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Several wedding venues in South Australia are located along the sandy coast.

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South Australian Beach Wedding Venues

Largs Pier Hotel, with an Art Deco decor, maintains the grandeur and old-world character that it showed off during its heyday in the 1920s. The venue offers several wedding reception spaces. The lavish Pier Restaurant has a private bar and an enclosed outdoor deck which provides ocean views. The Director’s Room contains several heritage features including a fireplace. Largs West and Largs Central, as well as Heritage Suite, are the right size for an intimate gathering.

South Lakes Golf Club is a seaside resort that is located where the Murray River meets the Southern Ocean. The club, which is committed to providing the best possible service and facilities at a budget-friendly price, integrates a holiday/residential community with a golf course. The Sunset Room at South Lakes provides a romantic setting for a wedding reception. Function area amenities include a computerised music system.

Wirrina Resort is a 200-acre, 3-star hotel with an 18-hole golf course that has sea views. The resort can host a wedding ceremony, reception, guest accommodation, and honeymoon. A couple has a choice of sites for the ceremony while the resort’s Heysens Restaurant has a private function area for receptions. Hotel amenities include a spa, an outdoor pool, and a tennis court.

Established in 1858, Victory Hotel overlooks Sellicks Beach and Aldinga Bay. The venue contains three wedding reception areas. The restaurant dining room, cellar, and undercover patio area all have ocean views. The venue offers accommodation in three self contained bed and breakfast cottages located close to the pub. The hotel is happy to make arrangements with Helistar, a helicopter tour agency, to take a couple to the hotel in a helicopter.

Couples can exchange vows against a backdrop of ocean waves in South Australia.

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