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Blue Mountains Christmas in July

Crack out the eggnog and dodgy cracker jokes – it’s Christmas in July in the Blue Mountains!


Be tempted out of hibernation and into the festive decadence this winter with some Christmas in July cheer. Scroll all the way down to book!


Boasting that small town charm, transformative fresh air, truly stunning surrounds and the Heritage listed, deliciously cosy Blue Mountains YHA where you’ll tuck into a Christmas in July dinner… sounds about right!

Winter is a magical time in the Blue Mountains with crispy weather and clear blue skies, perfect for outdoor exploring by day followed by warming meals and tipples by the cosy fire at night. Work up your appetite exploring the huge range of attractions and activities, be it hanging over the Jamison Valley in a glass-bottomed cable car, scaling the mountains on an abseiling adventure, or walking through ancient Jurassic rainforest, past winding streams, waterfalls and Aboriginal sites.

Blue Mountains YHA

When you’re all tuckered out from adventuring – there’s no better place to celebrate Christmas in July than at Blue Mountains YHA.


Only available for two weekends (5-6 July and 12-13 July 2019) this truly special Yulefest package includes:

  • 2 nights’ accommodation (private and multi-share available)
  • Daily breakfast
  • 3 course Christmas dinner held on Saturday evening (BYO – YES!)


Priced from:

  • $116 for a Multishare Bed (one person)
  • $283 for a Double/Twin Room (two adults)
  • $470 for a Family Room (two adults, two children)


Keen? Of course, you are! Click HERE to book. Merry everything and a happy always!

    Blue Mountains - Katoomba YHA
    Blue Mountains - Katoomba YHA
    Only a 90 min train trip to Katoomba from Sydney. While you're here check out the Blue Mountains National Park, Scenic World and Jenolan Caves.
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