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Christmas in Lane Cove

 

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Looking for some of the best local lights in Lane Cove? View our 2018 Light Up Lane Cove Christmas Lights map

From dinosaurs to dachshunds and Santas on bicycles, there's something for everyone to enjoy when they take a tour of Light Up Lane Cove homes this year. With 24 local homes registered to take part it was another tough year for Council's judges.

Congratulations to First Place winner 17 Yallambee Road, Riverview who has left no stone unturned when it comes to decorating their home. From moving Santas, a lamp post that snows and the iconic white boomers, it's hard not to get into the Christmas spirit when admiring the effort of this masterpiece (pictured below).

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 To view 17 Yallambee Road take a look at the video: Light Up Lane Cove Winner 2018 (video credit: Judy Tanner)

Second Place was awarded to 3 Wisdom Road, Greenwich who also took out Third Place in the People's Choice Award. Third Place overall went to 61 Kimberley Avenue, winner of the People's Choice Award. 53 Garling Street took out Second Place in the People's Choice Award with a range of inflatables and colourful creatures.

Sutherland Street proved they're still top of the list after being awarded Best Street for the sixth straight year. The Street has once again generously donated their prize to Lights for Kids, a fundraising initiative run by the Sydney Children's Hospital Network.

Overall Winners

1st Place 17 Yallambee Road, Riverview

2nd Place – 3 Wisdom Road, Greenwich

3rd Place – 61 Kimberley Avenue, Lane Cove

People's Choice

1st Place 61 Kimberley Avenue, Lane Cove

2nd Place  53 Garling Street, Lane Cove

3rd Place – 3 Wisdom Road, Greenwich

Best Street

Sutherland Street, Lane Cove

Council would like to thank everyone who got into the community spirit by decorating their homes and voting in the People's Choice Awards. Wishing you all a safe and happy Christmas!


Lane Cove's Guiding Stars
Lane Cove’s Guiding Stars is a temporary public art project that will encourage residents to think twice about the amount of electronic waste generated through Christmas gift-giving with a series of six captivating three-dimensional installations. The artworks will be on display in the Lane Cove Village this December. See if you can spot them all! Find out more online.