OUR AWARD WINNING CHRISTMAS SHOWROOM

FACTORY 4/2 TORCA TERRACE MORNINGTON

 

JULY OPENING HOURS

WEDNESDAY  TO SUNDAY 9.30AM TILL 5

CLOSED MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

 

Q. ARE YOU THE SAME PEOPLE THAT HAD THE CHRISTMAS TREE FARM ON MOOROODUC HIGHWAY 

Yes we are - for 20 plus years we have been a part of the community - the Christmas tree Farm closed when my father retired and a local school bought the land- Santas place is a true second generation business now and I operate it with my partner and amazing team 

Q, WHY A FACTORY AREA- IT LOOKS BORING AND PLAIN ON THE OUTSIDE 

Great Question- Building a themed magical land takes A LOT of empty space- and you need another factory next door for all the boring stock and online works - so yes we are plain on the outside- but it is magical on the inside.  We have actually built a house inside our traditional area

Q. Do you have a cafe- and/or  why not 

Well aside from space and COVID restrictions- visitors to Mornington will realise that we are the Coffee Kings and spoilt for choice- tucked away in factories near us are the amazing two left sisters and common folk coffee- and these are hardly your normal cafes - These are all highly respected by coffee connoisseurs - so if I can walk to the best of the best coffee makers within 5 minutes - or drive within 2 - we decided to leave it to the experts- for now 

 

Q. Is there a play ground

No- but we love kids exploring our world- the reality is that to be able to obtain any form of insurances to operate a playground inside was not an option any more - for party groups KIDSTOWN is directly across the road from us 

 

Q. Is there parking

Yes we have limited  exclusive parking - but we share car parking and road space with others- on weekends we tend to have more room - in this new world of Factory businesses that's just how it is and part of the fun- tucked away in what were once industrial areas are some of the most diverse range of retail and food places - parking is sacrificed for diversity and finding something 'different' like us