CHILL TIMES: Goolwa's Peter and Georgia Monaghan enjoyed the carols with Satine and Jet.
GREAT MATES: Dane Unwin of Goolwa and Cadel bell of Victor Harbor caught up at the Port Elliot carols.
IT'S ALL HAPPENING: Alexandrina Council councillor Madeleine Walker and Archie Evans of Port Elliot hung out with Benny the rabbit at the carols.
TOO CUTE: Port Elliot's Charlie McMillan enjoyed his lolly pop with dad Hamish.
A HELPING HAND: Victor Harbor's Angie Collins and Dale Francis helped at the barbecue.
WHAT A NIGHT: Anne Kendall of Goolwa and Jane Robinson of Middleton enjoyed nibbles and a glass of red at carols.
THE BIG MAN IN RED: Santa Claus prepares for an avalanche of Children desperate to pass on their present list before deliveries start on Christmas Eve.
THE BIG MAN IN RED: Santa Claus is swamped with present requests by children of the south coast.
PORT ELLIOT - Hundreds turned out to sing carols at Port Elliot's town square on Tuesday, December 18.
The Goolwa Concert Band provided music and backup for guest performers and choirs from Port Elliot Primary School.
The Port Elliot Surf Lifesaving club organised a barbecue.
Santa Claus arrived atop a beach buggy and gave children lots of candy, before noting their present requests for Christmas Day.