While weddings will be allowed to have 300 guest from the start of next month, BoxGrove co-owner Benjamin Fry said the venue is waiting for restrictions on dancing to be lifted.
From December 1, the number of people who can attend weddings will be lifted to 300 people subject to the four square metre rule indoors and two square metre rule outdoors.
This will allow people to make plans and book venues knowing the capacity ahead of time.
Mr Fry said the move is the step in the right direction, but said until the restriction on dancing is lifted, weddings will remain in hibernation at the Duramana Road venue.
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"What we're really looking forward to is the restriction on dancing at weddings being relaxed," he said.
"That's one of the major parts to a wedding, is getting up and having a boogie. Until that changes, we'll still remain in hibernation.
"The state government has got to do what they can to show that they are derestricting everything, but the 300 people probably doesn't effect the smaller or medium sized venues like us."
A number of weddings that were booked at BoxGrove later this year had been rescheduled to 2021.
"We had a couple at the end of the year, but essentially we made the hardline decision to postpone most of ours to next year, working with all the brides and grooms constructively to make sure they're all comfortable in doing that," he said.
"It was a call we made until we can safely dance again. We've got to hold off until next year.
"Next year is going to be a busy one and I'm sure we'll see some more restrictions lifted as the new year comes along and when we hear more news of a vaccine I suppose.
"Everyone wants to move about and dance, so that's the main thing for us. We want to make sure we're doing safe weddings and everyone feels comfortable. We're happy to wait until that change comes."
BoxGrove can currently host 170 people, while following the four square metre rule.
For more on the NSW Government's current guidelines on wedding ceremonies and receptions, visit its website at www.nsw.gov.au.