- Sunday 15th June 2014
- Tamworth Town Hall - Fitzroy St, Tamworth
- 10.00am till 2.00pm
- $5pp entry
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Welcome to the North West Weddings and New England Weddings also known as “Big Sky Country Weddings” a Wedding Directory and Bridal Directory being a comprehensive guide to wedding businesses that are recognised as the preferred wedding businesses in the “Big Sky Wedding Country”.
So if you are a bride and groom having an Armidale Wedding, Barraba Wedding, Bingara Wedding, Coolah Wedding, Coonabarabran Wedding, Coonamble Wedding, Dunedoo Wedding, Glen Inness Wedding, Gunnedah Wedding, Guyra Wedding, Inverell Wedding, Moree Wedding, Narrabri Wedding, Quirindi Wedding, Tamworth Wedding, Tenterfield Wedding, Uralla Wedding, Walcha Wedding, or Warialda Wedding.
Having a North West Wedding or New England Wedding it is easily accessible by car, 6 hours from Sydney (mid-way Between Sydney and Brisbane), take the F3 Highway to the New England Highway through to Tamworth (415km), then to Armidale (525km) and Glen Innes (625km).
The magnificent expanse and the country heritage of the North West and New England provide the very best in spectacular rural photo opportunities. The North West and New England regions of New South Wales are areas of contrasts; from gorges and rushing rivers in the mountainous country to the east to the fertile agricultural plains of the west; from the heat of the summer sun to the chill of a winter's day on the top of the ranges; from the area's rich Aboriginal history to its murky past as the haunt of bushrangers. The North West and New England will excite and entice you to create that perfect dream day that you will treasure forever. A North West Wedding or New England Wedding will captivate with many idyllic and picturesque locations and reception venues to create a wedding of your making.
Whatever the season you'll find something to delight your North West Wedding or New England Wedding. This is Australia's big outdoors where the stars seem to touch the earth. A chance to take the road less travelled and enjoy great country hospitality rural Australia at its best. With warm, dry summers, colourful autumns, bracing winters and fresh spring weather, the North West and New England have four clear seasons in the year. Each season has its own distinct character and lends the landscape a different look. Enjoy the cool summers in the tablelands, the glorious colours of autumn, and the romantic fireside weddings in winter and the clear, fresh air in spring.
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Every day of the year has its own unique charm and character that will mesmerise and captivate you and your guests at your North West Wedding or New England Wedding. The North West and New England regions are rich in natural beauty, offering contrasts of colour and experiences to the one day in your life that needs to be extra special. You have so many choices to celebrate your day; it is going to be hard to decide! Do you want a spectacular open air ceremony followed up by spectacular views overlooking the place you sealed your love, or do you want to celebrate it in a private chapel and share your special day with family and friends at your local club. The North West band New England regions are diverse in their offerings, you will have no problem creating a day that is special, unique and remembered forever.
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Have you thought about having a Macarthur Wedding? An Illawarra Wedding? A Blue Mountains and Nepean Wedding? A Hawkesbury, the Hills and Parramatta Wedding? A North West and New England Wedding? What about a Shire and St George Wedding? An Albury Wodonga and Riverina Wedding? How about a North East Victoria Wedding? A Yarra and Dandenong Ranges Wedding? A South Coast Wedding?