Homes across the Blue Mountains have lit up for Christmas with impressive festive displays.
So where are the best places to see them?
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Leon and Bev Carter’s Christmas lights display at 8 Robertswood Avenue, Blaxland is one of many “must-see” Christmas lights displays in the Mountains.
The lights were switched on at an official ceremony on November 25 and will remain on each night until Christmas Eve. All donations raised from the display go to the Mt Riverview Rural Fire Brigade.
“Apart from being a local tradition this one of the few displays where it's worth stopping, getting out and walking around the lights, train and Santa figures,” Mt Riverview Rural Fire Brigade posted on its Facebook page.
The neighbours at number 6 and 7 Robertswood Avenue also take part with impressive displays.
Santa will visit Robertswood Avenue on the back of a fire truck at 8pm on Christmas Eve.