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Rustic wedding venues in the Barossa Valley bring charm and a bit of nostalgia to a wedding.

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Barossa Valley Rustic Wedding Venues

The stables at Hentley Farm, built in the 1880s on the banks of Greenock Creek, currently houses the Hentley Farm Restaurant. Couples have exclusive use of the cellar door cottage after 5pm, and the property grounds are also available for receptions. The cottage is divided into four tasting areas: The Tasting Room, the Gallery Room, the Tally Room, and the Dining Room. The refurbished contemporary dining room features exposed-brick walls.

Lanzerac Country Estate, a 100-year-old homestead that is situated on five acres, overlooks the Barossa Ranges. The Barn is available for wedding receptions, and a marquee-style reception can be held on the lawns. Accommodation options include one of five large suites that are located within the homestead. Couples are welcome to take a walk through the 80-year-old vines on the estate.

Murray Street Vineyards wedding ceremonies take place in the Tasting Room gardens or grand entrance lawns. Receptions are held in two different spaces. Winery Foyer is a modern building with a hint of industrial while Barrel Hall is a rustic room that is lined with barrels from floor to ceiling. The preferred caterer is Elli Beer Catering. The venue is available between the months of June and mid-January.

Jacobs Creek Retreat is a 4-star hotel with a function area. The Pavilion, located next to The Jacobs Creek, is surrounded by the retreat’s extensive gardens and towering river red gum trees. Historic stone buildings, originally built in the 1840s, have been transformed into a selection of seven boutique accommodation suites. Hotel amenities include a solar-heated infinity edge pool with luxury spa bays.

Couples can relax and enjoy nature, as well as luxurious amenities like a heated pool, at rustic wedding venues in the Barossa Valley.