Christmas Lights Brisbane South 2018 | Families Magazine Guide
Viewing the BEST Christmas Lights Brisbane South has to offer in 2018!
This could be a biased view, but the Christmas Lights Brisbane South are definitely a must see if you’re planning your itinerary of events to attend before the big day arrives. The houses are mix of traditional Queenslanders and modern brick homes, which make a great base for the display of lights. Even apartments and townhouses get into the Christmas Spirit, with the Southside winning this category last year.
The houses lit up on the Southside of Brisbane do have some distance between each home. Here are some tips to make the most of your visit if you’re travelling around this side of Brisbane to view the lights.
Download Your Map and Plan Your Itinerary for Christmas Lights Brisbane South
To plan your trip, check out the list of houses that have Christmas Light displays on the southside of Brisbane. Download your map for easy navigation and so you can plan a short route.
Group These Suburbs Together
The distance between suburbs on the southside of Brisbane offering Christmas light displays, could see you spending more time in the car, than actually seeing the lights. When you download your map, you will be able to group some suburbs together to make it a great night out.
Here are some suggestions on how to do so:
• Algester and Parkinson
• Eight Mile Plains, Underwood, Springwood
• Runcorn and Woodridge
• Annerley, Mt Gravatt, Tarragindi
• Graceville, Sherwood, Yeronga
You may be able to do two of these suggestions together.
Where are the Christmas Lights South Brisbane?
43 Booyong Street
6 Triantha Street
6 Alrak Avenue
8 MacGroarty Street
Eight Mile Plains
24 Gaskell Street
67 Leichhardt Circuit
207 Graceville Ave
56 Stella Street
12 Picardie Close
82 Bannockburn Crescent
29 Algona St
34 Narelle Crescent
24 Calliope Street
6 Ferntree Court
112 Golda Avenue
69 Rholanda Crescent
13 Lawrie Street
57 Kuring Gai Avenue
Upper Mount Gravatt
106 Wemvern Street
31 Lindwall Street
74 Lindwall Street
Road Safety and Parking
A drive by or a parking the car to visit the lights in person, will be determined on the weather and how many people have arrived to see the display at the same time as you. Be considerate when parking and don’t park on the front lawns or driveways of neighbouring properties. To make the night even more fun for the kids, get them to wear glowsticks so you can see them if the display is busy with crowds.
Some of the best Christmas light displays can be seen in Sherwood and Graceville. Residents in those suburbs also take part in offering an array of lights on their front verandahs, which can make the travelling time between destinations, a lot of fun for everyone. Be sure to download your map here so you can make the most of your visit on this side of Brisbane.