If you are looking for a unique Wedding Expo or Bridal Fair then come along to the “The Macarthur Weddings Expo”, the leading Wedding Expo in South West Sydney will be providing Brides, Grooms & their Families of Macarthur, Fairfield, Bankstown, the Illawarra, Liverpool, Penrith, the Southern Highlands and the Southern Highlands an opportunity to view a huge array of wedding specialists all in one location consisting of:- Churches, Chapels, Celebrants, Reception Venues, Photographers, Videographers, Florists, Bridal Fairs, Bridal Wear, Fashion Parades, Formal Wear, Bridal Shoes, Jewellery, Beauty, Make Up, Wedding Cakes, Wedding Invitations and Stationery, Entertainment, Caterers, Bomboniere, Wedding Expo’s, Function Centers, Function Coordinators, Wedding Cars, Wedding Dresses, Wedding Planners, Wedding Decorators, Wedding Shoes, Wedding Venues, Wedding Rings, Honeymoon Destinations and Accommodation.
The Macarthur region is made up of Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly. Much is made of the “Mystique of Macarthur”. The region is a contrast of styles and character, catering for the most discerning couple and for those brides that are looking for the extra-ordinary. A short drive from Sydney’s CBD, less than 40 minutes on the M5 and M7, makes a leisurely drive to Macarthur from all suburbs of Sydney. For those Brides and Grooms that are looking for something that little bit different “The Macarthur Summer Wedding Expo” provides everything.
Eschol Park House specialises in weddings for the discerning couple. The 185-year-old restored Colonial home is set on beautifully landscaped grounds and has been used as the setting and backdrop for many of Australia’s leading wedding magazines. Eschol Park House has 3 elegant function rooms that can cater from small groups or large groups up to 200. The rooms are fully air-conditioned and have a wonderful aura, designed in a timeless heritage style that makes every event and every one look good.
If you have been noticing your partner behaving a little strangely lately. It could be because Christmas & New Years have just passed and next to Valentine’s Day these are the most popular times for future grooms to pop the question.
Once he has done the honourable proposal there is a lot of work to be done in arranging the wedding and one of the first items is to find the perfect wedding reception venue. This is critical to finding a date that matches for everyone and finding a venue that is truly special.
Within Macarthur there is no more fitting a venue for your special day than Historic Eschol Park House, a Restaurant & Catering Association award finalist, specialising in weddings and special occasions.
Set on beautifully landscaped grounds the 185-year-old Colonial home has 3 elegant, private, dining rooms. The rooms are fully air-conditioned and have a wonderful aura, designed in a timeless style that makes every one look good. The Garden Room is perfect for the smaller wedding or special occasion of between 40 to 70 guests. The Regency Room suits the mid-size wedding of between 60 to 90 guests, while our Queen Victoria Ballroom satisfies those with from 80 to 180 guests.
The gardens, one of the prettiest in Sydney are now in full bloom and are available to hold the increasingly popular choice of a civil ceremony in, or just to enjoy for pre-dinner drinks and photos. Let your guests commence with some champagne cocktails in the garden around our original Victorian fountain and gazebo while waiting for your arrival; say the magic words “I Do”, maybe with a string quartet, or your favourite song playing in the background.
At conclusion of the ceremony, or on arrival from your church mass, it is time for photos around the gardens, as well our historic winery building and the many delightful spots that our 185 year old Colonial home has, all while your guests enjoy delicious canapés.
Even Mother Nature is catered for. The greatest fear of any bride and groom is rain, or cold, frosty weather. You need not worry; we have that covered as well.
Our beautiful home has a wonderful drawing room, complete with bay window and open fireplaces it can be used for pre-dinner drinks, or as some of our Winter brides prefer, have an indoor ceremony with the fires places going.
Eschol Park House is ideally located for Macarthur bride’s right between Camden & Campbelltown, just off Raby Road in Eschol Park Drive, Eschol Park and if 2012 is your year do not despair; we have some good weekends available.
Visit our website on www.escholparkhouse.com.au or come on a Saturday and view the rooms set up for the afternoon’s wedding. We are open through most of the Christmas / New Year period so call for an appointment on 02-9824-7203.