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Christmas Lights Ipswich QLD 2023: WITH PHOTOS!!

Venturing outside of Brisbane to view Christmas Lights is well worth a visit, especially if you have a love for Queenslander houses. The Christmas lights Ipswich QLD really showcase the best of heritage Queenslander living – especially in the town centre of Ipswich.

But the suburbs in between Brisbane West and Ipswich offer an array of lights not to be missed. Here are some tips to ensure your visit to the Christmas Lights in Ipswich, is one to remember.

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Download your map for Christmas lights Ipswich QLD 2023

A map showing the houses lit up for Christmas in the Ipswich area can be downloaded from Families Magazine. Because the number of houses are spread out over a vast area, choose a suburb or two and focus on the houses in those areas, instead of trying to fit all the houses in one night.

Make these houses your MUST visits to see Christmas lights Ipswich QLD

The Ipswich City Council is holding the Christmas lights competition. It will highlight the best of the best in Ipswich when it comes to Christmas light displays. Make sure the following award winning light displays are on your itinerary to visit.

The full list and map of Ipswich Christmas lights 2023

To make the most of visiting the Christmas Lights Ipswich QLD, do make sure you download your map and make a note of the ones that have the Christmas tree symbol. That means we have seen their display and we know it is AWESOME and worth the drive!

Because the homes in Ipswich that participate in putting up Christmas lights is MASSIVE, we have had to break our lists into two this year. We have Ipswich East – mostly Springfield Lakes area and Ipswich West – mostly Ipswich area.

Ipswich East area Christmas lights

Printed route map below for Ipswich East area Christmas lights.

Ipswich East Christmas lights map V2

Ipswich West area Christmas lights

Printed route map below for Ipswich West area Christmas lights

Ipswich West Christmas lights map V2

The digital map below has confirmed Christmas lights for 2023.

Digital driving route map for Ipswich Christmas lights 2023

Download your free driving Christmas lights maps for Ipswich – click here.

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.

List of best Christmas lights in the Ipswich East suburbs

  • 10 Minerva Street, South Ripley
  • 43 Goulburn Crescent, South Ripley
  • 🎄 32 Tamborine Street, South Ripley
  • 🎄 59 Harmony Crescent, South Ripley
  • 🚗 14 Vantage Place, Redbank Place
  • Swift Close, Redbank Plains
  • 📷 Cobbin Circuit, Redbank Plains
  • Christine Crescent, Redbank
  • 🎄📷 1 Avalon Close, Bellbird Park
  • 99 Santa Monica Drive, Augustine Heights
  • 🚗 4 Larkhall Street, Spring Mountain
  • 11 Caraway Street, Springfield Lakes
  • Carnarvon Avenue, Springfield Lakes
  • ⭐️ Cottonwood Crescent, Springfield Lakes
  • 🎄 29 Waterside Drive, Springfield Lakes
  • Congo Circuit, Springfield
  • Millwood Terrace, Springfield
  • Springfield College Drive, Springfield
  • 📷 Lacey Street, Camira
  • 35 Iris Street, Gailes
  • 📷 8 Wyeth Street, Bellbird park
  • 155 Henty Drive, Redbank Plains
  • 7 Forrest Crescent, Redbank Plains
  • 51 Kennedy Drive, Redbank Plains
  • 🚗 Obsidian Street, Collingwood Park
  • ⭐️📷 1, 5, 36 & 45 Paul Tully Avenue, Collingwood Park
  • 🚗 16 Gorry Street, Goodna
  • Cross Street, Goodna
  • 🚗 5 Wren Court, Bundamba
  • 108 Naomai Street Bundamba
  • 16 Bergins Hill Road, Bundamba
  • Andrew Street, Bundamba
  • Rush Court, Bundamba
  • 🚗 8 Oakwood Place, Chuwar
  • Mt Crosby Road, Chuwar
  • 🎄📷 134 Lewis Drive, Karalee
  • 🎄📷 39 Louisa Place, Karalee
  • 18-20 Langlands Street, Chuwar
  • 9 Lilley Terrace, Chuwar
  • 🎄📷 256 Mount Crosby Road, Chuwar
  • 🚗 40 Sean Street, Riverview
  • Dossie Street, Riverview

