Country Weddings

The Original Gold Rush Colony is an ideal wedding venue adding rustic romantic charm in an Australian bush setting. Throughout the colony there are many photo opportunities and our friendly staff will help you to plan and cater for an event to be remembered.
Weddings - Country Ceremony Settings

Whatever your style of wedding, you may hold your wedding ceremony at the Gold Rush Colony in Mogo on the NSW South Coast and take the opportunity for unique photo-shoot settings throughout the 13 acre bush property. The new owners were delighted that Leonie and Bob Moore were the first to use the Gold Rush Venue for their photo shoot and reception.

Weddings - Planning Your Wedding Cake

The wedding co-ordinator at the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo can assist you in finding a wedding cake to suit your budget for your special day. There are two specialist cake bakers and decorators in the nearby South Coast region - contacts are available.

Please follow the link for more help with planning your South Coast Wedding.

Weddings -  Unique Stained  Glass Chapel

The charming bush chapel in the grounds of the Original Gold Rush Colony lets in plenty of light and views of the surrounding bush through the simple windows and stained glass effects.

Weddings -  Celebrant Nuptuals At  Mogo Waterwheel

No Pun intended. The Original Gold Rush Colony was proud to host the wedding of original owner of the property, Malcolm Prior, when it was known as Old Mogo Town. He and his bride chose to have an outdoor service conducted by a marriage celebrant to the sound of the waterwheel.

Weddings - Gunya Honeymoon Suite With A Differrence

When she said, Carry me over the threshold, did she realise how low the portal is in a Gunya. More likely he had promised her a deluxe suite which she had checked out on the Gold Rush Colony Website, and expected something a little different.

Weddings - Group  Stocks Unique Mogo Photo

No leaning on a bar for this group of NSW South Coast men. They chose to use one of the many unusual settings and props on site at the Original Gold Rush Colony formerly known as Old Mogo Town near Batemans Bay.

Weddings - Jess & Alan Pose In Mogo

Jess and Alan chose the Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo for their special day. It gave them the opportunity to bring their four legged friends along for the ride.

Weddings - Mogo Camp Kitchen Marquee

Every outdoor function has the background fear of bad weather. The Camp Kitchen in the grounds of The Original Gold Rush Colony  near Batemans Bay easily transforms into a marquee type entertaining area. The Gentle grassed slope makes for easy access on the high side. Alternatively guests on the grassed slope can look up to speech makers in the camp kitchen.

Weddings - Horse Drawn Carriage At Mogo

The Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo is unique in its range of opportunities for a bride to arrive for her ceremony. This lucky lady has had her dream come true in coming to the Chapel in a horse drawn carriage out of a fairy tale. Unlike Cinderella's, this carriage does not turn into a pumpkin. Hire can be arranged by our onsite helpful wedding and functions manager.

Weddings - Wistful Wisteria Finger Food Area

When the Wisteria is in full bloom, the shady picnic table area adjacent to the Diggers Rest Tavern at The Original Gold Rush Colony makes for an idyllic photo opportunity or finger food location.

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