Thursday, April 17, 2014


Stories from 14 MacMahon Street - Weddings

Many happy couples have celebrated their wedding receptions at the restaurants and functions centres of 14 MacMahon Street.

Prior to becoming Hurstville Museum & Gallery in 2004, 14 MacMahon Street was home to MacMahon’s Manor, MacMahon Street Galleries & Restaurant and Fanari Restaurant & Bar, just to name a few.

Image courtesy of Julie Meredith

Julie Meredith is one of the many brides who celebrated their reception with family and friends at MacMahon Street Galleries & Restaurant. For Julie, the venue was a last minute decision as their prior chosen venue was undergoing construction work. With only six weeks to go, 14 MacMahon Street saved the day with it’s homely feel and inviting atmosphere - “We liked that it was a bit of a gallery, something a little bit different rather than just four walls.”

They had 80 guests at the wedding reception – the maximum number if you wanted to have a dance floor as well! One of the standout memories for Julie was the speech her husband gave – “he had the whole reception in tears, then in laughter, he made a beautiful speech.”

Image courtesy of Julie Meredith

See snippets of Julie’s special day on our iPad and find out what made her wedding cake so extravagant by visiting the exhibition  IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK STORIES FROM 14 MACMAHON STREET.

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