Just a few short months back, crossing the Queensland/New South Wales border at night was something you could have easily blinked, and missed. Not anymore.

Twin Towns new border light show is big, bold and has the towns talking, with locals and visitors flocking to find a perfect spot to capture the dazzling sight on their cameras and phones.

This month, the State of Origin battle erupts on the Twin Towns building. A special presentation on the giant 17 x 5 metre screen will see the exterior of the Club awash with blue and maroon in the lead-up to each of the games.

Rumour has it there may be a little more blue than maroon, but whichever side you barrack for, the screen will have it covered.

Catch the State of Origin display for 10 minutes, on the hour, every hour, from 6pm to midnight on Wednesday 6 June, Sunday 24 June and Wednesday 11 July. In between each hour, colourful graphics and digital displays will keep the cameras snapping.

As the Cooly Rocks On Festival rolls into Coolangatta and Tweed Heads in June, nostalgia-loving visitors will be greeted by a 50s and 60s themed presentation on the screen.

The clips capture the atmosphere of Cooly Rocks On with dance scenes, footage of music legends of the 50s and 60s and colourful neons and graphics from the era.

The Cooly Rocks On lightshow runs for 10 minutes on the hour, every hour from 6pm to midnight, in the lead-up and during the Festival until Monday 11 June.

Share the experience with family, friends or visitors and make sure you post your snaps on Facebook and Instagram.