CARS and buses are lining up to see this bright spark of a Christmas display.
Warrnambool's Jamie Pimblett first started putting displays together at his Maneroo Court home in 2014.
This year, it took Mr Pimblett two months to put together, and he'll keep working on it until Christmas Eve.
"If you head over to the house on Christmas Eve you'll be in for a surprise," he said.
The majority of the items are handmade. They include three elves featuring 500 individual lights each and several soldiers which have between 1000 and 1500 lights each.
"I drill the holes for each light," Mr Pimblett said. "There's so many small details."
N OTHER NEWS:
Mr Pimblett said in the first year purchasing items to put up cost him $1000, with some inflatables costing $200 each.
"It got so expensive that I started making them myself," he said.
Mr Pimblett said growing up he most enjoyed the Christmas displays that had lots of lights, so now he focussed on lights displays for the enjoyment of his children and others.
"If it wasn't for my (his and wife Jessica's five) children (who all live with autism), I would never have put the lights up," he said.
Unfortunately, not everything went to plan this year.
"This year I wanted to make a sleigh to put onto the lawn that I could sit in and hand out lollies to the children, but I ran out of time," he said.
"I tried to do an archway but that changed. Some items have had to be redone due to wind and rain damage."
Check out the display at 1 Maneroo Court in Warrnambool.
Also check out this display at Bushfield.
Now just one tap with our new app: Digital subscribers now have the convenience of faster news, right at your fingertips with The Standard:
Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. This is how you can access our trusted content:
Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.