Thurlby Domain scout images

I have had a few inquiries recently regarding using Thurlby Domain here in Queenstown as a wedding venue.  For this reason I decided to post the images you see below.  I actually took these photos when I was scouting Thurlby Domain earlier this winter for a German magazine.  I found, once I had a good search around, that there were a whole bunch of angles at Thurlby Domain that I had never really seen before.  I particularly like the red barn and think it would make a beautiful back-drop for some bridal photos. I also think the old wooden shack and stone stables (both the stone arches, arched door on the exterior and the very cool stone-work and wood-work on the interior) would make for some beautiful and quite unique backdrops for wedding photos.

Anyway, these photos are just a few different angles/spots I discovered at Thurlby, some of which aren’t immediately obvious until you go searching for them.  You will also find more (wedding) photos and info from Thurlby Domain on our “Queenstown Venues” page – so if you haven’t checked that out yet make sure you take a peek while you’re here.  I hope you find these photos of some use.

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  1. Your site is very informative. Could you please provide me with contact details for the owner of Thurlby Domain. After seeing this area on your blog I would love to have my ceremony in the old barn.

Patrick Fallon

I am a wedding photographer based in beautiful Queenstown, New Zealand. I have been full-time with the photography thing since 2006 and still can’t believe I get to do what I love for a job! Here are a few words that I think sum me up: I AM…tall and bald, happy, imaginative, constantly hungry, active and friendly. I LOVE…my girl, coffee, photography, fooooooood, my family and friends, riding bikes, being outside, the simple things in life, people… I love my life! I believe that wedding photography can and should be SIMPLE, NATURAL, BEAUTIFUL.

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