The Blue Mountains: Yulefest Edition
The only word to describe the Blue Mountains in Winter is magical. Adding to the magic of bright blue skies, peaceful pink sunsets and the exciting chance of snow is Yulefest.
A long standing Blue Mountains tradition, Yulefest is the perfect time to experience warming mountains hospitality around a crackling fire while celebrating with food and friends. With many mountains venues offering traditional Christmas style celebrations you’ll be spoilt for choice this Yulefest season.
The Fairmont Resort sets the winter wonderland scene with its Yulefest buffet dinners.
Jamison’s Restaurant is reminiscent of the North Pole so you can indulge in a festive buffet with all the trimmings. There might even be a special guest appearance from the big man himself, Santa Claus. Bookings essential.
Treat your taste buds to a five course degustation Yulefest dinner made with the freshest local ingredients at the iconic Hydro Majestic. The Winergarden Restaurant offers stunning views of the Megalong Valley and the traditional Christmas decorations and music will add to the cosy festive atmosphere. Bookings essential.
The Mountain Heritage is celebrating its 38th Yulefest this year so it’s safe to say the staff know how to throw a festive celebration. Warm up those vocal chords for a Christmas carol sing along and brace yourself for a mouth-watering five course menu while being entertained by special guest Pat Drummond. The multi award-winning singer/songwriter will be providing musical magic every Saturday in July.
Held in the Grand Dining Room, Yulefest at The Carrington exudes festive charm for the whole family to enjoy. Hosting a Yulefest dinner every Saturday night until 5 August, The Carrington pulls out all the stops for a Christmas style celebration like no other. Bookings essential.
Image via The Carrington.