Warning: Cuteness overload!
This year's Myer Christmas Windows not only celebrate 60 years of Christmas windows, our beautiful city but a cute little dog!
The story behind this year's windows is based on Corinne Fenton and Robin Cowcher's book 'Little Dog and the Christmas Wish' where Little Dog finds himself lost and alone in Melbourne city on Christmas eve trying to find his way home.
The windows feature iconic spots around Melbourne like the Hopetoun Tea Rooms, the Block Arcade, Flinders Street Station, the Myer windows, our trams and a few more.
Little Miss really enjoyed this year's windows and wanted to see them a few times. The queues weren't long even during lunch time which was good.
The Myer Christmas Windows are now on display until Wednesday 6th January and open from 7:30 am to 1 am daily. Enjoy x
> For more Christmas events' ideas, head to our bumper list.