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Credit Union Christmas Pageant

Credit Union SA has been a proud major sponsor of the Credit Union Christmas Pageant since 1996, as part of our strong commitment to the South Australian community.

Established in 1933, the Pageant is an iconic Adelaide event, and now features around 170 amazing floats, with bands, dancers, clowns and of course, Father Christmas himself.

The 2018 Credit Union Christmas Pageant was held on Saturday 10 November 2018.

Pageant route

The Credit Union Christmas Pageant starts at the corner of King William Street and South Terrace in Adelaide. Credit Union SA staff and their families will enthusiastically participate on floats, as well as act as clowns and banner walkers for the Pageant.

The Pageant will make its way through the city through the city from 9:30 am, with Father Christmas arriving on North Terrace at about 11:30 am.

View the 2018 route map

Give the Gift of Kindness (DVD)

Give an everlasting gift of kindness this year – all the magic of the 2018 Credit Union Christmas Pageant in the credit unions' final year as a naming rights sponsor, sharing 23 years of Pageant kindness. This DVD features the entire Channel 9 telecast to relive the magical day, and some special Credit Union memories for your enjoyment. 

Shop Credit Union Christmas Pageant merchandise

Every dollar raised or gift received by Credit Union SA’s Giving Tree will make a profound difference to a young person’s life and allow them to achieve greater independence

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Credit Union SA is a proud supporter of St John’s Youth Services, which strives to improve the lives of the most disadvantaged young people in our community.

Originally established by SA teachers 60 years ago, we’ve been providing banking services to education workers ever since.

To maximise the effectiveness of our Social Responsibility program we always choose to support SA organisations helping their communities through a local or an education focus.

Our Children's Savings Account is perfect for those under the age of 18 wanting to start regular saving.