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Dining and tourist venues dot the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, landscape to provide an eclectic mix of fun activities. The venues, several of which host wedding celebrations either during the winter or year round, are complemented by hotels and resorts. There are garden, country, rustic, and waterfront wedding venues in the Snowy Mountains region.

Snowy Mountains Wedding Venues

Garden wedding venues feature both manicured gardens and native flora, as well as additional amenities. The luxury chalet Fire Dreaming has an enclosed marquee while the Wildbrumby Schnapps Distillery property is adorned by contemporary sculptures. Atrium Restaurant boasts large atrium windows, and Burnima Homestead provides a glimpse into the Victorian past.

Venues that showcase the Snowy Mountains countryside provide a seasonal snow-filled or green backdrop for weddings. San Michele Resort is situated on farmland while Yarrangobilly Caves House is found in Kosciuszko National Park. The Denman Hotel Thredbo and The Man From Snowy River Hotel provide grand views of the mountains with their walls of windows.

Rustic wedding venues range from a ski in, ski out resort to a hotel set on rolling hills and landscaped grounds. Candlelight Lodge has a European atmosphere while a German/Austrian ambience is found at Eiger Chalet. Jindabyne Equestrian Centre hosts wedding ceremonies in American barn-style stables, and Oak & Barrel hosts reception meals around a handmade table.

Lakes, rivers, and dams are the backdrop for some wedding ceremony and reception spaces.The venues offer perks in addition to waterfront beauty. Talbingo Country Club caters to golfers while Anglers Reach Lakeside Village is ideal for anglers. Lake Jindabyne has a nightclub, and Siesta Villa Motel offers spa suites. Wedding day choices are many in the Snowy Mountains.

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