The Perth Christmas Lights Trail returns to Perth and its surrounds from this Friday 20 November until January 3, delivering a dazzling display for the festive season.
In a year when the Christmas cheers is probably needed more than ever, the beloved trail will be lighting up 30 stunning stops over four different journies.
In addition to the four trails, the city will come alive even further with roving entertainment every Friday and Saturday night, along with during the day on Saturdays and Sundays.
Check out a brief rundown of each trail below, and head to Visit Perth for a more comprehensive breakdown.
Central Red Trail
This section of the trail takes in much of Hay Street and St Georges Terrace (where you can’t miss the moodjit yongas AKA kangaroos), along with a couple of pitstops in Brookfield Place, the Enex building and Elizabeth Quay.
Central Blue Trail
From there head north to the Murray Street Mall and Forrest Chase to be mesmerised by a massive 9m tall tree, some peacocks and even a cheeky Rudolph.
Heading north over the horseshoe bridge and kicking off at the new WA Museum, the bubbling night time hub of Northbridge glows even brighter across the Cultural Centre, Yagan Square, Northbridge Piazza and Kings Square.
West Perth Micro Trail
For the first time ever the Christmas Lights Trail winds its way up Hay Street into West Perth, where you’ll spot Santa’s Throne and Boots on the corners of Colin and Outram Street.
Claisebrook Cove Trail
Last, but certainly not least, Claisebrook Cove in East Perth will be taken over by the Lotterywest Lights Trail, featuring a beautiful riverside walk with a different.
Images: Visit Perth