Blue Mountains Yulefest Celebrates Christmas Style in Australian Winter Time

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BookBlueMountains invites you stay at the Blue Mountains and enjoy Yulefest which is celebrated as Christmas over the three months of winter (June, July and August) in Australia. Enjoy the Blue Mountains and its many attractions while also enjoying Christmas feasts at one of the many participating venues. Stay at one of the Blue Mountains accommodation options including cottages, manor houses, guest houses, fully equipped holiday homes, bed and breakfasts, motels , retreats, cabins and hotels in the Blue Mountains.

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Since the early 80's the people of the Blue Mountains have been celebrating Yulefest it began when a group of Irish men were staying at the Mountain Heritage Hotel. They were enjoy sitting around the warm log fire while snow was falling outside. They said to their host that "it feels like Christmas at home in Ireland". The host thought it would be a great idea to re-create for his Irish guests, a festive 'Winter Christmas' atmosphere with all the trimmings including falling snow, Christmas feasts of turkey, mince pies and plum puddings with brandy custard are all part of the Yulefest celebrations.

Since the early 80's the people of the Blue Mountains have been celebrating Yulefest it began when a group of Irish men were staying at the Mountain Heritage Hotel. They were enjoy sitting around the warm log fire while snow was falling outside. They said to their host that "it feels like Christmas at home in Ireland". The host thought it would be a great idea to re-create for his Irish guests, a festive 'Winter Christmas' atmosphere with all the trimmings including falling snow, Christmas feasts of turkey, mince pies and plum puddings with brandy custard are all part of the Yulefest celebrations.

Since then Yulefest has grown to become the major seasonal event of the Blue Mountains in the winter months of June, July and August and is enjoyed annually by visitors from all over the world.  Many venues offer traditional Christmas style celebrations. While cold winds blow and the occasional snow falls, experience warm 'Mountains' hospitality, log fires, Christmas fare, sing-along's and perhaps even Santa. Yulefest in the Mountains is a special time to celebrate winter with traditional Yulefest dinners and luncheons. live entertainment, carols and decorations all add to the Yulefest atmosphere.

For those that can't visit during the Yulefest season, the Blue Mountains enjoy four "European" style seasons. The accommodation in the area cater to guests all year round. Enjoy many tours and activities that attract more than 2 millions visitors a year. The Blue Mountains has unique and fully inclusive tours that take in all aspects of the Blue Mountains.

Australian Aboriginal walkabout tours will provides you with ancient wisdom. Other tours and adventures include abseiling, canyoning, bushwalking, rock climbing, Harleys Davidson rides, Jenolan Caves explorations or travel on the Zig Zag Railway or cableway.

The Blue Mountains is Australia's oldest tourist destination and people are drawn there for its sheer beauty, many plunging waterfalls, blue-hazed valleys and wonderful climate. To find tours and accommodation packages in the visit BookBlueMountains website.

About "BookBlueMountains".
"BookBlueMountains". Dedicated to everything Blue Mountains. The site allows users to make accommodation reservations exclusively in the Blue Mountains and provides a resource for holiday packages and tours. Blue Mountains Accommodation on offer include cottages, manor houses, guest houses, fully equipped holiday homes, bed and breakfasts, hotels, retreats, cabins and hotels in the Blue Mountains. From luxury 5 star hotels through to budget establishments.

For additional information visit http://www.BookBlueMountains.com.au

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