We offer an idyllic rural setting for your wedding ceremony or reception
The DAG Mess Hall features a licensed indoor / outdoor bar, open fireplace, and a large outdoor deck overlooking Wombramurra Creek. With plenty of character and ample room, it's the perfect area for a formal Reception meal including a raised stage area for the wedding party table and a big dance area.
Set up tables can seat up to 106 people comfortably with 8, 10 or 12 on the bridal table and a lot more tables and seating around the Station, if required. The lounge bar converts to a big dance floor with timber flooring and huge open fires as a backdrop. There's also plenty of room for a band, DJ or wedding singer.
*Please note Wedding Package price increase from 1st January 2016.
1. Garden Wedding The Dag Sheep Station features a beautiful outside garden area with a rustic gazebo and wool shed back drop for wedding ceremonies. No hiring fee.
2. Woolshed Wedding The Dag Sheep Station's original 100 year old Woolshed offers the perfect location for a rural wedding, complete with red carpet, indoor bar, beautiful leadlight windows and two large outdoor decks. Woolshed Hire - $250.00
The Dag Sheep Station offers a variety of great photo backdrops, including old wagons, wagon benches, gardens, an iron footbridge and the Woolshed.
We are very flexible with all aspects of wedding planning - please contact us with your queries and suggestions. There is seating available for about 120 guests and comfortable accommodation for 90 guests.
"The DAG Sheep Station... it's not just a venue - it's an experience!"
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October 2014 "On The Sheep's Back - Shearers Festival", featured 34 legend shearers in "Battle Of The Guns" an historical Invitational Shearing Competition - You can now own it all on DVD - $15 Inc. Postage - Visit http://www.thedag.com.au/merchandise/
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