Adelaide Hills Unique Wedding Venues
Situated atop 32 acres, Adelaide Hills Convention Centre forms part of the Hahndorf Resort. The state-of-the-art convention centre offers a contemporary upper level with an open plan area and a spacious deck. The lower level has rustic charm with its natural wooden floorboards and exposed beams. The centre features 360-degree views of the Adelaide Hills and a landscaped garden that includes an area to land a helicopter.
Set on a private 20-acre nature sanctuary at Norton Summit, Adelaide Hills Popup Weddings at Sinclair's Gully Winery offers affordable four and five hour garden wedding ceremonies and receptions. This eco-certified winery provides four different private ceremony locations, including a secluded forest setting and winery settings. Fizzology sessions are available for wedding parties.
At 710 metres above sea level, The Summit Restaurant, Cafe & Function Centre is located at Adelaide’s highest peak. Along with stunning views, the venue offers a versatile space that includes an elegant dining room with floor to ceiling windows and a spacious plaza that can accommodate up to 1,100 guests. The venue is located in the Mount Lofty Lookout in the Cleland Conservation Park.
Built on a 13-hectare property in the 1890s for use as a summer residence, the house at Wairoa features gardens that are open to the public as part of the Australian Open Garden Scheme. The romantic Victorian-era garden provides a variety of locations for wedding ceremonies, as well as limited catering, during daylight hours.
Couples create great memories when they choose unique wedding venues in Adelaide Hills. In addition, their wedding guests enjoy conveniences like on-site lodging and entertainment such as post-wedding special activities.