The Barnett family home at Benaraby (pictured) previously won the Grand Prize in a Christmas lights competition.
The Barnett family home at Benaraby (pictured) previously won the Grand Prize in a Christmas lights competition. Contributed

Put your Christmas lights on the map

GLADSTONE always shines brightly at night - but even more so in the festive season.

With Christmas around the corner, Christmas lights have begun popping up all around town. What better way to brighten the spirits of those who pass by than by adorning your home with Christmas lights?

The Observer is assembling a map of our Christmas lights. To have your lights added, email andrea. mcewan@gladstoneobserver. com.au by Friday, December 7.

If you have seen a display around town you want people to know about, please let us know.

Lights Map

  • The Observer hopes to create a map of Christmas lights addresses
  • Email andrea.mcewan@ gladstoneobserver.com.au by December 7 to be included on the map


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