After several festive days of judging the city’s merriest homes, suburbs and businesses, the best entrants and winners have been confirmed for the City of Ipswich Christmas Lights Competition.
Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said it was fantastic to see hundreds of homes, streets and businesses getting into the festive spirit with unmissable Christmas lights displays across the city.
“Congratulations to this year’s winners as well as all those who entered the competition and went to great lengths to create Christmas displays that have transformed Ipswich streets and shopfronts into merry wonderlands,” Mayor Harding said.
“It is always a heart-warming experience visiting communities all over Ipswich and seeing the joy on people’s faces as they explore our city to enjoy countless unique Christmas displays.”
Economic and Industry Development Committee Chairperson Councillor Nicole Jonic said 73 homes, businesses and streets entered a festive display in this year’s Christmas lights competition.
“By decorating their homes, yards, decks, roofs and fences, entrants in the competition help share the season’s wonderful spirit and colour with our community and visitors to Ipswich,” Cr Jonic said.
“Across our festive city, families will be able to enjoy some of South East Queensland’s largest, most creative and colourful Christmas lights displays in their driveways, suburbs and shopfronts.”
2022 City of Ipswich Christmas Lights Competition
Best Residential – presented by STRUD Property
Winner: 21 Hillier Court, Flinders View
Runner-Up: 134 Lewis Drive, Karalee
Best New Entry – presented by Harvey Norman Booval
Winner: 6 Conlan Court, Augustine Heights
Best Business – presented by River 94.9
Winner: The Pavilion Hair
Runner-Up: The Public Trustee of Queensland
Best Street – presented by Event Cinemas Springfield
Winner: Nova Court, Flinders View
People’s Choice Award – presented by Choices Flooring by Mallets, Ipswich
Winner: 36 Paul Tully Avenue, Collingwood Park
Lucky Entrant prize – presented by Pocket Retreats
Winner: 14 Discovery Street, Flinders View
Free entries for the competition closed 28 November, and winning entrants shared in over $8,000 worth of cash and prizes.
For the full list of addresses part of the 2022 City of Ipswich Christmas Lights Competition, visit ChristmasInIpswich.com.au
The Christmas Lights Competition was delivered by Ipswich City Council with the support of the following partners: Nine News Queensland, Energex, River 94.9, STRUD Property, Event Cinemas Springfield, Choices Flooring by Mallets Ipswich, Harvey Norman Booval, Premier Queensland and Pocket Retreats.