By / 15th April, 2017 / Blue Mountains Travel Blog

In the winter months June, July and August, the average temperature in the upper Blue Mountains is around 5°C. The air is crisp fresh and the sky is deep blue, many venues offer traditional Xmas style celebrations during Yulefest. Warm up next to the log fires, escape the city noise and take a weekend break with someone special, there are plenty activities, things to do and places to go in the Blue Mountains over winter.

Most visitors to the Blue Mountains seek rest and relaxation. You could simply hide out in the cosy hotel next to the roasting log fires and enjoy a cup tea or a glass of wine or experience a Yulefest dinner at Comfort Inn Redleaf Resort.

If you like shopping, try Victory Theatre Antique Centre at Blackheath, that will keep you buy for a while.

The annual Winter Magic Festival falls on Saturday 24th June. Watch the street parade at Katoomba.

For visitors who can’t abide the cold, the Greater Blue Mountains Drive offer routes with great scenery and lookouts along the way.

Winter in the Blue Mountains offer an different experience without travel the distance.