Christmas Lights

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Just a quick list of Christmas lights we have visited this year and a copy of our favourite Christmas lights game- Christmas Lights Bingo!

So far we have visited...

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James Ave, Seaholme- Model train, big inflatables and so, so, many lights! Free lollies for the kids from a mannequin Santa.

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Queen St Altona - LOADS of lights and some inflatables. A good one to stop at.  

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71 Dunnings Road Point Cook- Lots of big inflatables, a train and tree in the window, a garden path with decorations and plenty of lights.  They have everything set up early so it's a good one for kids with early bedtimes or a nice start to the night. They are collecting donations for the Breast Cancer Foundation.

The kids ticked off the entire board at 71 Dunnings Road Point Cook! The display is pretty awesome!

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Santanda Crescent Point Cook- A lot of the houses along the street get in on the fun so the street is blocked off to traffic. It's a nice little walk along with plenty of fairy lights and a couple of houses with musical displays. They are collecting donations for the Fire Brigade.

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These next three are great to do together in one night. It's a run that covers everything- inflatables, snow, trains, Lego, lights, bubbles, popcorn and Christmas gold fish.

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Aloma Crescent Wyndam Vale- A Thomas the Tank Engine that blows bubbles and projects Christmas movies! Christmas goldfish, Lego display, model train, lights, lots of awesome homemade unique displays. A real winner! 

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Bethany Road Hoppers Crossing- Lots of inflatables, lights, a snow machine, a bubble machine and they are selling popcorn to raise money for charity! Great house to visit! 

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Wilson Crescent Hoppers Crossing- Epic amount of lights, lots of inflatables and candy canes for the kids.  

 

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Federation Square- projections from 9pm and a giant Christmas bauble covered in fairy lights. 

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Melbourne Town Hall- Amazing projection show on the half hour from 9pm. 

Crown Casino- Music and diaramas in a half hourly show. Also some beautiful Christmas trees and free Santa photos. Catch the fire towers going off on the hour right outside from dusk.  

We went to last year's favourite Sheppard Court in Altona Meadows (the one with the snow machine) but they are not running this year.

Any good houses we should check out? Please let me know!

Update! 

The kids said the original version was too easy. Here's a tougher round of bingo!  

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