2017 Christmas Lights Competition

Get out your Christmas lights and decorations! It’s time to start preparing for the 2017 North Burnett Christmas Lights Competition. Residents and local businesses in the North Burnett are invited to decorate their homes, windows and gardens in the ‘Spirit of Christmas 2017’.

In partnership with the following community organisations, Council has opened nominations to this FREE community event. North Burnett Regional Council proudly sponsors all six townships equally in the competition.

  • Biggenden: Apex Club Biggenden
  • Eidsvold: Eidsvold Chamber of Commerce
  • Gayndah: Gayndah Rotary Club
  • Monto: Monto Magic Tourism Group
  • Mt Perry: Mt Perry Sport & Rec
  • Mundubbera: Mundubbera Enterprise Association

Prizes include:

  • Best Residence: First $100 Second $50 Third $25
  • Best Business: First $100 Second $50

Displays are judged according to visual appeal, overall impact, uniqueness, variety of decorations used, safety and tidiness.

To be part of this year’s Christmas Lights Competition, residents are requested to nominate their residence or business by 4.30pm Thursday, 7 December 2017. Nomination Forms are available here or at any of Council’s six Administration Centres / Libraries.

Judging will take place during the week commencing Monday, 11 – Friday 15 December 2017.

For local competition information please contact:

Biggenden Apex – Justin: 0406 353 834

Eidsvold Chamber of Commerce – Michael: 0428 765 569

Gayndah Rotary – Dael: 0475 006 544

Monto Magic Tourism Action Group – Liz: 4166 1454

Mt Perry Sport & Recreation Inc – Beppie: 4165 3185

Mundubbera Enterprise Association – Sherrie: 4165 3000

Entries are encouraged (but not essential).

2016 North Burnett Christmas Lights Competition is proudly sponsored by North Burnett Regional Council and our community partners: Biggenden Apex – Eidsvold Chamber of Commerce – Gayndah Rotary – Monto Magic Tourism Action Group – Mt Perry Sport & Recreation Club Inc. – Mundubbera Enterprise Association.

 

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