Christmas Trees in Newcastle
Arguably, the central decoration of the festive season is the humble Christmas tree. If yours is looking a little worse for wear this year, it’s time to upgrade. At Christmas Elves, we specialise in a selection of stunning Christmas trees to help spread holiday cheer.
Looking for a traditional style? We have real-looking Christmas trees in varying shades of green for you to decorate, and in a range of sizes to accommodate your space. Dreaming of a white Christmas? Regardless of the hot weather in Newcastle this December, you can still have a white or snow-covered tree – we stock these also! In fact, we even have black Christmas trees! Whatever your taste or budget, our online shop can cater to your needs.
Christmas lights, decorations and more for Newcastle locals
We don’t just sell Christmas trees – we are a one-stop shop for everything you need to keep the festive spirit alive. From tree toppers to hanging baubles and glass ornaments, we’re aiming to help make this Christmas your most memorable one yet!
Don’t forget the lights for extra bling: whether you want colourful fairy lights wrapped around your branches or you want to hang icicle lights off the outside of your home, we’ve got just the product for you. From novelty lights to ropelights and displays, we guarantee Santa won’t be missing your house when you put on a lights show spectacular for him!
Live in Newcastle, Tamworth or surrounding cities? No problem – Christmas Elves is happy to deliver to wherever you are. Shop our Christmas trees, lights and more today!
From Our Customers
“Excellent customer service. Could not be happier. Yesterday I had 3-4 staff helping me find exactly what I was after. Highly recommend.”
“I have visited Christmas Elves several times as a customer in the past and have always been blown away by their range of products and their decorating. So beautiful. Its a great place to be mesmerised and to feel joy!”
“Staff are always so generous with their time. Beautiful new trinkets and decorations arrive every year. Large faux native Australian flora was a theme one year - gorgeous Waratahs.”