Brace your elfs! Bachelor reject Jarrod Woodgate dons Santa-inspired suit to spread Christmas cheer to Melbourne fans struggling with gift-giving ideas

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT ASSOCIATION
OUTLET: DAILY MAIL

The vineyard manager gifted Bachelorette Sophie Monk a 'love plant' and ugg boots to show his growing affection for the beauty on Channel Ten's hit dating show. And Jarrod Woodgate, 31, is now an ambassador for Melbourne's Chapel Street's Christmas campaign, helping men pick the right presents for their lady loves.  

The vineyard manager gifted Bachelorette Sophie Monk a 'love plant' and ugg boots to show his growing affection for the beauty on Channel Ten's hit dating show.

And Jarrod Woodgate, 31, is now an ambassador for Melbourne's Chapel Street's Christmas campaign, helping men pick the right presents for their lady loves.  

Chapel Street Precinct best dressed on Sunrise weather crosses

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT ASSOCIATION
OUTLET: CHANNEL 7 SUNRISE

Sam Mac reports live from Chapel Street, Melbourne, ahead of the races that stops the nation. 

Sam Mac reports live from Chapel Street, Melbourne, ahead of the races that stops the nation. 

Arthur Galan of AG gives Sam Mac Spring Racing style advice advice from Chapel Street

Arthur Galan of AG gives Sam Mac Spring Racing style advice advice from Chapel Street

Sam Mac is holding down the fort on Chapel Street, gearing up for a big morning of fashion.

Sam Mac is holding down the fort on Chapel Street, gearing up for a big morning of fashion.

Sam Mac critiques fashion for the Melbourne Cup, while getting top tips from Chapel Street's resident style expert

Sam Mac critiques fashion for the Melbourne Cup, while getting top tips from Chapel Street's resident style expert

Monster 20m robot mural by UK artist Phlegm moves with AR app

CLIENT: CHAPEL STREET PRECINCT ASSOCIATION
OUTLET: HERALD SUN

A HUGE robot has invaded an Australian suburban shopping strip and is coming to life with augmented reality technology. The 20m street art mural was painted over seven wet and windy days by “introverted*” UK artist Phlegm and brought to life by a team of local AR developers in Melbourne. Chapel Street Precinct Association President John Lotton said he found Phlegm’s intricate works on social media and wanted the community to experience it.

A HUGE robot has invaded an Australian suburban shopping strip and is coming to life with augmented reality technology.

The 20m street art mural was painted over seven wet and windy days by “introverted*” UK artist Phlegm and brought to life by a team of local AR developers in Melbourne.

Chapel Street Precinct Association President John Lotton said he found Phlegm’s intricate works on social media and wanted the community to experience it.