Spotlight Your Sparkle Competition



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Allianz’s Spotlight Your Sparkle competition


Allianz recognises what a special time of year Christmas is – it brings together family, friends and the wider community through festive traditions and holiday cheer. In Australia, Christmas light displays are a hugely popular way to celebrate the season with four in five Aussies believing that festive lights are an important part of how we celebrate Christmas. To help celebrate and encourage more Aussies to share their festive sparkle with their local community, we have launched Allianz’s Spotlight Your Sparkle competition! Partnering with News Corp, Allianz is running a national competition to find the homes with biggest and brightest Christmas light displays.


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We’ve also brought on board international award winning designer and TV presenter Jamie Durie as Allianz’s Chief Festive Officer to spread the festive spirit, and help pick the winning homes. One lucky winner from each participating state will receive $1,000 for the best looking festive display for that state, PLUS we will donate $1,000 to an Australian charity of the winner’s choice.



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2019 winners

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NSW/ACT: Peter Overton of Quakers Hills made use of palm trees and a real-life Christmas tree to form the feature of his display. Peter chose Light for Kids as his charity of choice


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VIC: Tom Sykes of Kew East, constructed a fairy light Christmas tree installation in his front yard, and used LEDs to highlight the structure of the house. Tom is donating to Starlight Children’s Foundation


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SA: Beverley Bradwell of Woodcroft, for her castle-like design, perfect symmetry and beautiful message displayed, with not a light out of place. Beverley has chosen to donate to Share the Dignity


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WA: Marie Vranjes of Dalyellupcovered every part of her home and yard with festive lights and created a home for families to visit Santa. Marie has chosen Perth Children’s Hospital as her charity


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QLD: Yvonne Miles of Sandstone Pointused a mixture of lights and life-size decorations to bring the spirit of Christmas to their community. Yvonne has chosen to donate to the Heart Foundation


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TAS: [Name withheld] of Burnie, created a two-story masterpiece covering every tree and native plant in their garden with lights, and adorned the home with dazzling lights and inflatable festive displays. Charity: The Smith Family

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