– layouts from our ‘Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant’ album –

I have just put together a forty-paged book of Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant showcasing DC Images wedding photography captured there over the last few nuptials – from evening occasions in the heat of summer through to day time celebrations in winter.

For those of you who are not from Sydney and/or are not aware of this little hidden gem…..

 – Part of Sydney & Australia’s Rich Colonial Heritage –
Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant operates from a beautiful sandstone building dating back to the 1830’s. Classified by the National Trust, “Rockend” is where A.B.’Banjo’ Paterson lived as a young man with his grandmother. Situated within five acres of parkland the restaurant is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens overlooking the water, making it ideal for garden ceremonies.

– Old-World Charm – Sweeping Water Views –
Immediately below the cottage, on the foreshores of the Parramatta River, is a substantial tidal jetty suitable for all types of boats, also allowing access for water taxis which is a lovely way for the bride & groom or guests to arrive or depart. The adjoining car park has room for over 50 cars and the restaurant’s old-world charm is highlighted by several open fireplaces and the views from our two spacious, fully enclosed verandas are stunning. With a kitchen and cellar that have resulted in Banjo Paterson Cottage receiving numerous awards, your food and beverage requirements will be more than adequately satisfied.

Now all of that being said wedding photography at Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant is something so much more than words can describe alas the following forty-pages will (I hope) encapsulate that age old chestnut of a picture speaking a thousand words and thus will help you understand why I think wedding photography at Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant is nigh on perfect! Enjoy!

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