It was only early last year that Hazelwood Estate first announced it was taking wedding bookings.
In a recent Instagram post, the current owners annoucned they'll be moving onto a new project.
The Pavilion is a new undercover space.
You kinda already know don’t you? Winter months can have their benefits.
Hazelwood Estate, a boutique retreat situated in Lamington National Park’s Beechmont Plateau, Queensland, recently announced they'll be taking wedding bookings from September. Only a small number of weddings will be allocated each year.
The working cattle farm just out of Jugiong NSW has gone through a rebrand for 2021, now known as Hollycott Farm.
Another historic 19th century Victorian wedding venue is up for sale, and like Koendidda, hopefully not as a result of Victoria's strict COVID-19 lockdown.
Halfway between Daylesford and Ballarat, Scrub Hill 1869 is a restored bluestone country church with surrounding lawn and reception space.
Daydreaming as one does by looking at beautiful properties in regional Victoria, we stumbled on the property's listing on realestate.com.au.
The post includes an article that briefly tells the fascinating story of how the property came to be. A Cornish immigrant came searching for gold in the 1850s, and off the back of a vision in his sleep, choose a particular tree to focus his dig. The area unearthed a nugget that funded the estate's build.
In an Instagram post today, current owners Christian and Mindy said that after more than eight years of operating Byron Bay's Belongil cafe, that new owners will taking up management by the end of October.
The operators of Mindaribba House in the Hunter Valley will formally say goodbye to the property in June 2021, after ten years of hosting weddings.
Originally a luxury spa destination with three accommodation 'nests', Eagles Nest Retreat now includes a range of wedding options.
The newest addition to the property is the Skyview Barn, for ceremonies and receptions catering up to 120 guests.
Just take a look at those mountain range views!
The paddock-to-plate restaurant Mount Gnomon Farm in Tasmania, whose wonderful barn can play host to special weddings from October, recently announced receiving their council's permission to build three new cabins for accommodation, alongside eight glamping tents.
Anyone familiar with Byron Bay weddings remembers the shock fire that struck late last year.
New wedding venue options will be certainly well received as 2021 and 2022 shape up to be hotly contested for date availability.
Lilburndale, a working cattle farm in NSW's Hawkesbury Valley, has a historic homestead and reception space that's due for completion this November.
They announced today that they're now taking wedding bookings for next year.
In an Instagram post we learnt that Logan Brae Orchards has made the tough decision to no longer accept weddings starting in 2022.
While it will be a shame to see the venue close, we're sure they'll be energised and focused on their beautiful accommodation The Machinery Shed.
2021 will go down as a monumental year for them and their lucky booked couples.
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A working farm in York, Western Australia is becoming home to a new wedding destination.
As we’re stuck at home, Harvester Moon shares video of their reception space.
Weddings in 2020. What a massive kick in the guts. We hope you’re doing ok.