It’s December…and it’s time for Christmas Lights at The Darwin Waterfront!

By Korgan Hucent

It’s incredibly hard to believe that it’s December already, but it really is and that means time for festivities, frivolities and fun!  It also means time to check out the excellent Christmas lights display down at the Darwin Waterfront!

Every night in December from 7pm until 10pm, the magic of Christmas will be bought to life with a mesmerising, magical lighting display illuminating the waterfront parklands.  Palm trees are transformed into a tropical Christmas wonderland, and the trees are illuminated with all of the colours of the rainbow.

You’ll even have the opportunity to experience the closest thing Darwin has to a white Christmas, by paying a visit to Santa’s Snow Station, with shows kicking off every half hour from 7pm.  You can even check out Candy Cane Lane and score yourself a few fantastic photo opportunities that you’ll be able to look back on with many smiles for years to come.

And of course, what Christmas lights display would be complete without the opportunity to make a wish?!  You can do just that at the Christmas Tree of Lights.

The display is absolutely beautiful, and children and the big kids at heart will really enjoy all that’s on offer at the Waterfront this year.

Entry is absolutely free, and why not make a night of it and really absorb the magical atmosphere, by having a picnic on the lawn, enjoying a bite to eat at any one of the many restaurants, or by treating yourselves to an ice cream?

It sounds like a winner to the team here at Ray White Bayside, so we look forward to seeing you there!

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