The Christmas Lights Brisbane West has to offer are a must see for Brisbane families, no matter where you reside. In fact, the houses that take part in the KIIS FM competition are the same ones that entered the 4KQ Christmas lights competition and always receive high praise and take out a number of the prizes.
This area may be a great Christmas Light itinerary for young families, who don’t want to travel a lot between each stop, which can make for a late night.
Christmas lights Brisbane western suburbs 2023
To ensure your family makes the most of the Christmas Lights in the Brisbane Western suburbs area, here are some tips and a map so you can make your visit is a memorable one.
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Plan your trip
The best way to get the most out of visiting Christmas lights in the Brisbane area is to download a map and a list of the best lit houses in Brisbane West, as judged by 4KQ. You can download your map here.
Avoid congested streets
Everard Street in Westlake is one of the busiest light displays in the Brisbane West. Consider parking to see the displays or drive by right on dusk or make it the last street to visit after viewing other streets in Jindalee, Sinnamon Park and Middle Park.
Visit the KIIS entrants
If you’re after quality Christmas house light viewing, then make sure these houses are on your list. Last year, Sinnamon Park, Middle Park and Westlake had a number of winning houses. Be sure to visit. We have added a Christmas tree symbol beside the *must see* displays in 2023. This means we have seen their lights this year so we know they are worth a look!
The full list and map of Christmas lights Brisbane West
Here’s a break down of the best Christmas lights in the western suburbs – suburb by suburb.
For the best route recommendations, use our downloadable map so you don’t double back.
Printed route map below for western suburbs Christmas lights for 2023
The digital map below with confirmed Christmas lights for 2023.
The best Christmas lights streets in the western suburbs
Key for symbols:
🏆 – winner of local Christmas lights competition
🎄 – worth a look – this house is something special
📷 – there is a photo of this display on our digital map
⭐️ – multiple houses are in the street
🚗 – bit of a drive (depending on where you live)
If you see a purple star on our digital map, that means the address is a late addition to the digital map and it was received too late to show on our printed map.
🌲 168 Fernberg Road, Paddington
📷 8 Gilrey Street, Toowong
🎄 66 Highland Terrace, St Lucia
🎄 68 Highland Terrace, St Lucia
18 Mankinna Street, Jindalee
🏆 20 Curragundi Road, Jindalee
🎄📷 71 McPherson Road, Sinnamon Park
Rosemount Street, Sinnamon Park
14 Mistral Street, Jamboree Heights
31 Baikal Place, Westlake
🎄📷 4 Burwick Close, Middle Park
⭐ Everard Street, West Lake
🎄 15 Bogong Street, Riverhills
🎄📷 55 Brushwood Circuit, Forest Lake
🎄 38 Harrison Crescent, Forest Lake
🏆📷 6 Rise Place, Heathwood
🎄12 Toorwood Street, Heathwood
🎄 📷 43 Ferdinando Street, Pallara
29 St Marys Close, Doolandella
🎄📷 5 Peacock Street, Doolandella
⭐️ Woodgate Street, Oxley
12 Anita Street, Yeronga
🎄 21 Tillot Street, Dutton Park
4/106 Garden Road, Richlands
Photos of Christmas lights in Brisbane western suburbs
- 6 Rise Place Heathwood – below
- 4 Burwick Close, Middle Park – below
- 168 Fernberg Road, Paddington – below
- 71 McPherson Road, Sinnamon Park – below
- 🎄 55 Brushwood Circuit, Forest Lake – below
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.
Drive by or park?
The weather and the amount of people visiting the lights, will often determine if you get out of the car. Be mindful of others wishing to see the light displays. Consider parking in a side or adjacent street if you choose to visit the lights. Don’t park on a neighbour’s driveway or park across a driveway. Ensure your children stay close to you, and not on the road.
At night, it can be hard for drivers to see kids.Heck, even parents can find it hard to find their kids if a street is particularly busy. Why not dress them in a hi-vis shirt or get them to wear some glow sticks so they can be easily seen. This will also add a fun element to the night of Christmas Light watching too.
Christmas Lights Brisbane West are a popular area that houses the best lights. Make sure it’s on your must list to visit this Christmas.
To find all the best lit houses in Brisbane West, head to our Families Magazine Christmas Lights guide which has an extensive list of the houses in the area and a map for easy navigation.