2020 Christmas Lights Spectacular
A perennial family favourite, this year’s Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Lights Spectacular is back as big and bright as ever.
Check out the giant Walk Through Bauble, as well as all-time favourites Candyland, Fairyland, the Princess Castle and more. It is a festive display to delight the whole family!
Date: 5 November 2020 – 26 January 2021
Where: Hunter Valley Gardens, Pokolbin
If you live in and around the Hunter, chances are you’ve heard of or have been to the Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Lights Spectacular. It is after all; the largest lights display in the Southern Hemisphere. More than that though, the Lights are a truly magical evening out - the kind of must-do experience the whole family will remember.
The event, which is more like a mini festival, holds a special place on many family calendars and is something we are especially excited about being able to celebrate this year. Whether you’re a regular Lights-goer though or have never been, the 2020 event won’t disappoint.
This year at the Lights Festival you can pop over to ‘Lovers Corner’ for a picture perfect moment under a tunnel of hearts. There is also the gigantic 'Snowy the Snowman' which is sure to be a hit with the kids - standing 8m tall, you will feel minuscule as you walk through his belly. And whilst we are on the subject of oversized lights, you can't miss the Giant Castle with a walk through tunnel and customary photo with the Giant Christmas Tree.
Hands down one of the best things about the Christmas Lights Spectacular however, is that it runs all through January, finishing on Australia Day, meaning you can visit a few times or schedule your visit for after the busy Christmas period. If you do get the opportunity to go before Christmas though, make sure you visit Santa’s Workshop. The kids can write their letter to Santa and post it in the special Mailbox that goes directly to the North Pole.
With so many amazing displays, the Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Lights Spectacular really is ‘where the magic happens'. For more information and ticketing options, visit Hunter Valley Gardens.