NSW Highlands/Tablelands Garden Wedding Venues
Built in the 1870s, Abercrombie House offers wedding ceremonies on the lawn of the property or in an intimate chapel. Ceremonies are followed by drinks and canapés in the gardens or a three course reception meal in the venue’s ballroom. Accommodation is available.
Athol Gardens in Blayney features an 1875 homestead and gardens which offer a private parkland setting for weddings. The circular garden is the most popular place for ceremonies, and receptions occur in a marquee or the reception room. Cottage accommodation is available.
Mittagong RSL Club is nestled at the foothills of Mount Gibraltar. Garden wedding ceremonies are followed by receptions in one of the function rooms. Accommodation is available on club grounds in the Mineral Springs Motel.
Circa 1861 Montrose House is a heritage listed homestead and gardens in Sutton Forest that is surrounded by a working berry farm. Garden ceremonies are followed by outdoor receptions which can be self-catered. Cottage accommodation is available.
Orange Botanic Gardens features a pond and walking paths through varying landscapes. These landscapes include a heritage rose garden set below a historic church. Clover Hill Function Centre is available for wedding receptions.
Peppers Manor House, adjacent to Mt Broughton Golf and Country Club, is a country estate that was built in 1878 in Sutton Forest. The. venue specialises in destination weddings. Outdoor wedding ceremonies are followed by receptions in the Taittinger Lounge or the Estate Room.
Redcourt was established in the village of Exeter in 1904. The country homestead hosts intimate garden weddings and larger marquee soirees. Bed and breakfast accommodation is available, and a next day garden brunch is offered.
Red Cow Farm gardens feature 20 rooms including a cottage garden, monastery garden, and abbess’s garden. The property also includes a beech walk and a lake. The venue hosts intimate wedding ceremonies as well as proposal and engagement photographic shoots.