Christmas Lights Brisbane East, Bayside & Redlands 2021 | WITH PHOTOS

Whipbird Circuit Redlands
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Christmas Lights Brisbane East, Bayside and Redlands regions offer some spectacular experiences for families. Which houses will you visit? Download our map!

Christmas Lights Brisbane East, Bayside and Redlands

Brisbane’s East (all the way out to the beautiful bay, Capalaba, Redlands and surrounds) boasts some of the most spectacular Christmas Lights house displays around. We’re talking WHOLE STREETS dedicated to sharing the Christmas spirit with all those who visit – young, old and young at heart!

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Where should we go to see Christmas Lights in the Redlands?

Here’s where to point those wheels! Remember we’ve got a DOWNLOADABLE MAP with route suggestions. Pop this little sucker into your phone before you leave to make sure that you’re not doubling back and seeing everything you possibly can,

2021 Redlands suburbs Christmas lights map and lists image

List of Christmas lights in Redlands

Key for symbols:

πŸŽ„ – worth a look – this house is something special

⭐️ – multiple houses are in the street

πŸš— – bit of a drive (depending on where you live)

  • 1 Nicole Street, Cleveland
  • 66 Long Street, Cleveland
  • πŸŽ„ 36 Passage St, Cleveland
  • πŸŽ„ 6 Bainbridge St, cnr. Nelson St, Ormiston (Teddy Town)
  • Parnell Street, Ormiston
  • 124A Bainbridge Street, Ormiston
  • 4 Justin Court, Alexandra Hills
  • 12 Hoskins Drive, Wellington Point
  • πŸŽ„ 14 Liner Street, Wellington Point
  • 5 Estelle Street, Birkdale
  • 21 Leilani Drive, Birkdale
  • 59 Burbank Road, Birkdale
  • πŸŽ„ 52 Bluebell Street, Alexandra Hills
  • 30 Garter Street, Alexandra Hills
  • ⭐️ Ashbury Court, Alexandra Hills
  • πŸŽ„ 7 Polperro Court, Alexandra Hills
  • 30 Stovold Place, Alexandra Hills
  • Classic Court, Alexandra Hills
  • 7 Ney Road, Capalaba
  • 32 Jacaranda Road, Capalaba
  • 13 & 16 Melaleuca Drive, Capalaba
  • 25 & 67 Koala Place, Capalaba
  • ⭐️ Tipperary Court, Capalaba
  • Spirit Drive, Capalaba
  • ⭐️ Gundagai Drive, Capalaba
  • Riley Drive, Capalaba
  • πŸŽ„ 1 Springbrook Drive, Capalaba
  • 4 Leven Street, Thornlands
  • Lochridge Street, Thornlands
  • 13 Bygraves Street, Thornlands
  • Kidman Circuit, Thornlands
  • 8 Truscot Place, Thornlands
  • Hermitage Crescent, Thornlands
  • 15 Island Outlook Avenue, Thornlands
  • Margery Street, Thornlands
  • πŸŽ„ Gretchen Circuit, Thornlands
  • 19 Ziegenfusz Road, Thornlands
  • 4 Jackwood Street, Thornlands
  • πŸŽ„ 45A Thornlands Road, Thornlands
  • Waterville Drive, Thornlands – below

81 Waterville Drive Christmas lights

  • Rosemary Street, Thornlands
  • πŸŽ„ Marjoram Street, Thornlands
  • πŸŽ„ 43 Butternut Circuit, Thornlands
  • Arctic Street, Thornlands
  • Trisha Close, Victoria Point
  • 86 & 88 Bunker Road, Victoria Point
  • πŸŽ„ 39 Whipbird Circuit, Victoria Point – below

39 Whipbird Circuit, Victoria Point

  • Lindabel Court, Victoria Point
  • 27 Orana Street, Victoria Point
  • Bellenden Court, Victoria Point
  • ⭐️ Kestrel Court, Victoria Point
  • πŸŽ„ 14 & 69 Prescoter Drive, Victoria Point
  • πŸŽ„ 17 Fairway Drive, Redland Bay
  • πŸŽ„ 13 Foote St, Redland Bay
  • ⭐️ Dory Close, Redland Bay
  • 18 Moreton View Parade, Redland Bay
  • ⭐️ Huntly Place, Redland Bay
  • ⭐️ Garrett Place, Redland Bay
  • 11 Dennison Court, Redland Bay
  • Newcomb Court, Redland Bay
  • πŸŽ„ 6 Balsam Street, Redland Bay
  • 1 Phillip Street, Redland Bay
  • 76 Sugar Gum Avenue, Mount Cotton
  • 16 Elkhorn Street, Mt Cotton
  • 114 Pimelea Crescent, Mt Cotton
  • πŸŽ„πŸš— 27 Greenfield Road, Capalaba

If you are looking for a group of house and streets that all ALL lit up, you will need to check our Best Neighbourhoods for Christmas Lights.

Christmas Lights Brisbane East – etiquette

There are going to be a LOT of people wandering around (or driving around) to look at these lights. Here are a few things to be considerate of:

  • There is absolute no excuse for parking over someone’s driveway or on their lawn. Absolutely none. Find a park that’s appropriate and walk to your destination instead.
  • Everyone has a right to view the lights and have equal access. Do not monopolise (or allow your children t0) attractions or displays.
  • Take any and all rubbish with you.
  • Respect the time, effort and cost that has gone into these displays.
  • Be aware that ALL of the areas that are entire streets / culdesacs experience congestion. Be prepared to park some distance away and drive slowly.

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