Nestled along Cudgegong river valley, the Mudgee region is situated about 260 kilometers north-west of Sydney and is famous for its fine wines. It is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills which create the ideal natural backdrop for your wedding photos.
The area has a warm temperate climate with hot summers and cold winters. It looks gorgeous year round, but it is especially romantic during spring and early summer. With breathtaking countryside landscapes and a tranquil atmosphere, Mudgee is a very charming and peaceful area, but there are also plenty of things to visit during your stay there. It has a beautiful townscape with plenty of historic buildings, so just pick up a map and enjoy a pleasant walking tour. You can also wander through museums, go bushwalking, bird watching or gold panning, but also visit the markets, antique shops, wineries, cheese factories or the Observatory.
Mudgee is a great choice for a destination wedding and a lovely place to spend your honeymoon. You can extend your wedding into a fun weekend with your friends and family and then book a honeymoon suite in one of the many accommodation options in the area to enjoy the first days of your married life, tucked away in this beautiful oasis.
With over 40 cellar doors and amazing historic venues, Mudgee is a fantastic choice for couples who are planning a traditional, rustic wedding in the charming countryside. There are many wonderful locations to choose from such as Parklands Resort & Conference Centre which is set amongst the surrounding picturesque Mudgee Hills. The resort offers a breathtaking setting for your wedding ceremony and reception, exquisitely manicured grounds, beautiful rose gardens, water features and the white garden Gazebo.
We also love Blue Wren Farm which is located amongst vines and rolling hills, providing a beautiful setting to create the wedding of your dreams. With various spaces to take advantage of, why not enjoy your ceremony on-site in their romantic vineyard garden, or pre-dinner canapés and sparkling wine in the courtyard. The function space hosts up to 200 people, including room for the dance floor and access to the fully stocked function bar.
Historic Putta Bucca House is a world of grace and beauty. English box gardens, beautiful pools and water features, views overlooking the whole Mudgee Valley, spectacular roses and hidden garden nooks, all surround one of Mudgee’s most historic and stunningly kept homesteads. Whilst Mudgee is famous for rustic, lush vineyards, Putta Bucca House offers true romanticism built amongst Mudgee history. It is sophistication, elegance and true beauty that cannot be matched.
Offering the space and privacy of a rural property in one of Mudgee’s most beautiful and scenic locations, Bunnamagoo Wines is the perfect venue to create a wedding to remember. The site is nestled within the vineyard providing a stunning 360 degree backdrop to enhance your country wedding.
The Mudgee region is well known for delicious food and wine, so if you are looking for a truly extravagant gourmet experience on your big day, this is the perfect destination. The region has an impressive range of wines and some of them are not available in other parts of Australia. The climate and soil are ideal for wine production and it is the third largest producer of wine grapes in New South Wales. The most planted varieties include shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and merlot, while chardonnay is by far the most popular white wine.
The region is also famous for delicacies such as hand-made cheeses and niche products like venison, truffles and hazelnuts. This makes Mudgee one of the most popular food destinations in Australia and boasts charming cafes, brasseries and restaurants with impressive menus comprised of scrumptious meals made from fresh local produce.
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