Some Adelaide wedding venues, found in restaurants, wineries, and estates, offer a rustic ambiance.
The Belgian Beer Café, conveniently located in the Adelaide central business district, provides a function area for wedding receptions. The rustic décor includes an open beamed ceiling and wood paneled bar. A balcony adjoins the room for added outdoor space. The entire venue, which includes the function room and the café, can be rented for a reception.
Located in a circa 1800s, heritage-listed building, Cos 18 Leigh offers a sophisticated function room with a 14-foot antique ceiling with cornices, arched windows, ornate fireplace, split-level bar area, and polished dark wood floorboards. A courtyard area, surrounded by heritage stone walls and ample greenery, provides a shady setting.
Stonyfell Function Centre is located on the grounds of the original Stonyfell Winery which was established in 1858. The function area features a huge open fireplace, exposed beams, and beautiful chandeliers. The room affords great nighttime views of the city lights from the front patio area. The venue accommodates both small and large weddings in classic winery style.
Situated on 4.5 acres, Sunnybrae Estate includes three recently restored structures that were originally built in the nineteenth century along with three new structures. The cow shed is now the Coach House while the Dairymen’s Quarters, constructed around a central courtyard, now houses the Richard Day Room and the Heritage Room. The Garden Terrace faces the Rose Garden while The Pavilion doors open up onto the Rose Garden. Pepper Tree Gazebo is set within a grove of old pepper trees, small fountains, and a running stream.
The Village Tavern is a budget-friendly venue with a self-contained function room. The room featuring a sophisticated décor with open beamed ceiling and a large wood paneled bar as well as a high tech entertainment system. Numerous room set-up options are available.
Rustic wedding venues in Adelaide offer a charming setting for ceremonies and receptions.