Ipswich Christmas lights comp winners shine bright

Ipswich is once again aglow with festive cheer as the winners of this year’s highly anticipated Christmas Lights Competition, presented by Nine News Queensland, are announced.

Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said residents and visitors alike would be treated to a dazzling display of creativity and holiday spirit, turning the city into a Christmas wonderland.

“Congratulations to all entrants and this year’s winners – your displays showcase the immense talent and dedication of Ipswich’s residents in spreading joy and warmth through the art of holiday decorating,” Mayor Harding said.

“I know our judging panel had a difficult task selecting the best displays, as each had their unique flair.

“You’ve truly outdone yourselves and the creativity, passion, and sense of community displayed through these breathtaking creations embody the true spirit of Christmas.”

Community, Culture, Arts and Sport Committee Chairperson Councillor Andrew Fechner said 88 businesses, homes and streets entered the competition this year.

“The Christmas Lights Competition has become a beloved tradition in our city, and this year’s entrants have perfectly captured the magic of the season,” Cr Fechner said.

“In the spirit of unity and celebration, we’d encourage residents to take a festive stroll or drive to the neighborhoods to enjoy the enchanting displays and remember that, even in challenging times, the community can come together to create moments of joy and connection.”

2023 City of Ipswich Christmas Lights Competition winners

Best Business – presented by River 94.9

Winner: Gawdy Green Copy & Print, 4 Bell Street, Ipswich

Runner-up: The Public Trustee Queensland – Ipswich, 99 Brisbane Street, Ipswich

Best Business winner Gawdy Green Copy & Print, 4 Bell Street, Ipswich.

Best Business runner-up: The Public Trustee Queensland – Ipswich, 99 Brisbane Street, Ipswich.

Best Residential – presented by STRUD

Winner: 36 Mahogany Street, Raceview

Runner-up: 1 Paul Tully Avenue, Collingwood Park

Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding, Deputy Mayor Russell Milligan and STRUD with Best Residential Winner, 36 Mahogany Street Raceview.

Best Street – presented by Event Cinemas Springfield

Paul Tully Avenue, Collingwood Park

Cr Andrew Fechner and Cr Marnie Doyle with Best Street Winner, Paul Tully Avenue Collingwood Park.

People’s Choice – presented by Choices Flooring by Mallets, Ipswich

1 Paul Tully Avenue, Collingwood Park

People’s Choice winner was 1 Paul Tully Avenue, Collingwood Park.

Best New Entry – presented by Harvey Norman Booval

59 Harmony Crescent, South Ripley (not pictured).

The City of Ipswich Christmas Lights Competition is delivered with the support of the following partners: Nine News Queensland, Energex, River 94.9, STRUD, Pet Mince Direct, Event Cinemas Springfield, Choices Flooring by Mallets Ipswich, Harvey Norman Booval and Premier Queensland.

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