Peninsula Lights 


Please help us illuminate the Tasman & Forestier Peninsulas on Friday July 15, 2022 by decorating your place with light!

The dark depths of winter is the perfect time to break out those Christmas (or other!) lights so they can best be admired and enjoyed, especially by families with younger children and folks who struggle to make it out after a late summer sunset to see the displays at other times of year.

If you live on or visit the Tasman & Forestier Peninsulas we invite you to participate by adding lights to the outside of your house, shack, block, or business – lights should be safe, secure and seen from the road, but otherwise what you do is up to you!

There is no cost to participate and no requirement to register. Registering will allow us to keep you updated, as well as to put together a(n online) map of lit-up locations for those who want see them all.

Peninsula Lights is an initiative of the Eaglehawk Neck Community and Hall Association together with Turrakana – Tasman Arts’s LIGHTWAVE festival – for more details, head to

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