An Australian Country Wedding in NSW

The Bride and Groom, Suzi and Neil.

The Dag Sheep Station, Nundle, NSW, was the perfect setting for Suzi's wedding. We arrived, and settled into our accommodation, in good time for the pre-wedding preparations, and everything went so smoothly that we all felt quite relaxed - even the bride! The Sheep Station covers 70 acres in what is known as the "Hills of Gold"; a beautiful location, and the perfect setting for an Australian country wedding.

 A proud father walks his beautiful daughter down the aisle

The wedding itself was held in the station's original historic woolshed, much of which retains all its original fittings of sheep stalls, and shearing equipment; including the faint whiff of sheep!

Katelyn stayed close by throughout the ceremony

Neil signs the marriage register

...watched by Steven, Casey, Finley and Brian, among others

Suzi signs, watched by her bridesmaid, Sandee, and the groomsman, Brad

Two pretty flower girls, Shannon and Jessica

Parents of the Bride!

Jane, me, David and Clare

Mary and Lauren at the reception

The cake was an enormous croquembouche, made by Suzi's friend, Kath.

A happy father with his girls!
David with Jane, Suzi and Clare.


  1. Elizabeth, this looks like an amazing event . . . . how proud you must have been, and how great you all look. I can't imagine how you will tear yourself away for the return to rainy Istanbul . . . . ah well, many photos to be taken here, and all of us to catch up with! Elaine xx

  2. What fun this all looks, Elizabeth! The bride is gorgeous and I love all the photos! All best wishes to the happy couple!Happy New Year to you all Down Under! xx

  3. Thank you Elaine and Claudia. We had such a happy day, especially as we were all together for once! Don't worry, although I love it here, I do miss my friends in Istanbul, so I will be delighted to catch up with you all again! xx


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