Christmas Tree Trail lights up the Sunshine Coast

Christmas Tree Trail lights up the Sunshine Coast

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on the Coast following the official switching on of the Mooloolaba Christmas tree lights last night (November 25).

Council kicked off Christmas and New Year festivities when Mayor Mark Jamieson switched on the Mooloolaba lights – also signalling the official opening of the Coast’s Christmas Tree Trail.

Mayor Jamieson invited the community to celebrate the holiday season and join in the fun community events happening right across the Coast.

“This is a wonderful time of year, and the program of events is again filled with fun, family-friendly activities throughout December and January,” Mayor Jamieson said.

“This year, council’s Christmas Tree Trail features 21 trees that will add some festive sparkle and light up progressively throughout the region over the next week.

“I invite everyone to share the spirit of the holiday season and support our community by heading to a local event.”


Christmas Tree Trail locations:

Alexandra Headland: Alexandra Parade, south-side of Surf Life Saving Club
Buderim: Front of Old Post Office near Burnett Street roundabout
Caloundra: Roundabout at Bulcock and Minchinton streets
Conondale: Boyle Park next to the swimming pool
Coolum: David Low Way (west side), near Park Street
Cotton Tree: Cotton Tree Park (west of swimming pool), Cotton Tree Esplanade
Currimundi: Crummunda Park, Coongarra Esplanade
Eudlo: Town Park, Corlis Avenue (near skate park)
Glasshouse: Rotary Park, Reed Street and Bruce Parade
Kenilworth: Town Park, Elizabeth and Charles streets
Maleny: Roundabout at Maple and Coral streets
Mapleton: Memorial Park, corner Flaxton Drive and Obi Obi Road
Marcoola: Felix Parry Park, Marcoola Esplanade
Montville: Village Green, Main Street (south of Memorial Close)
Mooloolah Valley: Martin Rungert Park, corner of Bray Rd and Neill Rd
Mooloolaba: Between Beach Terrace and Mooloolaba Esplanade (south end)
Mudjimba: Power Park, Mudjimba Esplanade
Nambour: Nambour Town Square, Lowe and Queen streets
Palmwoods: Kolora Park, Woombye-Palmwoods Road
Woombye: Blackall Street, (north-side, near Wakefield Street)
Yandina: War Memorial Park, Stevens and Railway streets

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