Don’t miss the Christmas market on the Christmas light tour

NOT TO BE MISSED: The Garden of Lights at Emperors Palace is every child's dream come true.

IT’S that time of the year again, when residents have decorated their homes and gardens for Christmas.

This means it’s also time for residents to share the magic of Christmas, by planning which of these decorated properties they want to view. So share in the joy and plan your Christmas lights tour.



61 Schoeman Street (lights on from December 1 from 19:00, weather permitting); 19 Noord Street (lights on from 19:15 to 22:30); 10 Braun Street.


110 Susanna Road.

New Redruth:

Universal motor vehicle dealership, corner of Voortrekker and Eaton Terrace Road; New Redruth Village Shopping Centre; 2 Clinton Road.


The ever-popular Amcare Tree of Light will be burning for the month of December. This tree will burn bright with lights bulbs, which were sold in remembrance of those who passed away.


77 Vermooten Street (lights on from December 3 from 19:00 to 22:00 every evening, weather permitting – pop in at the mini Christmas Market every evening until December 27, from 19:00. Children can have their photographs taken with Father Christmas); 27 Jakkals Street; (19:30 to 22:30, until January 1, 2017); 28 Jakkals Street (lights on from December 3); 20 Abel Moller Street (lights on from December 1, from 19:00 to 22:00 every night);


2 Bulshoek Street (lights on from December 13 to December 23); 58 Neville Road (lights on from December 2 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays): 12 Sue Street; 26 Andries Road (lights already on for viewing); 17 Limpopo Street (lights on from 19:00 to 22:00 and on December 24 on until 00:30, weather permitting); 21 Limpopo Street.

Mayberry Park:

4 Besembos (lights on from December 9 until after Christmas, 19:00 to 22:00, weather permitting).



99 Hatfield Avenue (lights on from November 18 to January 1).


Winchester Hills:

382 Devereux Avenue (lights on from December 9 at 19:00).


Step into a festive season wonderland at the spellbinding Garden of Lights, located in the perfectly manicured gardens at Emperors Palace, in Kempton Park, from December 2 to January 8.

This magical event features dazzling lights and colourful characters who have delighted over 900 000 visitors – and promises to welcome countless more.

Entry to the garden is R25 per person. Booking is essential and can be made through Webtickets on, or at a Pick n Pay money counter. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Cancer Association of South Africa and the Peermont Children’s and Education Trusts.

Gates to the spectacular event, will be open from 19:00 to 22:00 daily, weather permitting. In the event of rainy weather, ticket holders will be contacted via SMS to reschedule their visit.

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