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Quick Guide to Christmas Light Displays on the Sunshine Coast

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by Elaine (subscribe)
Impromptu adventuring, exploring our backyard and then putting pen to paper, hoping to entice you to try one, if not all, of our escapades, is my true reward!
Published December 20th 2017
Festive Light Displays


To assist locals and holiday-makers who are visiting our beautiful Sunshine Coast, this is a quick guide, in alphabetical order, of where to scoot off to, to see some festive Christmas light displays. This list is in addition to the Sunshine Coast Council Community Christmas Tree Trail.

BLI BLI

14 Kingfisher Drive
27 Wickerson Crescent

BOKARINA

11 Meridan Street

BUDERIM

Rainsford Place - most of the street
3 Whitehaven Drive
4 Earls Court
9 Lynd Court
14 Spruce Court
Lifepointe Baptist Church, 186 Wises Road

BURNSIDE

1 Altitude Drive
19 Grimes Terrace



CHEVALLUM

347 Chevallum Road
162 Chevallum Road

COTTON TREE

368 Cotton Tree Caravan Park

CURRIMUNDI

2 Tibouchina Place

MAROOCHYDORE

4 Oak Court

MOOLOOLABA

7 Anthony Avenue
2 Bloodwood Court

MOUNTAIN CREEK

39 Tibouchina Street
47 Karawatha Drive
17 Mountain Ash Drive
46 Lamatia Drive



NAMBOUR

21 Chiltern Court, Coes Creek
8 Wentworth Court

PALMWOODS

8 Landershute Road
46 Palmwoods School Road

PARREARRA

6 Corella Drive
9 Dominica Place



SIPPY DOWNS

126 University Way
8 Bainbridge Circuit
38 Bainbridge Circuit
41 Bainbridge Circuit
42 Chesterton Crescent
19 Maplespring Street

WARANA

18 Girraween Street

WOOMBYE

6 Homestead Place
56 Plantation Rise Drive

WURTULLA

93 Piringa Street (light show)
674 Nicklin Way
1 Warattah Court

All photos courtesy of Pixabay CC0 Creative Commons



MERRY CHRISTMAS!
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Why? To see festive light displays
When: Every night before Christmas
Where: Sunshine Coast and surrounds
Cost: FREE
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Excellent list Elaine
by Barry (score: 2|690) 176 days ago
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