Royal Hall is a charming venue to hold your wedding reception or event. Conveniently located in the centre of Hill End Historic Site, it has ample space and facilities for your celebration, and is steeped in gold rush history.
Country NSW Weddings
Country NSW offers couples a variety of venues that showcase the rich heritage, rustic charm and scenic beauty of life outside our busy cities. Hill End, a former gold mining town, offers unmatched history just a one-hour drive from Mudgee. Hartley Historic Site offers a glimpse into our pioneering past on the western edge of the Blue Mountains. Yanga Homestead and Woolshed, in the Murray-Riverina region, are steeped in Australian pastoral history.
Located on the high side of Hill End Historic Site, Sacred Heart Church offers a rare glimpse into Australia’s past. Hold your wedding ceremony or exhibition at this unique venue, overlooking the historic village and surrounding countryside.
Located in Hill End Historic Site, between Bathurst and Mudgee, Hosies is a charming heritage venue for your wedding or event. And with its garden, commercial kitchen and upstairs accommodation, you’ll have everything you need for your special day.
Providing a rare vivid glimpse into Australia’s colonial past, St Bernard's Church is the perfect wedding venue for history buffs, or for those just looking for a venue hire option with a uniquely historic flavour.
Providing a rare vivid glimpse into Australia’s colonial past, Hartley Courthouse is the perfect venue for history buffs, or for those just looking for a venue hire option with a uniquely historic flavour.
Steeped in Australian pastoral history, Yanga Homestead in Yanga National Park is one of NSW’s historic wedding venues. The perfect venue hire option if you're looking for a uniquely Australian historic space, accompanied by a scenic location.
A riverside gem rich in Australian history, Yanga Woolshed in Yanga National Park is one of NSW’s historic locations and a great venue hire option for those looking for a scenic location which is uniquely Australian.