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Where to buy Christmas trees in Sydney

Sydney, here's a sleighload of festive fir tree options for you this Christmas

Written by
Alannah Le Cross
Maya Skidmore
Caitlyn Todoroski

There’s nothing like a big, bright (real) Christmas tree to transform an ordinary living room into a festive fantasia, and with the silly season rapidly coming up in Sydney, the need to find the perfect one is becoming more pressing than ever. 

We've collected a Santa's swag of local Christmas tree sellers that deliver the goods – sometimes directly to your door. Take a look at our list below for real Christmas trees, trees for hire, and environmentally friendly options right across Sydney that will fill your house with that oh-so-festive pine scent.

Want to see Christmas lights? Check out our guide to the best lights around Sydney.

And here's our round-up of the best Christmas markets.

Find real Christmas trees

Sydney Christmas Tree Farm

Christmas trees abound at this Christmas tree farm in Duffy's Forest in Sydney's north. The farm is only visitable if you book in advance, with the booking calendar only opening up to the public on Monday, November 16 at 10pm. If you get in, you will be able to wander through their gorgeous two-acre property, choosing the tree that speaks to you directly from the ground. 

Merlino’s Christmas Trees
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  • Wareemba

Whether you’re after a towering tree or a mini potted tree, Merlino’s Christmas Trees are sure to have what you need. At the warehouse in Five Dock there are real cut Christmas trees ($150 - $300) and cute little potted pines available in two species and multiple sizes (from $40 - $250). Open daily from November 25, in-store purchases can be made with contactless delivery starting at $20. In 2023, Merlino's is open until December 22, or while stocks last. 

Located on Windsor Road in Vineyard, this family-owned farm provides you with a whole diverse range of Christmas trees that have been growing on their property for the last four (or more) years. They sell their trees pre-cut, and are just a 35-minute drive from Parramatta or a ten-minute drive from Rouse Hill town centre. Be warned though: according to their website, they don't accept eftpos at the farm, so you'll have to rock up with cash instead. 


If there's one place that does trees, it's Christmas World. Reanimating every year for the yuletide season, this festive pop-up has locations all over Sydney, including Penrith, Belrose and Alexandria. They are peddling fresh trees from November 25 onwards and you can pop by one of their locations for an Aussie-grown tree guaranteed to jazz up your Christmas. 

Pick a Tree is all about providing a yuletide purchase you can feel good about, with them donating money from every Christmas tree to charity. With an online store available for pre-ordering, and physical locations at the Tramsheds and the Flour Mill in Summer Hill that will open up for walk-ins and order collections on selected dates in December, Pick a Tree is a fabulous festive option for all Christmas tree seekers in Sydney. 


Pine-fresh vibes are coming to the Tramsheds thanks to the Pick A Tree family. Starting out selling trees from their garage in 2018, the business now raises thousnads of dollars for Sydney charities. If that isn't the Christmas spirit, we don't know what is. These festive firs have been growing in the Southern Tablelands and tended to by industry leading growers and are available in sizes ranging from 5ft up to 9ft starting from $120. there are two dates that you can drop in (Dec 3 and 10) but it's reccommended that you make a purchase online so that they put aside a selection for you to choose from when you go to pick it up. 

Shop for ethical trees

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Getting out to the woods (read: Christmas tree farms or markets) dressed in full lumberjack attire to find the perfect yuletide fir can be a hassle for many. Fortunately, the festive flora can come to you, courtesy of online plant retailer Floraly. The Redfern-based, eco-friendly flower delivery service delivers adorable, tiny Christmas trees that’ll fit out your living room with seasonal, sustainable sparkle with just a click of a button.

Dural Christmas Tree Farm
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  • Sydney

Dural Christmas Tree Farm sells real pine Christmas trees that are available for delivery to anyone living in the Sydney metro area for business customers and anyone who orders a tree that is ten foot and larger. If your tree is up to nine foot, they will net it for five dollars, making it easier to transport. They also also offer post-Christmas tree pick-up and recycling. For $35-$65, they’ll collect your used tree, mulch it back at their farm and use it to help look after next year’s crop. 

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  • Marrickville

At Marrickville's Reverse Garbage you can buy an artificial Christmas tree that has been donated from a previous owner, or discover stacks of materials to get crafty with and build your own makeshift tannenbaum. They also have barrels full of recycled Christmas decorations and bundles of Christmas cards. Check out their website or Facebook page for workshops to make your own wreath or other festive goodies. While you’re there, explore the warehouse – you never know what wacky doodads you might discover, which are usually priced between $30-$50.

Hire trees with ease

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  • Haberfield

Elf Help deliver, install, decorate and un-install real Christmas trees for homes (as well as artificial trees and decorating for businesses) – taking all the awkwardness out of who gets to put the star on top. Elf Help will transport a fully decorated tree with your choice of coloured ornaments and ribbons. Rather decorate it yourself? Elf Help also sell and deliver undecorated Christmas trees starting from $242. Tree deliveries, installation, de-installation and pick-up range from $286 to $1,342.


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