This is going to be an unusually long post today… Oli & I hopped onto the earliest flight from Brisbane to Newcastle and we were given instructions to look for a shuttle to take us to Dungog. Dungog is a country town on the Williams River in the Upper Hunter Valley in New South Wales, and it has a population of about 2000 people. And to say the least- Dungog is breathtaking. There were a few minor dramas on the way to Dungog- one couple in particular had left their suit-bags at the Brisbane airport so our shuttle made a quick stop to the nearest shopping centre before heading down to meet Amy & Warwick. The wedding was held at Quartpot Downs owned by Amy’s mother Joy & Step-dad Rodney- 2000 acres of a landscape photographer’s dream and is also home to 550 Head of Beef. The named beef (Triple R Beef) was served at Amy & Warwick’s wedding reception- it’s probably an understatement to say that it’s the best beef I’ve ever had! I could probably go on forever talking about our time in Dungog, but you’re all here waiting to see the photos, so I’ll let Amy & Warwick’s story speak for itself.