Best and brightest Bunbury homes wanted for South Western Times Christmas lights guide

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For the past five years, Marie Vranjes has been decorating her house in Dalyellup to raise money for Perth Children's Hospital.
Camera IconFor the past five years, Marie Vranjes has been decorating her house in Dalyellup to raise money for Perth Children's Hospital. Credit: Shannon Verhagen/South Western Times

With only 11 sleeps until the man in red visits the South West, homes across the region are decking the halls to share the festive cheer.

Festive fun took over the city on Sunday for the annual Christmas in the City celebration, as people came together to celebrate community spirit in a time of giving.

But the good times do not stop there.

Bunbury residents have been helping keep the city jolly and bright by decorating their homes with lights, inflatables and toys, with some going the extra step to synch their eye-catching light displays to Christmas classics like Jingle Bells and Here Comes Santa Claus.

The South Western Times and Bunbury Herald are on the hunt for the best and brightest homes in the region to help compile a festive guide for keen Christmas lights seekers — and we need your help.

Last year’s lights guide helped locals brighten their nights with The Times sharing the locations of captivating displays in Australind, Eaton, Millbridge, Bunbury, Dalyellup and Collie.

Help illuminate the starry night and spread the festive cheer by adding your twinkling display to the map.

Want your home to be included? Email editor@swtimes.com.au with your address.

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