Top Christmas Light Displays Brisbane
Brisbane never fails with its Christmas light displays and 2020 is no exception. Families across the city are delighted by the brilliant colours, incredible inflatables and interactive experiences provided by dedicated residents. Below are some recommendations in and around Brisbane.
101 Kempsie Road, Upper Mount Gravatt
This front yard may be small but the owners have really maximised its potential. The lawn is bursting with twinkling trees, animals and strings of lights. Children will love the light projections on the driveway, leading up to a display featuring a singing/dancing Santa and assorted themed collectables.
Moncrieff Court, Mount Ommaney
This stunning display boasts four snow machines and guarantees more snow than any other Brisbane property. Due to its popularity, it is frequented by local entertainers and coffee vans - follow their page
for specific dates and times.
30 Lennon Drive, Windaroo
"Santa's Magical Wonderland" is locally renowned for its annual display. Families can walk through the front yard to admire the brilliant lights and collectables, sit in Santa's chair and even see the elf workshop. Santa will be visiting 19 and 20 December from 7:30pm.
122 Sparkes Road, Bray Park
This amazing arrangement is another must-see! Plus, Santa will be visiting throughout the lead-up to Christmas. Follow their page
for updates on dates and times.
1 Leila Street, Underwood
This interactive, walkthrough display is one of my personal favourites. In addition to a multitude of lights and cheerful Christmas carols, children can sit in a Santa sleigh (complete with reindeer), take photographs using a festive prop wall or simply dance under the light projections.
Nemarra Street, Wynnum West
This property features Australia's largest inflatable Santa - he's even taller than the two-storey house! Visitors will delight in the range of inflatables, stunning staircase photo opportunities and even a postbox to the North Pole. Please note that weather conditions may prevent the inflatables from being used. Check here
11 Lane Court, Mount Warren Park
You'll need to stick around at this house because it offers 6 amazing flashing light shows, each synchronised to a different song. There's even a snow machine which is turned on each time a child uses his/her manners!
Carlingford Circuit, Warner
The Cleetus Family
has created an amazingly vibrant display to raise awareness of homelessness in Australia. They are using their platform to encourage people to donate to Orange Sky Australia.
3 Ferndale St, Boronia Heights
Affectionately known as "Pete's House" this annual display offers light displays, scavenger hunt, chalk drawing, photo boards and candy canes.
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