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Mount Annan Christmas Lights

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Christmas light displays in Mount Annan .

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(Last updated 12th July 2021 )

Great weather for the last light viewing before Christmas!

Due to Covid-19, please practise social distancing while out viewing lights. 

I have heard of a couple of residents that have turned off their lights due to the last outbreak. #staysafe

Each year probably the best street overall to view Christmas Lights is The Rapids which has won awards in previous years (see pic below):

MA_christmas lights 2018

But that is not to say that there aren’t any other good displays out there.

 

Be mindful of residents and don’t block driveways or park on front lawns. Generally light displays finish up around 10.30pm each night. I notice that the council have erected a number of no stopping signs in order to improve traffic flow.

If last night is anything to go by, traffic will be a nightmare tonight. Be prepared to park a fair bit away and walk to the Cascades.

Must see streets (in no particular order) are as follows:

  • Moyengully Ave
  • Swansona Ave
  • The Ponds
  • The Rapids
  • Chain O Ponds Circuit (look for the snow fall display!)
  • Deep Pool Way
  • Waterworth Drive

I still myself haven’t been to every street in Mount Annan even though I’ve lived in the area many years but I enjoying strolling around and exploring, and I suggest you do the same!

Season’s greeting and enjoy the Mount Annan Christmas lights!

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Comments

    • Sarah
    • December 5, 2014
    Reply

    Can I please let people know that no. 14 deep pool pde have fenced off the nature strip in front of their house and as a result you and your children must walk either on the slippery concrete angled gutter OR on the road in front of cars- very dangerous! Not to mention highly disappointing. I witnessed several mothers and fathers with prams have to move onto the road and face oncoming traffic. Not only this but tonight 05/12/14 my 4 year old niece was slipping over trying to balance on the gutter due to the fence and despite me holding her other hand she put her hand on the makeshift fence to balance herself, only to have the older female resident rudely abuse her! The resident obviously out to watch people struggle to navigate the passive aggressive makeshift fence! This is not in the spirit of the season. Will be calling council first thing Monday about the fence as it is beyond their letterbox.

      • Fred
      • December 10, 2014
      Reply

      Thank You for your exagerated comments. May i say you had 4 metres wide of grass lawn on the left hand side of the street to walk your children on but you decided otherwise.
      That is your problem.
      You seem to have a lot of spare time to write comments about Mount Annan, maybe you should volunteer some of it to help clean our lawns/streets of rubbish left by people christmas sightseeing each night during the christmas season.
      The purpose of having christmas lights in our street is not to entertain Sarah who exagerated and are unable to control/supervise children within their care.
      We the residents of Deep Pool Way should not have to be babysitters for visitors children who with no supervision and have a tendancy to damage christmas lights.
      Some residents have not displayed christmas lights this year due to high costs of replacement from damage from the previous year.
      People are welcome to visit the street, but please respect other people’s property {see comment 7/12/14} Rubbish such as glass bottles, cans, coffee cups & food wrappers should not be left on our roads, driveways & gardens for us locals to pick & clean up.
      Damage is also happening to drain pipes by visitors parking heavy vehicles on sections of lawns.
      Maybe we should request permission from council to block access to non resident vehicles with the exemption of buses to alleviate traffic congestion during the christmas period.
      Also maybe Sarah should spend half the time that we do putting up christmas lights then maybe she would have some appreciation of the effort involved.
      Merry Christmas!!!!!

        • admin
        • December 11, 2014
        Reply

        And thank you for your reply, Fred!

    • admin
    • December 5, 2014
    Reply

    Thanks for the info Sarah.

    • Kat
    • December 13, 2015
    Reply

    I took my disability clients to look at the lights on Friday night at the cascades. Where my client was walking past one of the houses that has a very nice display and because he was happy and excited he was laughing and having a good old time when the lady started yelling at him saying what the hell r u laughing at. Because he didn’t answer her she yells out you bloody retard. I was so upset and confronted her telling her that it was not nice and he has a disability and he can’t help it her reaction is he shouldn’t laugh and if he can’t help it he shouldn’t be out here. Very poor Christmas spirit on the upside everyone else was very happy and welcoming to my guys. It’s great to see soooo much joy bought into their already difficult life’s thanks to the hands of others. It’s a shame there r the odd few that wreck it

    • Karam
    • December 2, 2018
    Reply

    Merry Christmas everyone

    • Catherine
    • November 23, 2019
    Reply

    I absolutely love the lights and the people who spend months preparing them I’m just wanting to know when we can start coming to see them is there a start date please

    • admin
    • November 30, 2019
    Reply

    I think this weekend is a good start. Have noticed many people putting up lights during the week, and then more today

    • Moses
    • December 9, 2020
    Reply

    Dear all,

    I’m not sure if this is the right place but maybe I can get some directions.
    I have a Slurpee trailers which you utilise for major events. What is the process to apply for space for the Carols.
    Thanks

    • admin
    • December 10, 2020
    Reply

    Not sure, Moses. I would go down and talk to some of the house owners in the smaller streets. Covid and social distancing makes it harder this year.

    • Christopher
    • December 17, 2020
    Reply

    Hi, I just want to ask which date the Christmas lights will finish up? My family and I are planning to come on the 24th or 25th. Will that be too late then? Cheers

    • admin
    • December 18, 2020
    Reply

    Christopher, 24th will be perfect. Normally crowdy but the spirit and atmosphere is great.

    • Matt
    • December 23, 2020
    Reply

    Hi there,
    Similar question to Christopher, was wondering when the Christmas lights will be finishing up? Due to personal commitments my partner and I won’t be able to swing by until the 26th. Will the lights still be on?

    Cheers

    • admin
    • December 24, 2020
    Reply

    People start taking them down after 25/12. Its hard to know but I’m sure some will still be up.

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