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Quaint Blue Mountains Setting

2 June 2011

My late Grandmother lived in The Blue Mountains for more than 20 years and it always felt a million miles away from our home in western Sydney when I was a child - in fact it's just over an hour.  The seasons were always so defined - in autumn, the mountains shone with hues of red and gold and come winter, light snow would blanket the townships while patches of fog clouded the valley floor.  It's such a beautiful part of NSW and a gorgeous location to wed, which is why I gotta tell you about one of it's most romantic and picturesque wedding venues - the very quaint Chapel Hill.  There is just so much to love bout this place! 

Set in 80 rurl acres in the foot hills of Mt Tomah (the entrance to the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area) this stunning venue is a heritage property dating from 1832.  The extensive park like grounds, boasting stands of trees planted over 100 years ago, are the idyllic setting for an elegant, relaxed, out-door wedding with amazing views of the mountains for gorgeous photographic opportunities.  And the quaint non-denominational chapel (modelled on an early Australian country church), comes complete with stunning floor-to-ceiling stained-glass windows.

Here's where it gets good - Chapel Hill is strictly a one wedding a day venue (not many of these around unfortunately) meaning you have exclusive use of the gardens and facilities with absolutely no time limits.  BYO alcohol policy = HUGE savings!  Guests are served complimentary hors d'oevres with drinks in the gazebo while the bridal party is being snapped and there's luxury self-contained cottages each with their own separate entrance and a safe play area for children.

Doesn't get much better does it?

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