There is a lot of rich history in this are of Queensland’s. The residents of Junabee and Jingarry came together in the autumn of 1944 to discuss how they could create a new hall that would serve as social centre for generations. As a result, on January 5th 1946 this town’s citizens had their wish granted. St Mary’s Hall was opened its doors with many events already planned inside!.
I’ve never been to this area before, but I can already tell that it will make for an incredible wedding venue. Its vast open fields and stunning views from a drone does offer something special. When you’re looking into getting married there! Natural features are some clouds lingering around during our shoot – which adds even more atmosphere in terms of romance between two people who want their day documented beautifully by videography professionals like ourselves 😉
Well, it says a lot when I say I’d like to go back ASAP. I don’t think there are many places like this as a backdrop to your ceremony, And with not many people or traffic to worry about, you could do anything you want. All you need is a willing couple to realise your vision.
Want to get married in a beautiful place? Check out these venues! Kooroomba Vineyard and Lavender Farm is stunning, but if you’re looking for something with more options then try Sirromet Winery at Mount Cotton. You’ll be able choose from several ceremony locations; all offer excellent service. Of course just down the road from Warwick there is Stanthorpe a stunning area with lots of options to tie the knot