If you’re already busting for Christmas to come, let Christmas in July satisfy your festive cravings and get you through the next half of the year, with all the glorious parts of Christmas being celebrated in Canberra this month.
Walt + Burley
Get in on the Christmas festivities by wearing your favourite ugliest xmas jumper at Walt + Burley. Join together any time during the month of July and try their Burley selection banquet and enjoy wintery delights like steamy mulled wine.
Can’t wait another six months for your next Christmas feast? Lucky for you Pialligo Estate is cooking up a storm on Friday 23 to Sunday 25 July, for Christmas in July. Join them as they turn their Glasshouse room into a winter wonderland, as you feast on mulled wine, seafood platter, glazed ham, roast turkey, Christmas pudding and more!
Join together with friends and family on Saturday 24 July for a Christmas dinner set amongst the beautiful vineyard at Contentious Character. Arrive to a glass of mulled wine followed by a three-course menu featuring spiced pumpkin and ginger soup, roast turkey, crispy skinned barramundi and house sherry trifle.
Celebrate the most festive day of the year twice, in the historic Hotel Kurrajong. Indulge in a three-course Christmas lunch on the last day of July, with all the Christmas classics and a two-hour beverage package, plus house made eggnog on arrival. There will also be live entertainment and a little fun for the kids such as a Bon-Bon station and cookie decorating.
French Christmas in July Market
Transforming the National Rose Gardens into a French winter wonderland, enjoy a taste of France in winter with a Christmas in July Market over the last weekend in July. Walk through wooden chalets filled with tasty French delicacies such as melted raclette, macaroons and crepes, while sipping on champagne or mulled wine and looking through the gift stalls. A selection of Christmas movies will also be screening outdoors, as well as a snow lane with real Christmas trees and snow guns creating the most magical feel.