Bunya Pine at Alexandra Headland - lighting up 10 December
Did you know that there are twenty locations around the Sunshine Coast with Council decorated Christmas trees, adding Christmas cheer to our local communities. As the Council has an ongoing commitment to sustainability, all these beautifully decorated trees use LED lighting. The bulk of the Christmas Tree Trail trees will be illuminated from the 1 December, with some local communities hosting events
to officially turn on the lights as part of the festivities. All the Council decorated trees should be shining bright in the night sky by the 10 December.
If you're looking for something unusual to do with the children, why not pack a picnic hamper and venture out in the evening to explore the multitude of community Christmas Trees that the Sunshine Coast Council have very generously adorned for the 2017 Christmas season - they truly are spectacular!
I have listed the Christmas Tree Trail In alphabetical order with, in some instances, the type of tree and its location.
🎄 Alexandra Headland - Lighting 10 December
Bunya Pine - north-side of Alexandra Headland Surf Life Saving Club, Alexandra Parade
Jacaranda tree - in front of the Old Post Office, near the Burnett Street roundabout
🎄 Caloundra - Lighting 30 November
Caloundra Christmas Tree image by Leanne Layfield
Fig tree - roundabout at Bulcock and Minchinton Streets
Boyle Park, Maleny-Kenilworth Road (next to the pool)
David Low Way (west side) near Park Street
🎄 Cotton Tree
Cotton Tree Park (west of swimming pool), Cotton Tree Esplanade
🎄 Eudlo - Lighting 6 December
Hoop Pine - Town Park, Corlis Avenue (near skate park)
🎄 Glass House Mountains
Magnificent tree at Glass House Mountains with plenty of space for a picnic too!
Reed Street and Bruce Parade
Swamp Gum - Town Park, Elizabeth and Charles Streets
Maple and Coral Streets roundabout
Memorial Park, corner Flaxton Drive and Obi Obi Road
Norfolk Pine - Felix Perry Park, Marcoola Esplanade
- Lighting 2 December
Fig Tree - Village Green, Main Street (south of Memorial Close)
Various trees throughout the Esplanade
Coolum Christmas tree
Power Park, Mudjimba Esplanade
Town Square, corner Lowe and Queen Streets
Albizia Tree - Margaret Street
Blackall Street (north side near Wakefield Street)
War Memorial Park, Stevens and Railway Streets
With twenty spectacular trees on the Christmas Tree Trail on the Sunshine Coast, you can explore a different one every evening leading up to the arrival of the jolly ol' man himself. The Christmas Tree Trail is fantastic fun for the whole family and it's FREE!
Buderim's Jacaranda tree in front of the Old Post Office is as pretty as a picture!
All information and photos supplied by Sunshine Coast Council