It’s the purr-fect time of year to get a a special photo with your favourite furry family member. Santa will once again be here to meet and pose with your pets so you can take home the purr-fect Paw-Trait with Santa 🐶🐱🐰🎅


From Saturday 4 December 2022 Santa will be coming in early so you can have your special family member photographed with him.

There are a few conditions to these sessions, so please read these carefully*


Booking is essential – BOOK HERE


Session times
Sunday 4 December: 8.30am – 9.30am
Sunday 11 December: 8.30am – 9.30am

If the booking date you select is unavailable, that means spots have been filled. However, check in closer to the date in case any last minute spots become available.


The best place to park will be outside St Pierres Sushi, which is off Sisson Drive. To ensure all animals are treated respectfully we will have ambassadors on hand to assist you and your loved one into the centre, one at a time. Please be patient so that we can ensure your experience is as great as you expect.


Pet Photos Terms & Conditions*
By participating in Northlands pet photography, you agree to these terms and conditions:

  • If you are attending our Pet Santa photos please arrive 5 minutes prior to your session time.
  • Please wait in the carpark near St Pierres Sushi until one of our Ambassadors escorts you to the Santa set in your given time slot.
  • As each session time is 5 minutes, please ensure that you arrive in time for your session as a missed booking will not be rescheduled.
  • Unfortunately, your pet Arachnid is unable to attend or any pet over 50kgs
  • Pets must be brought into the centre on a lead or in a cage.
  • Owner must be responsible for their pet/s at all times.
  • Owner must bring waste disposal bags to clean up after their pet if required. Please note that waste is prohibited from being placed inside the bins in-centre.
  • We will attempt to keep to your booking time, however, if you do have to wait, your patience is appreciated.
  • In the event that any animal exhibits aggressive behaviour, we will ask that they be removed from the centre.
  • Please contact the centre directly if you have any queries





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