Santa pet photography

Event

Santa pet photography

  • Outside Target. View Map

    Price: Pet photography prices vary and will be evident when paid online.

Have a very Furry Christmas at Westfield Innaloo with Santa photos for the whole family.

How to book

Book your visit with our online booking system.
Simply choose your date and session and you can arrive anytime within your allocated time frame to have your pet’s photo taken with Santa.
All packages are pre-paid when you book, which means no need to pay once you’ve had your photo taken, unless you would like to purchase additional items.
Bookings are essential.

A variety of photo packages are available, view your options and priceshere.

Please wait at the designated centre entrance, outside of the centre (near The Reject Shop off Ellen Stirling Boulevard and Oswald Street), prior to your allocated booking time.

By participating in Westfield’s pet photography, you abide by these Terms and conditions

  • Please wait at the designated entrance, outside of the centre, prior to your allocated booking time
  • At the time of your booking, a staff member will meet you at the location and bring you in to the centre, pets must be brought in to 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
  • In the event that any animal exhibits aggressive behaviour, we will ask that they are removed from the centre

If you have any questions regarding your pet photography session, please contact Concierge

Create your own DIY Grass Head

Event

Create your own DIY Grass Head

Hosted by Westfield Innaloo, Level G Opposite QBD Books
  • 30th Sep - 4th Oct

Time to create your DIY grass head and watch their grassy hair grow

Donate to The Nappy Collective

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Donate to The Nappy Collective

The Nappy Collective donation box

We've teamed up with The Nappy Collective as an official collection point so you can donate your leftover, unused disposable nappies to people in need.