List of best Christmas lights in the Ipswich West suburbs

  • 10 Candlenut Street, Ripley
  • Blackberry Way, Ripley
  • 2 Carlos Street, Ripley
  • 🎄📷 16 Teddy Place, Ripley
  • 8 Gonula Crescent, Ripley
  • 🚗 19 Pintail Circuit/Corymbia Lane Deebing Heights
  • 7 Lilly Court, Yamanto
  • 12 Camellia Street, Yamanto (from mid Dec)
  • Benjamin Court, Yamanto
  • 4 Yew Street, Yamanto
  • 68 Sandalwood Drive, Yamanto
  • 15 Capriole Close, Yamanto
  • 21 Mustang Street, Yamanto
  • 🎄 50 & 54 Jacana Crescent, Flinders View
  • Willowtree Drive, Flinders View
  • 11 Peppercorn Place, Flinders View
  • Hillier Court, Flinders View
  • 46 & 60 Cowley Drive, Flinders View
  • Morris Street, Flinders View
  • ⭐ Discovery Street, Flinders View
  • ⭐ Nova Court, Flinders View
  • 13 Glengarry Lane, Raceview
  • 🎄140 Briggs Road, Raceview
  • 23 Galah Street, Churchill
  • 🎄📷 36 Mahogany Street, Raceview
  • 2 Creston Street, Raceview
  • 🎄📷 1 Explorer Street, Raceview
  • 30 Trumpy Street, Silkstone
  • 21 & 29 Robertson Road, Eastern Heights
  • 22 Edgar Street, Eastern Heights
  • Park Street, Ipswich
  • 3 Omar Street, Ipswich
  • Ernest Street, Leichhardt
  • 18 Pinehurst Avenue, Leichhardt
  • Kynance Street, Leichhardt
  • 🎄📷 1/24 Thomas Street, Sadliers Crossing
  • 🎄 3/11 Darling Street, Woodend
  • 11 Ellenborough Street, Woodend
  • 🎄 4 Bell Street, Ipswich
  • 🎄 99 Brisbane Street, Ipswich
  • 126 Brisbane Street, Ipswich
  • 195 Brisbane Street, Ipswich
  • 203 Brisbane Street, Ipswich
  • MacGregor Street, Woodend
  • Woodend Road, Woodend
  • 8 Underwood Street, Brassall
  • 33 Neptune Crescent, Brassall
  • Atlantic Drive/Britannia Way, Brassall
  • Freya Street, Brassall
  • 4 Peaceful Place, Brassall
  • 19 Alexandra Street, Brassall
  • 4 Georgina Place, Brassall
  • 9 & 39 Nelson Circuit, Brassall
  • Dredge Circle, Brassall
  • 190 Pine Mountain Road, Brassall
  • 24 & 26 Pommer Street, Brassall
  • 14 Waterworks Road, Brassall
  • 17 Simmons Road, North Ipswich
  • 7 Birdwood Street, North Ipswich
  • Wyndham Street, Tivoli
  • Moores Pocket Road, Tivoli
  • North Street, North Ipswich
  • 1/37 Glebe Road, Silkstone
  • 19 Frederick Street, Newtown
  • 16 Easton Street, Silkstone
  • 20 & 34 Macquarie Street, Silkstone
  • 37 Clifton Street, Booval

Photos of Christmas lights in and around Ipswich

  • 1/24 Thomas Street, Sadliers Crossing
Thomas Street Christmas Lights Sadliers Crossing
  • 18 Pinehurst Ave, Leichhardt
18 Pinehurst Ave, Leichhardt
  • 6 Rise Place, Heathwood
6 rise place heathwood
  • 1 Explorer Street Raceview
1 Explorer Street raceview
  • 1 Avalon Close Bellbird Park
1 Avalon Close Bellbird Park
  • 3 Pringle Place Pine Mountain
3 Pringle Place Pine Mountain

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.

If you want to ride a bus to see the Christmas lights in Ipswich, check out our Ipswich Christmas Lights Bus Tours article.

Safety first

Once your itinerary is complete, you can decide whether you park your car or drive by the display. Be mindful of other visitors wanting to see the Christmas Lights. Don’t be a nuisance and park in the middle of the road or stop in the middle of the road. It can be hard to predict which houses will get a heavy influx of visitors, so make the decision at the time of your arrival to park or drive by.

Be considerate of the neighbouring properties as well and ensure you don’t park on their driveway or in front of their driveway if you choose to walk to the lights display.

To make the night even more fun for the kids, get them to wear glow sticks. This will help you, and the drive by traffic, see your kids.

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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.

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