Twinkling Lights in Logan

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Our guide to the best of Logan’s Christmas lights

Let’s face it, Christmas brings out the big kid in all of us. The fun and excitement of setting up the tree, putting up all of your favourite decorations, planning your gift shopping and festive partying and menus – it’s all so much fun!

One of the best ways to enjoy getting into the Christmas spirit is to tour all of the fabulously decorated homes and Christmas lights in your local area. It’s wonderful festive family entertainment that doesn’t cost a cent! So grab the kids and your walking shoes or car keys, and hit your neighbourhood with our guide the best of the Christmas lights in Logan.

Award winning displays!

For award worthy lights displays, check out these local winners in this year’s 4KQ Xmas Lights Competition.

  • Mount Warren Wonderland – this year’s runner up in the ‘Best Synchronised Music Display’ category. You’ll find them at 11 lane Circuit, Mount Warren Park.
  • In Yatala, pop by Stu and Kel Gluyas’ place at 51-53 Enkleman Road. They’ve scored a Judges Commendation.
  • In Woodridge you’ll find the winners of the ‘Best Unit/Townhouse’ category at Santa’s Christmas Fair, 12/33 Rudge Street in Woodridge.
  • Or swing by Ellison Properties in Loganholme, who’ve again taken out the ‘Best Commercial Big Business’ display. They’re at 15 Henry Street in Loganholme.

Need more light in your life?

For even more tantalising displays, take a drive by these other local entrants in 4KQ’s Xmas Lights Competition.

  • Logan Village – Bob and Val Ryan’s at 81 Daintree Drive
  • Loganholme – Michael Webb’s at 147 Drews Road, and Brittany & Brock Campbell’s at 37 Easy Street
  • Eagleby – Lyn Bishop’s at 34 Bedford Crescent
  • Windaroo – the O’Donnell’s at 11 Kaiser Drive
  • Beenleigh – Sarah and Kingsley Schulz at 35 Lehmans Road
  • Daisy Hill – Darron Foot’s at 41 Highview Terrace
  • Meadowbrook – Ian Fels at 40 Crozier Crescent
  • Kingston – The Alpins at 31 Edith Street

It might also be worth taking a drive by some of the 2014 entrants to check out their displays for this year.

Brighten your day even further

Here’s some other spots to swing by:

  • In Kingston, there’s some great displays in Polaris Avenue and Redford Street.
  • 40 Springlands Drive in Slacks Creek is also worth a visit.

For even more local lights listings, click here for a handy printable map of some of the best Christmas lights our part of the world has to offer.

There’s also a handy online guide here which allows you to search for lights displays by your postcode or suburb.