At a Glance
The historic Mimosa Glen Victorian homestead and cottage, built by Edward Hayes in Tooborac in 1880, offers gorgeous, country style accommodation.
Picturesque views of the rolling Tooboorac Ranges, and seemingly endless sheep and cattle grazing property can be enjoyed from the homestead’s surrounding verandas.
Relax in comfort in the spacious Victorian style lounge by the homestead’s open fire, or enjoy the fully enclosed outdoor Dining Room.
Situated at the gateway to the Heathcote Wine Region, just an hour’s drive from Melbourne CBD Mimosa Glen is the perfect country retreat.
Seating - Up to 150
Situated at the gateway to the Heathcote Wine Region, just an hour’s drive from Melbourne CBD Mimosa Glen is the perfect country hideaway.
Ideally located at the gateway to the Heathcote Wine Region, just 60 minutes from Melbourne, Mimosa Glen Homestead wedding venue, Cottage and Woolshed is a jewel in the heart of Victoria’s gorgeous, charming town of Tooborac.
The Woolshed at Mimosa Glen offers the perfect all weather reception venue for your special day, whether you choose the cooler seasons and opt for the cosy log fire and an intimate indoor experience; or prefer the warmer months and an extravagant soiree complete with marquees, dance floor and all of your family of friends.
The fully renovated Woolshed offers a spacious, open plan function room, with huge sliding glass doors that open out onto the newly built timber deck. The large, glass windows give way to spectacular views of Tooborac’s ancient granite boulders, the tranquil McIvor creek and surrounding bushland.
You can choose to hold your ceremony overlooking the tranquil McIvor creek, on the property's renowned wedding rock, or in the beautiful country garden. After your ceremony, wander the property and have your photographer capture gorgeous, scenic, country images then stroll across the lush green lawns, to the Woolshed for your reception.
Mimosa Glen Woolshed is available for both weekend or weekday weddings, as well as private functions, corporate events, retreats and workshops - the options are endless at Mimosa Glen.
Mimosa Glen's luxury accommodation is the perfect place to wind down after your big day.
Built in the late 1800s, the classic Victorian period homestead has been lovingly restored by owner/operators Sue and David Anderson and features three king size bedrooms, luxurious living spaces complete with log fire, outdoor dining and a gorgeous, fully equipped country style kitchen.
Also located onsite is the cosy Mimosa Glen Cottage, which sleeps a further four people, in two king rooms, both with private ensuites; making this property not only the perfect wedding venue, but also the perfect location for accommodating your entire bridal party.
Mimosa Glen Homestead Cottage Woolshed, built in the early 1880s, sets on the McIvor Creek at Tooborac in Victoria, Australia. Tooborac, the gateway to the Heathcote wine region, is located one hour north of Melbourne. The venue hosts wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 90 seated or 150 standing guests.
Weddings at Mimosa Glen Homestead Cottage Woolshed
Wedding ceremonies take place in the Woolshed, at the Wedding Rock site, or in the country garden. Receptions follow in a marquee or in the Woolshed, a large open-plan function space with a surrounding deck. The building’s internal exposed beams allow for decorations and flowers to be hung.
Couples choose a catering and beverage supplier from a list of preferred suppliers. Wedding packages include the use of the entire 16-acre property, various outdoor lighting and decorating item options, 10 wine barrels for ‘bars,’ and 50 hay bales.
Accommodation and Tourist Attractions
Structured weekend wedding packages include two nights of wedding accommodation. Mimosa Glen Cottage and Homestead can accommodate a combined total of 10 people. Features include fully equipped kitchens, a surrounding verandah, outdoor entertaining areas, and BBQ facilities.
Tooborac is set against the backdrop of the McIvor Ranges and studded with ancient, dramatic granite boulders. The town is known for its annual Rabbit Ramble, a rabbit cooking competition. Merindoc Cellar Door & Bistro and McIvor Estate are wineries in Tooborac. According to a local legend, the ghost of a rabbit trapper can be heard at the Tooborac Hotel and Brewery.