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Making Dreams
Come True

This beautiful wilderness wedding venue was created after my fiancé and I couldn’t find a venue we loved that catered for all our needs but on a budget we could afford. I wanted to get married in a woodland, he wanted to arrive by helicopter, and we wanted a fun, festival vibe with food trucks and glamping.

After countless disappointing trips to other venues, we were up at his family’s farm one day and realised what we were after had been under our noses all along!

Shelley and Aaron Muir


And so the Waterfall Farm woodland venue was born. The beautiful woodland clearing is an absolutely enchanting location for your ceremony.
Saying your vows under the willows and oaks is just magical. And, with enough rustic log benches seating in the ceremony area for 80, your guests will be cool and comfortable throughout the ceremony under the dappled shade of the trees.


Our beautiful clear marquee adorned with festoon lights is yours for the day to create the reception of your dreams.  Use our 120 vintage school chairs and 20 trestle tables. Our resident Caravan Bar "Walter" is available for hire or there is room if you wish to hire your own. Then you can call in the food trucks you love to cater the event, then party the night away under the stars on the rustic timber dance floor.


The field is big enough for car parking for all your guests, plus there’s plenty more space for lawn games, food trucks and our four glamping tents which are included with the hire to create your dream wedstival.

We didn't want a cookie-cutter wedding

It was important to us that our wedding reflected who we were as a couple - we didn't want a "cookie-cutter" wedding that was someone else's vision and that 100's of other couples had had before us. 
Being able to bring together all our own ideas and favourite things meant our wedding really was all about us! We had a fun, festival style wedding with a mingling magician, lawn games, our favourite wine, our favourite food truck, vintage furniture and even our plates were special ones we had chosen made from fallen palm leaves!

Shelley Muir
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