There's a forest of colourful Christmas trees on display at Narellan Town Centre right now - and they're in the running to win their schools $1000.
The centre's Local School Christmas Tree Art Competition saw a host of Camden schools submit beautifully decorated trees to liven up local shoppers' retail experience this festive season.
The school whose tree receives the most votes from customers will win a Narellan Town Centre gift card worth $1000 to spend on school supplies.
One lucky voter will also pick up a $100 gift card for their efforts.
Centre manager Brad Page said Narellan Town Centre was thrilled to show off the 15 beautiful trees to shoppers.
"Narellan Town Centre is really excited to give local schools the opportunity to showcase their creative skills plus offer them the chance to win a great prize," he said.
"It's such a great way to support our local community but also provides our shoppers with a wonderful in-centre experience over this festive season."
The trees will be on display outside H&M until Wednesday, December 23. The winning school will be announced the next day.
Shoppers must vote via QR code, with all instructions on the tree display.
Participating schools include:
- Camden Public
- Camden South Public
- Narellan Public
- Elderslie Public
- Gledswood Hills Public
- Mater Dei School
- Mount Annan High
- Mount Annan Public
- Harrington Park Public
- Oran Park Public
- St Clare's Catholic
- St Justin's Catholic
- St Paul's Catholic
- St Benedict's Catholic
- Yandelora School