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The magic of Christmas will transform Canterbury-Bankstown into a City of lights.
And residents will be encouraged to decorate their homes and show the rest of Sydney the spirit of Christmas is very much alive.
Council will also mark the festive season by installing Christmas trees and lights across seven suburbs.
A Council spokesperson said this Christmas will be extra special after being locked down for much of the year.
“It’s wonderful to see Christmas decorations already popping up in stores across the City,” said the spokesperson.
“People are really looking forward to celebrating with family and friends.
To help residents get into the spirit, Council is running a competition to find the best decorated house and will be awarding prizes of up to $500.
“I know parents do the drive around with the kids to see Christmas lights, so we want to find the best lights in town,” the spokesperson said.
“We’ll be looking for the most outstanding Christmas displays, it’s not just about the lights but the most creative and engaging.”
The competition to find the best decorated house will open on Wednesday 1 December.
Town centres will be decorated, and seven larger-than-life Christmas trees will be installed over the coming weeks at:
To launch the Christmas season, a virtual lighting ceremony will be live streamed from Paul Keating Park at 8pm on Thursday 2 December.
For more information about our Christmas events, visit cb.city/Christmas
8/12/2021 4:21 PM