The Myer Christmas windows are a Melbourne institution. The windows are celebrating their 60th anniversary this year, and an air of secrecy surrounded them until the official unveling.
The windows are based on the book Little Dog and the Christmas Wish, written by Corrine Fenton and illustrated by Robin Cowcher.
Both Fenton and Cowcher are Melburnians themselves, and the story is about a boy and his dog who are separated in the CBD on Christmas Eve.
Some of Melbourne’s most iconic spots are featured in the scenes (Flinders Street Station, the Regent Theatre and The Hopetoun Tea Rooms – to name a few).
The detail in the windows is exquisite, and it is an outstanding effort to celebrate 60 years of Myer windows.
Myer are also selling Little Dog and the Christmas Wish exclusively until January.
The windows are open from 7.30am until 1pm daily until 4 January 2016.