"I think the song is amazing. It lends itself to people being happy, and every time I speak to someone who has kids they say 'oh my kids love that song', so I think it's a great choice for Christmas," home owner Kim Illman said.
Not all Illman's neighbours may agree, but you can't argue with his dedication.
"I did a little count this morning and there's over 41,000 individual globes. There's some 2000 channels and you have to program every challenge and tell it what to do at every stage during the three minute song."More stories from Today Tonight
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It's certainly not Jingle Bells, but Illman does collect donations for charity.
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