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Whole Streets with Christmas Lights in Brisbane in 2023

If you are looking for the best whole streets of Christmas lights, this article will give you the information you need to visit the best Christmas light streets in Brisbane where more than one house is lit up.

It’s the most magical time of the year and for some suburbs in Brisbane, it is the most sparkly time of the year too! It’s a time when neighbours come together to decorate their streets, vying for the coveted ’best neighbourhood for Christmas lights in Brisbane’ title.

Christmas light looking is a family tradition in which many families across Brisbane participate. And searching for the best Christmas lights to show your kids doesn’t have to be a chore. Here at Families Magazine, we have made it a whole lot easier with our Best Neighbourhoods Christmas Lights list.

All you need to do is print out our downloadable map, check the weather (as some lights wont be showing in storms or rain), pile the kids into the car and head off to these awesome Christmas light streets in Brisbane!

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Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas lights in Brisbane 2023

We’ve made a list and we’ve checked it twice and we have found the best whole streets across greater Brisbane that have gone to extraordinary lengths to make this time of the year a magical, awe inspiring time for children and adults alike!

Featuring only areas where you can find a group of houses together, so you can get all your festive ’light looking’ done in one area, we give you the best suburbs for Christmas lights in greater Brisbane & Ipswich. If you want to know which of these neighbourhoods have their own dedicated Facebook page, we know that too!

Best Neighbourhoods in North Brisbane & Moreton Region

If you live on the northside of Brisbane, or you are visiting someone who does, these are the best suburbs and streets for efficient Christmas light looking:

  • 3 & 5 Stockport Court, Burpengary East – below
3 & 5 Stockport Court

A reader sent us this photo and told us about this street:

  • Bendee Court, Narangba – below

If you are around Bridgeman Downs, then this cul de sac has 8 houses that look amazing:

  • Myall Place, Bridgeman Downs – below
Mayall Place Bridgeman Downs Christmas lights 2019

A street full of Christmas lights also worth visiting in Keperra:

  • Colbalt Street Keperra – they have a whole bunch of houses together on both sides of the road – below.
Cobalt Street Keperra Christmas lights

Watch the video below to see Cobalt Street in Keperra, and follow us on Facebook for more hot tips about Christmas lights every day!

  • Broadbent Lights, Broadbent Street, Ashgrove – below
Broadbent Lights, Broadbent Street, Ashgrove

We have just had a tip from a reader about another good street in the Moreton Region:

  • 301 Freshwater Drive Bribie Island – we are told that the whole street has lovely displays. We haven’t seen this display ourselves, and don’t have a photo of this street, so if you go and get one, please send it to us!

Special mention to Beachhouse on Suttons – whilst not a whole street, (it is pretty much a whole building) it is definitely worth checking out!

  • Beachhouse on Suttons – 41 Marine Parade, Redcliffe – below
Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas lights in Brisbane
Beach House on Suttons Beach Redcliffe

Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas lights in West Brisbane

If you live in or near the western suburbs, they have a long standing tradition of lighting up multiple houses in their streets. In 2023 we can confirm:

  • Everard Street, Westlake – below
Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas lights in Brisbane

Best Neighbourhoods in for Christmas lights South Brisbane

Some of my favourite streets for Christmas lights looking are on the Southside (even though I live on the Northside) :

  • Abbeyfeale Street, Tingalpa – below
Abbeyfeale Street, Tingalpa
  • Rachael Street, Moorooka

<we don’t have a photo yet, so if you would like to supply one, please do! We have seen video this year from Rachael Street, so we know it is epic! >

Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas lights in Redlands

You’ve got a few choices if you live in the eastern suburbs or the Redlands! Our picks of the best neighbourhoods for the best lights for Christmas are:

  • Wunulla Street – Thorneside – below
Wunulla Street - Thorneside
  • Tipperary Court, Capalaba
  • Polperro Court, Alexandra Hills
  • Huntly Place, Redland Bay – below
  • Dory Place, Redland Bay

Best Neighbourhoods in Ipswich

If you live in or around Ipswich or Springfield, these are the two best neighbourhoods for Christmas Lights this year. You must visit these for maximum joy this Christmas lights looking season.

With only 2 houses lit up in 2023, if you are in the area, this is still a good street to visit:

  • Nova Court, Flinders View – below
  • Paul Tully, Collingwood Park
Paul Tully Ave Collingwood Park
  • Cottonwood Crescent, Springfield Lakes
  • Discovery Street, Flinders View

Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas lights in Brisbane 2023

These are our picks for 2023. We update this article every year, so if you have a street that is joining in or your neighbourhood is awesome, let us know! Send us a photo and we will add you next year!

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

5 thoughts on “Whole Streets with Christmas Lights in Brisbane in 2023”

  1. Kaiser Dr and off streets have always been full of Christmas lights but no-one mentions them.

    A couple raise money for charities.


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