The magnificently restored Eynesbury Homestead; hand crafted from local bluestone almost a century and a half ago, stands testament to the property’s pioneering spirit. An array of outer buildings classified by the National Trust, including the original shearing sheds, water towers and workers cottages, all provide an enduring reminder of the property’s early settler origins. When you wander the nature walks and ride the bike trails that will weave through the township, you’ll discover weather-beaten post-and-rail fences erected by farmhands around the time when miners were flocking to the Ballarat gold fields in the 1850s. (information taken from www.thehomestead.kitchen)

Kate and Travis' beautiful day was fun right from the beginning. The connection these two have was beautiful to be around and it really set the tone for the entire wedding. It was an absolute joy to be a part of their special day. Congratulations again to these two!


Brides gown: Maddison Jame // Make up: Belinda Keenan // Hairstylist: and Tamara Collins // Bride’s shoes: Forever New // Florist and stylist: Bena's Blooms // Suits: Menzclub // Rings: Uniform Black and Hoskings // Celebrant: Margaret Richardson // Videographer: Kimberley Moore Media

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