For the third year in a row Yallourn North is putting on the Yallourn North Christmas Festival, to bring the festivities in for the yuletide. This year the shops are looking at dressing up as well as the houses that lit up the town last year. The festival will last more than 12 days, starting on the 1st of December. Deck the North with rocks.
As our contribution to the Christmas Festival
Yallourn North is such a beautiful town we love walking it and we’re proud to be part of this event.
During the Yallourn North Christmas Festival we’re running a special promotion, use ‘YallournNthatXmas’ in the promotion box on the top right-hand side of the white booking box for 15% off tours.
Tours that will form part of this promotion are running between the 1st of December and 24th of December.
The Yallourn North Christmas Festival Calendar so far
It’s starting on the 1st of December with a Community Party and Twilight market in Lions Park between 4pm and 8:30pm.
On the 3rd of December, the A Trivia Night. Bookings essential
On the 6th of December, the Christmas Carols at Monash Hall will be held. It’s a long-standing community event and is pleased to fit in the Christmas Festival Calendar of events. We have tours running during the day.
On the 9th of December, there will be a music and film on the Cricket Reserve.
On the 14th of December, barefoot bowls will be on at the Yallourn North Bowls Club in the afternoon.
The Rossmore Hotel will be open for Parma nights on Thursday and full menu on Saturday and Sunday’s, not open on Christmas eve or Christmas day.
As always the CFA Lolly Run be on the 24th of December.
Book a Yallourn North Park Hop
Book a Yallourn North Ghost Tour
Book a Crime in the Brown Coal Mine tour
Book a people of Yallourn North Tour
See some of the best-dressed houses in the Latrobe Valley
Last year Haunted Hills Tours presented a free Christmas light and history tour. Christmas past and present collide at Yallourn North for Christmas 2015
The tour walked past some of the best-dressed homes in Yallourn North, and we will be offering up stories of how the former Brown Coal Mine township, and neighbouring Yallourn, celebrated Christmas.
We meandered the local streets, shared historical information about the township and its past residents, and the spirit of Christmas.
This year we’re offering a promotion for our regular Yallourn North tours.
We’re going to put some of the stories up on Youtube, others have been integrated into the People of Yallourn North Tour.