Santa visits Newcastle Airport

Santa drops in to Newcastle Airport | PHOTOS, POLL Coming to Town: Santa gives a wave from a jet at Newcastle Airport. “It’s not as fast as my sled,” he said. Picture: Marina Neil.

Santa at Newcastle Airport. Picture: Marina Neil.

Santa goes through a security checkpoint at Newcastle Airport. Picture: Marina Neil.

Santa at Newcastle Airport with Virgin pilot David Lontos. Picture: Marina Neil.

Santa takes some time for himself on the runway. Careful there, big fella. Picture: Marina Neil.

Santa at Newcastle Airport. Picture: Marina Neil.

Santa at Newcastle Airport. Picture: Marina Neil.

TweetFacebookTopics: What did you think of the plane?

Santa: It’s good, but not as fast as my sled.

Topics: Do you smoke?

Santa: No way, it’s bad for my elf.

Topics: What do you think of the troublemakers who say you don’t exist?

Santa: That’s fake news.

Topics: How do you deliver presents to all the world’s kids in one night?

Santa: No comment.

A Christmas PoemTopics feels very n at Christmas.

The Minmi Magster.

Bob “Minmi Magster” Skelton does, too. Mind you, we reckon the Magster feels very n most of the time.

He’s Aussie through and through.

The renowned bush poetthought he’d shared this poem with the Hunter’speople.

It’s titled White Christmas in .

‘Tis Christmas time around theworld

And how lucky we are to be

In this great landthey call Down Under

Also known as thelucky country

Golden beaches flankour endless shores

With beautifulheadlands in between

While to thewest the range’s rise

Dressed in eucalypts,talland green.

Cicadas dronefrom their treetop home

Small insectshum and croon

While cheeky kookaburras

Chuckle a happy laughing tune.

The bees are buzzing in the trees

In white blossomfull in bloom

Their hidden hivesin thehollow limbs

WiIl be stacked with sweet honey soon.

Suburban streets are aglow with coloured lights

Nativity scenes are everywhere

‘Tis a time to bewithfamily and friends

The Christmas spiritto enjoy and share.

Inland, the sun beats down on dry parched ground

Where sheep and cattle graze

As thecolour of the ranges

Turn bluethrough thedistant haze.

There may benoscenes of ice or snow

From our coast to thefar outback

Yet thescent and sightof beautiful gumblossomwhite

Surelycompensatesfor that.

Meanwhile, our Southern Crossis gleaming

Over this great land we hold so dear

Now have a safe and peaceful Christmas

And a prosperous, bonzer new year.

Best Christmas PhotoWe’ve seen loads of photos with Santa this Christmas.

Summah and Kaden Mclennan on Stockton beach, high-fiving Santa.

This one, taken by Little Handprints Photography, has to be the best.

It features Beresfield’s Summah and Kaden Mclennan giving Santa a high-five onStockton beach.

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