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Best Streets With Christmas Lights In Adelaide- 2018

by Cindy Hughes (follow)
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As Andy Williams once sang, Christmas is ‘the most wonderful time of the year’. It’s the combination of school holidays, daylight saving, warm summer weather, and the joy in people’s faces that make Christmas so special in Australia.

But the thing that really makes Christmas so special, (other than the jolly man in the red suit) is the spectacular light displays in our neighbourhood. Driving around, looking at all the wonderful, sparkly lights and displays never wearies! It is a magical wonderment for the young and old.

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Here, at Adelaide Mums Group, we have you covered with the ‘must see’ streets this Christmas.

Raising money for The WCH Foundation and Royal Adelaide Hospital Research Fund. Definitely a house to visit.
Where: 7 Whitmore Street, Redwood Park

Come and visit Beno's Christmas Lights from 7:30pm- 10:30pm Sunday- Thursday, and 7:30pm- midnight Friday and Saturday.
Where: 21 Stockman Place, Walkley Heights

Lights On Parkview- Mawson Lakes
From Saturday 1- Sunday 30 December, Sunday-Thursday 8:30pm-10:30pm, and Friday and Saturday 8:30pm- 11:00pm.
Where:37 Parkview Drive, Mawson Lakes

Ryan's Christmas Lights- Salisbury East
Tune into 88.9FM and take in the beautiful 26,000 lights sparkling to the music. Visit between 1st- 31st December from 8:30pm- 10:30pm.
Where: corner of Marquisite Drive and Emerald Street, Salisbury East

Lights will be turning on from 1 December, at 9:00pm. Sunday-Thursday lights will be turned off at 11:00pm, Friday and Saturday midnight.
Where: Sturdee Street, Linden Park

Designed by 15 year old Jayden, the light display is an annual spectacle in Blakeview. Beginning on 4th December, and finishing 31st December, from 7:00pm- 11:00pm.
Where: 10 Currumbin Avenue, Blakeview

Promnitz Christmas Lights- Woodville Park
Come and see the award winning lights display in Woodville Park. Promnitz Christmas Light Display will be officially alight on 1 December from 8:00pm.
Where: 56 Belmore Terrace, Woodville Park

Here are some streets and suburbs recommended by our Adelaide Mums Group members:
Bimba Court, Modbury
Chellaston Road, Munno Parra West
Pelham Street, Ethelton
Fairfax Avenue, Millswood (one house plays Christmas movies)
9th Avenue, St Peters
Hollyoaks Court, Happy Valley
Zinnia Court, Reynella
Colonel Light Gardens

We must also not forget The Lights of Lobethal. With a history of over sixty years, it is no wonder the Lights of Lobethal are the largest community light display in the Southern Hemisphere!
Situated in the Adelaide Hills, Lobethal has been a family favourite for exuding Christmas spirit and cheer. The local community band together to create a festival that is not to be forgotten.

The Lights ON Ceremony and Fireworks Display kicks off the three-week fiesta at 8:30pm- 9:00pm.
There will also be a Living Nativity every night in front of the Lutheran Church, Main St, Lobethal. From December 9th – 23rd, and performed at 8:50 and 9:20 each night.

Lobethal are also hosting a Pageant Night on Sunday 23rd December from 6:00pm - 10:00pm.

While you’re visiting Lobethal, you must also take a look at Bill & Peg’s Christmas Down Under. Their house on Christmas Lane (what a magical coincidence!) has been an attraction for over 30 years. Their lights will be on from dusk until 11:00pm, from Sunday 9 December- Sunday 30 December.

Lighting of the Christmas Tree at Victoria Square will be held on Friday 1st December. There will be live music, and plenty of food trucks at this FREE event. The festival starts at 6:00pm, and the official lighting of the Christmas tree will be at 8:15pm.

Christmas Lights, Festive Nights

If you know any other streets in Adelaide with amazing Christmas lights, please leave a comment. The article will be continually updated during the Christmas period.

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