REMINISCE, RECREATE & REIMAGINE
Taking inspiration from Cuppacumbalong’s 1920s architecture, floristry students from CIT reimagine and recreate floral wedding designs from past eras. These beautiful designs will be on show throughout the homestead.
In conjunction with this free floral exhibition, share a Devonshire tea in the homestead and take self-guided walks through the homestead gardens and along the Murrumbidgee River to the De Salis cemetery.
Bookings are essential for morning and afternoon teas. Fridays April 23 - Sunday April 25. Bookings for 2 or more people available.
Just $10 per person - homestead made scones, with jam and cream plus tea / coffee per person.
Please note due to COVID-19 restrictions bookings are essential and limited tables are available for each morning / afternoon tea session.
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Venue Information - Cuppacumbalong
First settled in 1850, Cuppacumbalong is an historic homestead located 30 minutes south of Canberra. Overlooking the Murrumbidgee river, Cuppacumbalong provides heritage listed accomodation and event facilities amidst a bucolic setting.