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The Shearing Shed
Phone: 5952 3928 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beautiful rustic venue with so much to offer
Restaurant, weddings and functions
Inspection by appointment
‘Creative, fun, stylish and energetic celebrant’
Complete service with ongoing consultation to ensure the perfect
wedding ceremony which includes:
l A presentation pack complete with examples of readings and
poetry, vows and music
l Onsite rehearsal(s)
l Pre and post wedding checklist
l Advice and submission of all the legal documents both before
and after your wedding
l PA system and a table for Certificate signing complete with a
presentation folder for photographic purposes
Phillip Island, Mornington Peninsula, Dandenong Ranges,
Yarra Valley, Melbourne and Surrounding suburbs.
A wedding planner
Marriage celebrant Cheryl Warry is committed to making your ceremony and
day as wonderful as it can be.
Creative, fun, stylish
and energetic celebrant
GETTING married is a very special
time in your life.
And marriage celebrant Cheryl
Warry is committed to making your
ceremony and day as wonderful as it
Cheryl says an important part of her
role is to assist each couple that she
is marrying to create their own unique
ceremony, which reflects their values,
personalities and love for one another.
“As a Civil Celebrant, I am commit-
ted to achieving the perfect balance of
being both heartfelt and entertaining;
organised but also flexible; and formal
but also fun.
“It takes experience and a special
touch to create something that is
just right,” she said.
“My focus is on individuality, and
creating a ceremony that is memora-
ble and special for everyone.”
Cheryl confines herself to officiating
at just one ceremony a day, in order
to ensure the atmosphere is relaxed
and unhurried, and so that she is able
to devote her attention entirely to the
couple she is marrying, and their fam-
ilies and friends.
She is able to share with couples a
large resource of poems, readings and
music that they may like to select from
“Couples have the option of writing
their own ceremony, or I can create it
for you from start to finish leaving you
to concentrate on everything else that
goes in to making this day very spe-
cial,” she said.
As a marriage celebrant, Cheryl of-
fers a complete service with ongoing
consultation, to ensure the perfect
• A presentation pack complete with
examples of readings and poetry, vows
• Onsite rehearsal(s)
• Pre and post wedding checklist
• Advice and submission of all re-
quired legal documents both before
and after your wedding
• PA system and a table for certifi-
cate signing complete with a presenta-
tion folder for photographic purposes.
The Shearing Shed is located in a rural setting five minutes out of Cowes and is well worth a visit if you
are looking for a perfect wedding venue. Photo: Lens To Life.
The Shearing Shed offers
the perfect wedding venue
A 50 year old shearing shed that
has been lovingly renovated into a
modern and inviting place to dine
now provides the perfect venue for
wedding celebrations with loved
The leisurely drive up the gravel
track and the impressive landscaped
entry is all part of the stunning look
for The Shearing Shed.
The venue suits either a relaxed
and laidback affair or a more formal
and lavish wedding event.
The surroundings are created to
simply sit, sip and enjoy.
Located on a rural property just a
five minute drive from the centre of
Cowes, The Shearing Shed offers the
ambience of a rural setting but with
all the trimmings of fine dining.
“This shed has always held poten-
tial and has been a great venue for
special occasions,” said restaurant
manager and family member Abbie
It has been completely renovated
with stunning results.
A clever blend of old and new, recy-
cled and modern materials have cre-
ated a place of great charm and flair.
The timber-lined interior, corru-
gated iron ceilings and magnificent
bluestone fireplace have great appeal.
“We wanted to keep local history
alive. When you walk into the res-
taurant, the front doors used to wel-
come you at Banfields, the bluestone
in the fireplace was kerb and chan-
nel in Hunter Street, Wonthaggi, and
the timbers underneath the bar were
once the surface of the original Phil-
lip Island San Remo bridge.
“There is a lot of meaning and
memories in this building.”
Beautifully crafted red gum bar
tops and leather lounge chairs are
ideal to relax in over pre-dinner
drinks, before proceeding to a table
either upstairs in the formal dining
room, or downstairs in the casual
The menu is described as ‘modern
Australian with international influ-
“Our main focus is the preparation
and presentation of top quality pro-
All of the meat comes from Cape
Grim, a Tasmanian-based company,
specialising in top of the range, farm-
The formal dining has a capacity
of 60 people with a further 56 seats
available in the casual dining room.
Outside dining is also available.
Weddings can see 106 people seat-
ed on one level.
For enquiries, email info@thes-
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