Rolleston Police Station was awarded first prize for the business entrants section of the Central Highlands Regional Council's annual Christmas lights competition.
Rolleston Police Station was awarded first prize for the business entrants section of the Central Highlands Regional Council's annual Christmas lights competition.

Revealed: Christmas light competition winners announced

CENTRAL Highlands Regional Council’s annual Christmas light competition, ‘Light up your town’ winners have been announced.

Entries were opened for a short period only, but this did not affect the entry numbers of this popular competition, attracting fifty entries from across the region.

“I’m quite sure this competition has become a community favourite,” Mayor Kerry Hayes said.

“We love our Christmas lights and every year the decorations mean that people open their homes to strangers and bring people together.

“This is a wonderful showcase of our community spirit and I thank everyone involved.”

Entries were scored on originality, co-ordination and Christmas spirit with the top two in each area winning a prize.

Arcadia Valley

  • First prize – 1250 Mulcahys Rd

Bauhinia

  • First prize – Tehillah, 25874 Dawson Hwy

Blackwater

  • First prize – 4 Railway Reserve
  • Second prize – 71 Wattle St

Bluff

  • First prize – 8 Colliery St

Capella

  • First prize – 88 Burns St
  • Second prize – 44b Conrad St

Duaringa

  • First prize – 23 Edward St

Emerald

  • First prize – Sandown Street collectively entered
  • Second prize – 3 Ascot Crt

Rolleston

  • First prize – 55 Clematis St
  • Second prize – 52 Meteor St

Sapphire Gemfields

  • First prize – 7 Golden Willow Dr

Springsure

  • First prize – 289 Cona Creek Rd
  • Second prize – 50 Dame St

Tieri

  • First prize – 15 Emuapple St
  • Second prize – 14 Bradman St

Business entrants

  • First prize – Rolleston Police Station
  • Second prize – Duaringa Historical and Tourism Association
  • Third prize – Miners Common Museum


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