Barossa Valley luxury wedding venues allow couples to step into the opulent lifestyle that was enjoyed at period homes in another era.
Barossa Chateau sets in an internationally significant rose garden that was opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 2002. This garden that boasts over 30,000 roses is available for wedding celebrations. An equally important collection of porcelain, made in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, is presented in the chateau’s Art Gallery. Guests can enjoy exclusive use of the residence at Barossa Chateau or find accommodation at Lyndoch Hill, a 4-star hotel located on the 35-acre estate.
Established in 1890, Château Tanunda is Australia’s largest and oldest Château and home to some of the earliest plantings of vines in the Barossa Valley. Reception rooms, including the Grand Ballroom and the Long Room, feature high-beamed ceilings, original jarrah floorboards, and large windows. The gardens include towering palm trees, wisteria walkways, and lush green lawns. A couple has exclusive use of the Château function areas.
Built in 1856, Collingrove Homestead is an authentic Barossa mansion furnished with original family antiques. The property features upscale function areas and a luxury bed and breakfast that has five rooms furnished in French country style. With 14 acres of land, there are numerous locations for a wedding ceremony, including a formal gazebo and an area in front of a pond. The exquisite grounds are perfect for a marquee garden wedding.
Established in 1851, Seppeltsfield is Australia's iconic wine estate, the only winery in the world to release a 100-year-old, single vintage wine each year. Wedding ceremonies are held on Winemakers Lawn, Elm Walk, and Wisteria Gazebo. Indoor receptions are held in the Dining Hall, a contemporary room decorated in cream and burgundy.
Barossa Valley luxury wedding venues create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for a couple as they unite to become one.