Christmas is still more than 40 weeks away, but bidding has kicked off for decorations previously used across the Perth CBD.
Making way for a new-look Christmas this year, the City of Perth is offloading the deccos used across Forrest Place, Barrack Street and the Murray Street Mall.
“When you do buy them, you’ll be able to tell friends who visit where they came from and there’s a little bit of history there,” Ross’s Auctions’ Dave Crofts told Nine News Perth.
“While these are commercial grade Christmas decorations, if you’re trying to outdo your neighbour, for instance, you buy some of these and it’ll be pretty hard to match.”
And if you’re looking for a couple of massive 2.6-metre trumpet-playing gold angels that used to grace Forrest Place, you’re in luck – they have two.
The giant aluminium poinsettia petals which previously lined the Murray Street Mall could truly devastate your neighbours’ inflatable Santa.
Baubles, garlands of tinsel, fibreglass doves, fairy lights and literal pallets of wreaths are also waiting for new homes.
You have until Wednesday night to bid for your slice of Perth Chrissie nostalgia.