Looking for a wedding ceremony and reception venue with a lot of character? Then make sure you visit Gunning’s Old Coach Stables and Restaurant. It was the perfect venue for James and Toni’s spring time wedding. We sent them a sneak peek with a few of our favourite photos just 2 days after their wedding. Toni wrote back and said “OH MY GOD! they are amazing.. I cannot wait to see them all. Thank you so much for yesterday. James and I were speaking today saying how much the two of you helped relax us and feel at ease.” That’s the best kind of feedback for us, knowing that our couples enjoy taking photos with us on their wedding day. See all the highlights from their wedding below!
The Old Coach Stables were built in 1857 and used by Cobb & Co mail service. The stables have been recently restored into a beautiful restaurant, perfect for a wedding reception venue. The outdoor gardens have a beautiful space for a wedding ceremony venue, so you can stay on site with your guests all day.
The Old Coach Stables is a unique venue in a rural setting, with the perfect combination of history, food and wine on a working sheep and cattle property in the Southern Tablelands. They’re not too far our of the way with less than an hour to travel to Canberra, and 30 minutes from Yass, Goulburn and Crookwell, NSW. Toni and James booked a bus for their guests to travel to and from the wedding, that way they could enjoy a glass of wine or a beer and not have to worry about driving. We’d recommend looking into transport options if your wedding venue is out of town.
Venue: The Old Coach Stables
Celebrant: Mary-Ann O’Sullivan
Dress: Peter Trends Bridal
Hair: Luxe Hair
Florist: Peony n Pearl
Cake: Rhiannon Rodriguez
Stationery: Raisa Kross Stationary