It's that time of the year again when Christmas carols can be heard all across the Highlands.
Due to Covid-19, many of the traditional carols events will not be held this year.
But that doesn't mean there won't be a few places you can hear some festive music.
Here's a few events you can attend to enjoy some Christmas cheer and festive music.
The Highlands Singers will be singing carols at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Berrima on Sunday December 20 as part of the church service. The service will commence at 6pm. Organisers are hoping for good weather so they can sing outside. There will be nine carols sung with the choir members before a soloist will sing a 10th carol.
Christmas Services at Robertson Anglican Church
On Saturday, December 19, there will be a Christmas Concert from 5pm on lawn at the church with live music and carols, jumping castles, pony rides, RFS and free sausage sizzle. Bring a picnic and rug to sit on.
On Sunday December, 20 there will be normal services at 10m and 6pm. There will be a Christmas Eve family service at 5pm on December 24 and a 9.30am family service on Christmas Day.
All events will be COVID Safe, following health department guidelines and All those who attend will need to record their details via a QR code.
Robertson Public House and Kitchen
Enjoy Christmas at the Pub on Friday, December 11 from 6pm for some Christmas cheer and festivities. There will be a visit from Santa and the lighting of the tree with Emma Jene and Dylan Morris performing from 7pm. Table bookings essential. Visit https://robertsonpublichouse.com.au/ for more details.
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