Christmas cheer found all across the state | Photos

Christmas cheer brought to communities across the state

Life & Style

We asked, and you provided! Here is a snapshot of the great Christmas on-farm features bringing cheer to local communities around the state.


IT IS Christmas day, Santa Claus has visited and farming families across the state are kicking up their heels for a well deserved break catching up with friends and loved ones.

To celebrate Christmas, The Land is bringing you a snapshot of the great on-farm festive features bringing cheer to local communities around the state.

Many producers have decked the fields with bales of hay, while others spruced their gateways and letterboxes with tinsel and baubles to bring Christmas cheer to all.

One locality getting into the Christmas spirit was Loomberah near Tamworth, with residents going all out for the annual 'Light up Loomberah' competition.

In its fourth year, the popular event attracted 28 entries with the M and J Pittman taking out first place.

Featured also was Santa's ute bogged at the Tongue's residence - a fitting scene which is relatable this harvest.

At Windemere south of Hay, Will Sandow, 10, showed his skills by building and decorating Christmas trees for his family's letterbox.

Jess Reynolds gave a shout out to the outlying areas of Adelong, including Bangadang and Yaven Creek, which had an array of setups, including the popular kids' television character, 'Bluey'.

A number of Bluey scenes have popped up across, with some families keeping tally of how many they see during their travels.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from the team at The Land. Stay safe.


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