Entries were opened for a short period only, but this did not affect the entry numbers of this popular competition, attracting fifty entries from across the region.
‘I’m quite sure this competition has become a community favourite,’ Mayor Kerry Hayes said.
‘We love our Christmas lights and every year the decorations mean that people open their homes to strangers and bring people together.
‘This is a wonderful showcase of our community spirit and I thank everyone involved.’
Entries were scored on originality, coordination and Christmas spirit with the top two in each area winning a prize.
The 2019 Light up your town winners
First prize – 1250 Mulcahys Road
First prize – Tehillah, 25874 Dawson Highway
First prize – 4 Railway Reserve
Second prize – 71 Wattle Street
First prize – 8 Colliery Street
First prize – 88 Burns Street
Second prize – 44b Conrad Street
First prize – 23 Edward Street
First prize – Sandown Street collectively entered
Second prize – 3 Ascot Court
First prize – 55 Clematis Street
Second prize – 52 Meteor Street
First prize – 7 Golden Willow Drive
First prize – 289 Cona Creek Road
Second prize – 50 Dame Street
First prize – 15 Emuapple Street
Second prize –14 Bradman Street
First prize – Rolleston Police Station
Second prize – Duaringa Historical and Tourism Association
Third prize – Miners Common Museum