Food Blogged by: Rouse Hill Town Centre 14 Nov 2017 View comments
Classic Australian Christmas Foods
Blogged by: Rouse Hill Town Centre 14 Nov 2017 View comments
When it comes to Christmas, Australia shares similar meal traditions of Europe and America, but due to the warmer weather, we like to put a unique twist on the classic Christmas meals. Whether you’re doing a casual BBQ beside the beach or enjoying a more formal dining room meal, you’ll be sure to find some of these foods on the Christmas lunch or dinner menu.

With Christmas just around the corner, be sure to get in early at Rouse Hill Town Centre to get first pick!


For many of us, Christmas isn’t complete without fresh prawns. We have been barbequing fresh prawns since the early 80’s. From prawn cocktails, king prawns or tiger prawns, be sure to get down early this Christmas to get first pick at The Costi's Fishmarket Rouse Hill Town Centre.

christmas prawns rouse hill

Christmas Ham

Usually the main event of any Christmas lunch or dinner. The all-time classic Christmas ham is the result of hours worth of glazing by your dedicated home cook. While each family has their own secret recipe, you will often find your fingerlicking ham glazed in honey or maple, served with baked apple or cranberry sauce.

Check out your local Woolworths Rouse Hill Town Centre to grab your Christmas ham.

christmas ham rouse hill


The pavlova, an egg based cake, with a crispy shell and soft marshmallow-like centre, the pavlova is topped with a range of fresh berries, fruit syrups and whipped cream. Long disputed ownership between Australia and New Zealand, the pav is your classic Christmas dessert. A nice and sweet dessert perfect for the hot Australian Christmas.

You can grab your pavlova base, berries, fruit syrups and whipped cream from your local Coles Rouse Hill Town Centre.

pav christmas dessert

Mince Pies

Not to be mistaken as a beef pie, the Christmas mince pie is another all-time classic food. The Christmas mince pie is jam packed with apples, marmalade, spices, sultanas, currants and brandy. Traditionally an English Christmas dessert, the mince pie is an easy but well-loved favourite! Make from scratch or buy pre-made.


Be sure to check out Christmas food deals and specials this Christmas at your fresh food section at Rouse Hill Town Centre.

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