Christmas Trading Hours
Extended Christmas Trading Hours
A little extra time for Christmas.
Published 09 October

Fret not if you've forgotten something [or someone]. 

Our extended Christmas trading hours mean you're covered. 

 

Extended Christmas Trading Hours 

Saturday 19 December

9AM – 6PM

Sunday 20 December

9AM – 6PM

Monday 21 December

9AM – 7PM

Tuesday 22 December

9AM – 7PM

Wednesday 23 December

9AM – 7PM

Thursday 24 December (Christmas Eve)

7AM – 5:30PM

Friday 25 December (Christmas Day)

CLOSED

Saturday 26 December (Boxing Day)

8AM – 6PM

Sunday 27 December

10AM – 5PM

Monday 28 December

9AM – 5:30PM

Tuesday 29 December

9AM – 5:30PM

Wednesday 30 December

9AM – 5:30PM

Thursday 31 December (New Year’s Eve)

9AM – 5:30PM

Friday 1 January (New Year’s Day)

10AM – 5PM

 

 

Fresh Food retailers will be ready to service you from 7AM on Christmas Eve. 

Note: Trading hours at major stores and select Al Fresco Dining restaurants may vary. Click here for individual retailer hours.

 

Order & Collect 

Woodgrove can get busy during the Christmas period, why not avoid the crowds and take advantage of our Order and Collect service. 

This service allows you to order from your preferred retailer and have your shopping delivered directly to your car, allowing you to avoid other shoppers. To find out more, click here.

 

Click & Collect

Many retailers at Woodgrove continue to offer their Click & Collect service throughout the Christmas period.

For a list of retailers at Woodgrove who are offering car park Click & Collect services click here. 

 

Planning a visit to Woodgrove?

If you’re planning on visiting Woodgrove for your essential shopping, it’s important to plan your trip in advance to help keep our community safe. Here are some things to think about when planning your visit:

  1. Avoid visiting the Centre at peak times
  2. Check store trading hours and individual conditions of entry in advance
  3. Pre-book health and other appointments
  4. Wear a face covering
  5. Most importantly, if you are feeling unwell or are awaiting test results, stay at home.

To learn more about how Woodgrove is responding to the COVID situation click here.

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