Those cruising through the centre of Nambucca Heads of an evening will probably have clocked this incredible display - it's pretty hard to miss with the jolly six metre-tall inflatable Santa beaming at you.
Ricky Bush, Laura Partridge, Jamie McKay and Rachie Hill are the creative masterminds behind 147 Mann Street's Christmas lights.
Besides the colossal Kris Kringle, there are two blow-ups, four laser lights and seventeen separate sets of fairy lights.
Laura said Christmas "means everything" to them; it's about spending time with family, and sharing the love to make other people happy.
"We love doing Christmas lights as it's officially the most wonderful time of year, and, all across the nation, we love seeing families together with smiles and their reactions to lights and decorations," Laura said.
Guardian News are hoping to compile a list of the Nambucca Valley's best Christmas lights displays as a handy guide for families and festive season diehards.
But we need your help!
If you've got a set-up that's worth a squizz, please send us a photo or two and a few details: name, address, and if you feel like it, a bit about your set-up and why you like to decorate your house with lights.
We're hoping to publish the list online, and in print next week.
Send your details to Mel Dee at firstname.lastname@example.org, via text message to 0428 175 478 or via the Guardian News Facebook page.