Lobethal Lights 2020 – Lobethal – South Australia – Australia

Posted: December 30, 2020 in Australia, South Australia, Travel
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Wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2021.

With the interruptions from bush fires in 2019 and cancellation of many events due to the Covid 19 pandemic, I needed to see how the Lobethal Christmas decorations are done.

Lobethal is a city famous for its Christmas lighting for over sixty years and is located 35 Kilometers from Adelaide city and will take about 45 mins to drive there. Lobethal is up in the Adelaide hills so you should expect to drive in winding roads and to encounter wildlife on road so take care when driving and better drive little bit slower than the allowed maximum speed.

In the true spirit of Christmas this lighting festival has become a tradition and now it has evolved into becoming the largest community Christmas lighting display in the Southern Hemisphere.

Lights will be displayed from 20th December to 31st each year, I encourage all of you to visit Lobethal and support this community event.

Score out of 5
 1 Parking Availability When all events are happening it will bit hard to find parking.


 2 Wheelchair Access Easy


 3 Accessibility Most of the decorations can be enjoyed being inside the car.


 4 Facilities Lobethal city facilities will be available.

Toilets – Yes

Barbecue – Yes


 5 Scenery Nothing much when dark.



Below is a video I made from the visit.



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