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25 Best Christmas Lights Melbourne

Looking for the best Christmas lights in Melbourne near you? It’s time to flip the switch, get into the Christmas spirit and savour the last weeks of 2022 and see it off in dazzling, bright style! Neighbourhoods all over Melbourne are working hard to make sure that December 2022 is seen off in style.

Christmas Light Search is a free online directory that allows Australians to find Christmas lights in their local community. It’s the largest directory of Christmas lights in Australia. Of the hundreds of Melbourne Christmas light displays that the team have collated, here are their favourites!

You can even use their directory and map to curate your own Christmas Lights Trail, add your own displays and vote for your favourites.

Read this if you’re looking for Melbourne City’s Christmas lights.

Coburg Christmas Lights Melbourne

When is Christmas in 2022?

Christmas is on Sunday 25 December 2022.


1. Mascoma Street, Strathmore

An awesome computerised light show, programmed to music and taking over 4 months to set up! A father-son collaboration with over 10,000 lights complete with a big LED Christmas Tree!

Strathmore Christmas Lights, 39 Mascoma Street, Strathmore

Strathmore Christmas Lights

2. Shaftsbury Street, Coburg

Walk in and soak it up!! Great for kids and oldies. There’s a light Show, Santa’s house, reindeer with sled, animated bears and a train! The owner builds her collection up year on year so there’s always something new to see! Supporting the Tour de Cure.

Shaftsbury Street Christmas Lights,

shaftsbury street

3. Molesworth Street, Coburg

Right around the corner from Shaftsbury is another Coburg favourite. Literally thousands of lights covering a 3-story home including large inflatables and a nativity scene. To take it all in you’ll need to admire from the footpath across the road.

Molesworth Street Christmas Lights, 5 Molesworth Street, Coburg

molesworth street

4. Elevation Boulevard, Craigieburn

A beautifully neat display with a nativity scene covering the entire driveway. Runs nightly to midnight, January 7th.

Craigieburn Christmas Lights, 141 Elevation Boulevard, Craigieburn

Craigieburn Christmas Lights

5. Glencairn Drive, Greenvale

A staple of the Northern suburbs and often referred to as the ‘Myer Windows Of The North’. Six massive windows all decorated in unique and contrasting Christmas Scenes – many with moving props. If you’re lucky you’ll find an Ice cream and coffee van out the front on the weekend nights!

Greenvale Christmas Lights, 27 Glencairn Drive, Greenvale

6. Prospect Street, Glenroy

Running for over 20 years now, these owners just love spreading a little Christmas cheer at their house in Glenroy! This is not your average Christmas lights and dice display, although there are still many sparkles to be seen, the key attraction here are all the hand-made Christmas decorations covering the yard! Additionally you’ll find decorations, carollers and nativity scenes.

Glenroy Christmas Lights 

7. Meldrum Avenue, Mill Park

You will find anything from snowmen to reindeers, handmade photo booths, gingerbread men (weather permitting) and of course, heaps of lights, decorations and LED Christmas characters! You might even bump into the big man himself! A display all ages will enjoy. Come and say hello at Meldrum Avenue.

Mill Park Christmas Lights


8. Ornata Road, Mount Dandenong

Mount Dandenong’s best kept Christmas Secret! Come visit Benhaylem Hollow, a magical Christmas light display tucked away in the middle of the forest. All light displays are located in the front garden and can be viewed from the road spanning the length of the house.

Feel free to walk down the driveway so the kids can have a closer look at the reindeer and Santa!

Mount Dandenong Christmas Lights, 7 Ornata Road, Mount Dandenong

ornata road

9. Rawdon Court, Boronia

A dazzling Christmas display sure to impress from the moment you round the bend into this quiet court!

With lights from the very highest peak of the roofline all over the front of the house and down through the driveway and down through our tiered garden, this year see’s even more lights added – now over 50,000 LED’s!  Not to mention inflatables and Santa Scene’s that line the garden. 

Boronia Christmas Lights

10. Old Melbourne Road, Chirnside Park

Visit the famous computerised light show at Oxley! Every year since 2006, this annual event provides the community with a wonderful opportunity for families to enjoy a fun night during the Christmas season. Lots of new elements this year with all lights synchronised to music. Bring a rug or fold out chairs, sit back and enjoy the lights!

Chirnside Park Christmas Lights

 11. Coleman Parade, Kew East

Tucked away in the quiet streets of Kew, many sparkling and synchronised lights await.

Melbourne’s long-standing computerised light show in the city is, no surprise, back on again! Admire 80,000 lights dance to music – tune your car radio in or watch from the footpath across the road.

Walk around the adjacent streets and you’ll be sure to find a few other displays too.

Kew East Christmas Lights, 19 Coleman Avenue, Kew East

coleman parade

12. Warwick Close, Wantirna

A garden of dangling fairy lights surrounds a neon passageway where you’ll be greeted with various characters and inflatables singing along to Christmas tunes. Wander through the bright archways up to the front door and say hello to your favourite Christmas characters!

Warwick Close Christmas Lights, 9 Warwick Close, Wantirna 

Warwick Close Wantirna Christmas Lights Melbourne

13. Hansford Close, Kilysyth 

These guys are self confessed Christmas addicts and have been lighting up for over 20 years to bring smiles to the local community. Each year their large double-story and yard display gets a bit bigger and better and brighter! The property is draped head to toe in colourful lights with so many exciting photo opportunities for the whole family!

