The News visited homes across the region this week which were draped with twinkling lights and festive decorations.December 21, 2012 9:52am
There's plenty of treasures to be found when you go looking for Christmas light displays in Greater Shepparton.
News photographer Simon Bingham and journalist Kaitlin Thals spent Tuesday night trekking around the region to find houses that had embraced the Christmas spirit.
Among them was the Frizzell family on McIsaac St in Mooroopna, who have been decorating their home for 22 years.
There's Narelle Argus in Wren St, Toolamba, who makes many of her own decorations and draws hundreds of people keen to see the display.
The Gallace family have turned their home into a Christmas wonderland inside and out in an effort that takes a number of days to set up.
Congratulations to everyone who decorated with Christmas lights this year - it's amazing to see Greater Shepparton lighting up as a community.
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