Australia is proudly unique. We have different words or slang for just about everything and, we always do things that seem a bit weird to the rest of the world. Sometimes we don’t even know why we do them other than the excuse to have some fun. Christmas in July is a prime example. This is a great opportunity to get together in the winter time and enjoy each other’s company. If you’re looking to hire a venue for this occasion, there are plenty of cosy indoor party venues to choose from in Melbourne. Delicious Australian wine, a roast dinner and a good old yarn around the dinner table is the perfect way to celebrate Christmas in July. All this in just a couple of clicks!
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With Australia’s rich old-world heritage, it seems fitting to celebrate Christmas when it’s cold. The only problem is, Melbourne is hottest over December. True to the Aussie character of doing things a little differently, we’ve just added a second Christmas. This way we can enjoy mulled wines, a big roast dinner, Christmas sweaters and sitting around a fire the way they do in the northern hemisphere. While, on the 25th of December, Aussies are usually in boardies, thongs and a t-shirt gathered around the barbie enjoying the Aussie summer. Makes sense? Even if it doesn’t, it’s a cool excuse to have some fun!
The best way to celebrate Christmas in July in Melbourne is to attend one of many events hosted throughout the month of July or even better, book a private venue to enjoy some time together with your mates. The most popular venue type for a Christmas in July Party in Melbourne is a cosy restaurant. Some of the best spaces like this are located in South Yarra along Chapel Street. There you’ll find plenty of Victorian conversions, which seem most fitting for a winter dinner party.
If you’re looking for a venue with a view, why not book at one of many spaces along the Yarra River? The best place to look is the South Wharf Promenade, full of spaces with enclosed decks looking out over the water. This way you can enjoy the view while keeping warm indoors. Docklands and Newquay are also great options for riverside views. Last but not least, you might also want to book one of many cosy indoor venues in Melbourne CBD. Collins Street, Little Collins Street, Queen Street and Flinders Lane all have beautiful restaurant venues available for hire. So, what are you waiting for?
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