Christmas Lights Bus Tours Brisbane 2020
Wondering what the plan is for Christmas Lights Bus Tours in Brisbane for 2020?
Update for 2020: Brisbane City Council, Kangaroo Bus Lines and Cross Country Tours have all confirmed they will NOT be holding Christmas Light Bus Tours in Brisbane in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Try a self-guided Christmas Lights Tour with our help!
So what are your options for checking out Brisbane’s best Christmas Lights in 2020? If you can get access to a car and a driver we highly recommend taking on a self-guided tour using our really popular Christmas Lights driving maps. They are completely FREE and packed full of details on where to find the most magical Christmas Lights this Christmas.
Check out our comprehensive Christmas Lights Maps here:
Brisbane City Council Christmas Lights Bus Tours 2020
Update for 2020: Unfortunately, the annual Brisbane City Council Christmas Lights Bus Tours will not be going ahead in 2020.
Kangaroo Bus Lines Christmas Lights Bus Tours 2020
Update for 2020: Unfortunately, Kangaroo Bus Lines Christmas Lights Bus Tours will not be going ahead in 2020.
Cross Country Tours Christmas Lights Bus Tours 2020
Update for 2020: Unfortunately, Cross Country Tours Christmas Lights Bus Tours will not be going ahead in 2020.
2019 Christmas Light Bus Tours Brisbane information?
One of the most spectacular celebrations of Christmas in Brisbane would have to be the Xmas Lights displays on homes all over the city, and there’s no better way to see them than on a tour. Read on for everything you need to know about Brisbane Christmas Lights Tours.
Why go on Christmas Lights Bus Tours in Brisbane?
The sparkle and shine, the quirky displays and blaring Christmas carols have us cruising the streets in droves, in search of a little bit of magic. But as wonderful as the experience is, it can also be tiring and at times stressful trying to navigate unfamiliar streets, dodge cars and pedestrians, and find places to park.
The Xmas Lights Bus Tours overcome all these issues, giving you an elevated view of the splendour as you’re chauffeured from one glorious home to another. What’s even better is you’ll also get to share the excitement with others as you “ooh and ah” at the wondrous sights, and maybe even make new friends.
What types of bus tours are offered?
There are several Brisbane Christmas Lights bus tours on offer in 2019 with all Brisbane City Council tours lasting for about three hours.
Where can you get on?
Brisbane City Council tours depart from the following locations at 6:45pm. These tours are run in conjunction with 4KQ and will take in the entrants to the Christmas Lights competition. Please note that these tours are NOT free and DO require that you book in advance to avoid disappointment. These tours run from the 16th to the 20th of December, 2019. Follow this link to purchase your tickets.
- City – Ann Street, ANZAC Square.
- Eastern suburbs – Carindale Shopping Centre, Stop H.
- Southern suburbs – Garden City Shopping Centre, Stop J & K.
- Western suburbs – Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, Stop C.
- Northern suburbs – Chermside Shopping Centre, Stop D.
What’s the cost of Brisbane Christmas Lights Bus Tours for 2019?
Brisbane City Council Pricing:
- Adults: $22.
- Pensioners . Concession: $11
- Children (4 to 14 years): $11
- Full time students: $11.
- Children under 4: free
- Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children): $50
In the family pass, the two children’s tickets can be applied to other patrons who are eligible for a concession fare. For example, a family could be two full paying adults, a pensioner and a uni student.
Tickets must be pre-purchased through Ticketek (additional booking fees apply) and cannot be bought at the ‘bus door’. Tours will be approximately three hours, with refreshment stops included.
What are the best things about taking a Xmas Lights Bus Tour?
You’ll find that taking a Xmas Lights Bus Tour is easy and convenient because all the legwork has been done for you. You just sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacle. Another plus is you can even taken your own food and drink (in plastic containers) on the Brisbane City Council Tours to consume outside the bus at various stops. Perhaps most importantly, we can promise there will be toilet and refreshment stops too!