Bigger. Bolder. Brighter. Come along and be amazed at the spectacular display of lights dancing to music, the laser light show, and discover the Amazing Magical Museum… I wonder what is happening at the North Pole?
6th Annual Paeroa Christmas Lights Show, 9 Dec - 24 Dec 2017
The 7th Annual Paeroa Christmas Lights Show will be held at the Historical Maritime Park and Museum from Saturday 9 December to Christmas Eve, Sunday 24 December 2017 – 8.30.pm – 11pm every night. Entry closes at 10pm.
- Pre school $2
- School children $5
- Adults $15
A big thanks to Adams Electrical for all their support with the show!
How it all began
Since 2009 the Paeroa Maritime Museum and Park has been the host to Carols by Candlelight, but in 2011 we decided to take it further, much further.
It all started with an idea, and Ellen Cooper and Robert Yeates created the inspiration for the light show. And we, the Historic Maritime Park Museum, would like to thank them for that because now the Paeroa Christmas Lights Show has become an annual phenomenom which just keeps growing and getting better.
It wouldn’t have happened without the terrific support from the New Zealand Community Trust, Rotary, the Lions and Esmae, Bruce and Candy Jamieson and the Girl Guides for their creative input. Not to mention our many, many other volunteers who are always eager to donate their time and energy for no more than a cup of tea, a cake and the sheer enjoyment of seeing the achievement and the joy on the faces of all those who come along.
Keep an eye on our site, because more wonderful stories will be posted as we grow even further.
Directions and parking
Finding us is easy
Paeroa is centrally located between Auckland and Tauranga on State Highway 2. The Paeroa Christmas Lights Show is just north of town, you can’t miss it.
Our address is 6894 Puke Rd, Paeroa.
There’s plenty of parking, but please do not park on the main road. To find your way to park right beside the entrance to the Light Show, turn on to Hubbard Road and follow the signs that will lead you down Ngahina Wharf (below the Puke bridge) and right to our doorstep.