Where to take the kids to see Christmas light displays in Melbourne?
Melbourne is alight with Christmas after the official lighting of the Christmas tree in Federation Square ceremony took place last weekend.
However, you're probably wondering where your family can go enjoy the best Christmas lights a little closer to home.
We give you a list of the best streets in Melbourne to check out Christmas lights this year, preferably after dark:
🎄 10 Pushkin Court, Doncaster
🎄 Lebanon Crescent, Mulgrave
🎄 Old Melbourne Road, Chirnside Park
🎄 The Boulevard, Ivanhoe
Be aware visits to The Boulevard can get very busy. because this is perhaps the most well known spot for Christmas lights in Melbourne.
"Gorgeous... but pick your timing carefully 🚗" MMG Member.
🎄 Tennyson Avenue, Preston
🎄 47 Gordon Grove Preston
"The Cadbury Joy Deliveries Christmas Sleigh is popping up at Our Melbourne Christmas Lights Display at 47 Gordon Grove Preston this Friday the 1st Of December to coincide with our Grand opening" - Melbourne Christmas Lights
🎄 5 Molesworth Street, Coburg
"A musical Christmas light setting. Music is via a radio station that has lights move to the beat of the Music!" MMG Member
🎄 Crana Court, Hoppers Crossing
🎄 Bellbridge Drive, Hoppers Crossing
🎄 8 Brennan Court, Altona Meadows
🎄 12 Cooper Street, Sunshine
🎄 Vialls Avenue, Parkdale
🎄 Dalgetty Road, Beaumaris
🎄 32 Windella Crescent, Glen Waverley.
🎄 23 Wilma Avenue, Mulgrave.
Note that some of these listings above are popular Christmas Lights spots from previous years. Some have not yet confirmed their 2018 displays but are more than likely to continue their festivities for the forthcoming season.
To check out up-to-date Christmas Lights in Melbourne listings, check out www.christmaslightsearch.com to find displays that are close to you.
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