Thursday, 11 July 2013

Why do Australian celebrate Christmas in July?

Hello everyone!!!! We are back to share with you awesome stuff about Australia. Ever wondered why Australian Celebrate Christmas in July?
Take a look at the article below published in

Australians don’t get the chance to have a white Christmas. Down under, a December Christmas is hot and steamy, and often celebrated with beers and barbequed seafood. So to take advantage of the winter feel, July is a popular time to celebrate again. And this year, it’s all about food, fun and fantasy.
For dining with a dash of adventure, try the Secret Foodies and Piper-Heidsieck Christmas in July dinner. Inspired by guerrilla dining experiences in New York and Melbourne, Secret Foodies host regular imaginative culinary events at locations announced a few hours prior via a text message. No menus are available beforehand, and sometimes masks are provided upon arrival to further enhance the novelty.
The Christmas in July dinner will be held over two nights (19 and 20 July) somewhere in Sydney’s inner west. The 95 Australian dollar ticket price includes Christmas eggnog, a festive three-course meal and Champagne throughout the evening. The location (and menu details) will remain a secret until the day, and guests are requested to bring along a gift to swap with another foodie (they should make or re-gift their contribution, rather than purchasing something new). READ MORE HERE.....
The main reason why Australian celebrate Christmas in July is because they get to have winter in the month of July where in the month of December it is usually hot. It is nevertheless a great reunion and the feel of white Christmas. So don't be curious if you hear people singing Christmas carol in the month of July. There might be a Christmas party happening too.

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