The Giant Christmas Tree | Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga | Adelaide

The Giant Christmas Tree in Adelaide’s Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga

This beautiful Christmas Tree towers over Victoria Square each year and lights up nightly from 8.00pm until the end of the festive season as part of Council’s Christmas Festival. The tree features a light display which runs for approximately 15 minutes. 

This is a fabulous Christmas outing with the kids and it’s also completely free to visit. You can take a picnic or grab some food from the Adelaide Central Market or Gouger Street and admire the lights while sitting in Victoria Square.



There are also some pop-up water fountains in front of the Christmas Tree, so it’s a good idea to wear bathers or take a change of clothes and towel if your kids can’t resist running through the water (which is most kids!).


The tree is also worth visiting during the day if you have little ones who are usually asleep by 8pm.

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For more information and all enquiries follow the City of Adelaide Facebook page.

What:     Adelaide’s Giant Christmas Tree

When:    November – December 2021 | nightly from 8.00pm

Where:   Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga | King William Rd, Adelaide

Who:       Everyone

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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