'The excitement is high from everyone including the team members,' Ms Bywaters said.

'It's such a nice community event to have.'

Deakin student and window designer Andrew Blake said it was exciting to see hundreds of hours of work come to life.

'I think having these Geelong focused windows creates a sense of identity for the Geelong people,' Mr Blake said.

The windows will be revealed to the public today at 5pm in Malop Street.

Web Link: Myer Christmas Windows

Myer Christmas Windows

 Malop Street  Geelong 


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