Kilsyth Christmas Lights

14. Boyd Close, Mooroolbark

Here in Mooroolbark you’ll find roof decorations, blow ups, wooden cut outs, lights, PLUS, a life size Santa sleigh! Almost every inch of the property is decorated!

There are lots of displays around Mooroolbark, so make an evening of it . Supporting Mooroolbark CFA.

Mooroolbark Christmas Lights, Boyd Close, Mooroolbark


 15. Grange Road, Sandringham

Stunning Christmas lights programmed to the year’s favourite dance tunes! Responsible for the famous ‘Get On The Beers’ Christmas Lights a couple of years back, what do these guys have in store for 2022? Watch the lights come to life and support the National Breast Cancer foundation.

Sandringham Christmas Lights, 63 Grange Road, Sandringham

Sandringham Christmas Lights Melbourne

16. Viney Street, Clarinda

We’re so happy that the famous Viney Street display is back on for 2022! An extravaganza of very bright Christmas lights are strung back and forth in all directions between the front fence and house. Behind the fence on the main drive you’ll find LED Christmas trees with cheeky snowmen and lots of glowing Christmas characters. For this year they’ve even decked out the front balcony with a snowy Christmas scene. So rock on down and admire this spectacle from the footpath – be sure to bring your sunnies!

Clarinda Christmas Lights

17. Lebanon Crescent, Mulgrave

Visiting this display is a favourite past-time for so many – the owner has been decorating for over thirty years! Snow machines, singing Santas and moving drive-way decorations are here to behold! 

Mulgrave Christmas Lights

18. Middlesex Court, Cranbourne North

At the end of this court you will be delighted at the sight of thousands of sparkling lights to be enjoyed by all ages. The owners welcome you to walk around and admire the many various Christmas scenes. A timeless display that all ages will appreciate.

Cranbourne North Christmas Lights, 9 Middlesex Court, Cranbourne North

middlesex court

19. Kristina Court, Pakenham

Kristina Court has prepared 50,000 lights to brighten up your Christmas this year! Their Christmas display includes 3 large brightly shining rooftop Christmas trees, ground Christmas trees, a walk through light arch, music, and Santa’s sleigh that you should definitely take a photo in while you’re there!

Kristina Court px

20. Pushkin Court, Doncaster East

Returning after a few years off, this marvellous display in Doncaster is back to put a smile on faces of all ages! So much more than lights (though heaps of them too!), you’ll love a corner block fence display with dozens of glowing Christmas characters, windows on all sides occupied with Christmas themes and a beautiful nativity scene to top it all off!

Doncaster East Christmas Lights

21. Darvall Street, Donvale

Be prepared to be wowed! Say hello to all your Christmas friends with more inflatables than you ever knew existed! The kids will love the decorations here that’ll make them feel like you’ve stepped into the North Pole!

Donvale Christmas Lights 


22. Monte Carlo Drive, Point Cook

Walk up the front path past the giant white snowmen and gaze through the windows to enjoy this miniature Christmas wonderland! Be amazed at the attention to detail this hand built display showcases. You’ll be sure to love the miniature ski village!

Point Cook Christmas Lights

monte carlo drive

23. Stewart Drive, Werribee

This house has the most inflatables we’ve ever seen! Not too visible from the main road, you’ll need to get out and step through the gate to be greeted by the over 40 giant characters they have on display.

Werribee Christmas Lights

24. Cooper Street, Sunshine

These owners are Christmas lights veterans – having decorated for now over 20 years at their Sunshine property! Taking more than a month to set up, the Walsh’s Christmas Wonderland comes to life with a variety of clever props, displays and themes. The owners tell us the best thing about their display is the handmade LED display that projects Merry Christmas in ten different languages!

Sunshine Christmas Lights

25. Melrome Court, Kurunjang

The mesmerising and magical computerised Christmas lights show at Melrome Court, Kurunjang is back again for 2022! Great for kids and adults with lots of new songs synchronised to to pixels!

The show remains dedicated to their son Jonah who passed away and continues yearly in hopes to raise money for Very Special Kids a children’s charity across Victoria that helps the families of children with life-threatening conditions by providing continuous support from diagnosis until recovery or sadly bereavement.

The family holds this organisation close to their hearts as they’ve been a source of major support to them during the loss of their son. They wish to pay it forward by donating to the charity to help other families that require support.

Melrome Court, Kurunjang

Melrome Ct Kurunjang px

So there you have it – the best Christmas Lights Melbourne 2022! And there are plenty more!

If you’re a Christmas Lights fanatic and keen to make a night of it, make sure you head over to Christmas Light Search where you can find hundreds more on their Melbourne Christmas Lights Map! Support your local neighbours and enjoy a family filled evening.

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Joyce Watts is a former intellectual property, IT and media lawyer turned serial entrepreneur.

As well as being the founder of TOT: HOT OR NOT she helps businesses with their SEO, email marketing & social media as BrightSmart.com.au; she owns an online bike store CycleStyle.com.au and develops and produces creative experiences for families via WheelieGoodFun.com. She used to publish another popular lifestyle and food blog called MEL: HOT OR NOT The decisive guide to Melbourne.

She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband, two children and seven bikes.

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