We are sad to advise that we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Lights on the Lake Community Festival in the interests of community and volunteer safety.
We hope to be back in December 2021 for the 10th event.
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The fun will start at 4pm with music and entertainment all afternoon and evening and supervised kids’ activities from 4 – 6pm., Come and try your hand beating out a rhythm in the free drumming circle.
Treat yourself and the kids to some great food with plenty of tasty choices. Or get a group of friends together and bring your families, a picnic blanket and hamper to set up on the grass to watch the fun on stage or on the bank of the Lake to watch the water parade of decorated and lit kayaks and canoes from dusk.
There will be arts and crafts stalls featuring affordable and original work from local artists. If you have trouble finding just the right gift for the person who has everything, you’re sure to find something interesting from the range of unique, handcrafted gifts on offer. It’s a chance to do your Christmas shopping while supporting local artists.
Santa will arrive from across the lake around 6pm before the dazzling water parade of kayaks and canoes festooned with Christmas lights and decorations commences as darkness falls. Start decorating your kayak or canoe now. You can register in advance (see below) or on the day before 5.30pm.
This is a family event that will appeal to all ages. We’ll finish up by 8pm so you won’t be out too late on Sunday night. If you live nearby consider walking, cycling or paddling to the event. The park is right next to bus stops on Nicklin Way. You will probably meet a neighbour or two because it’s a chance for our community to get out and have an enjoyable afternoon in our own beautiful part of the world.
Put the date in your calendar now and we’ll keep you posted.
Download a program and map for the 2019 event. Save it to your phone.
Some photos from previous events
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Register for the Water Procession
Just decorate your kayak or canoe, register in advance or at the event, bring your craft along.
You must be ready and registered at the launch site (Crummunda Park) by 5.30pm.
No naked flames, no motorised craft.
Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult and wear a flotation device.
But most of all, have fun!
Download the entry form (Microsoft Word Doc).
Download the entry form (PDF file)
Save the form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or post to: Lights on the Lake, 1 Gam Ave, Currimundi QLD 4551
or bring the completed from to the event – you must register by 5.30pm.
Crummunda Park is on the northern shore of Currimundi Lake, to the east of the Nicklin Way bridge.
We recommend you travel to the event by public transport if possible.
Lights on the lake is a community event organised by local community volunteers.
Lights on the lake is organised and stafed entirely by volunteers.
The organsing committee comprises volunteers from local community groups Currimundi Catchment Care Group and Caloundra Lions Club.
Co-chair of the committee: Tony Moorhead & David Allan
This event is proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program
Bendigo Bank Caloundra Community Bank Branch are major sponsors of the event. The Bank has generously sponsored the entertainment stage.
IGA Wurtulla. In 2015 we welcomed IGA Wurtulla as a new sponsor. The store have donated funds raised through their Community Chest to the event. Thanks Ben and the team at IGA Wurtulla.
Thank you Coco’s Beach Cafe for your sponsorship.