Best Wedding Venues

Best Wedding Venues

Looking for your ideal wedding venue? We’ve compiled a list of our favourites to help your search that little bit easier. Whilst this page provides direct links to wineries, estates and function centres you can also check out these two posts below for some of our top picks and featured photos:

Check out the Best Winery Wedding Venues

Venues that allow external catering and/or bartenders:

Al-Ru Farm, One Tree Hill
Anderson Hill Winery, Lenswood
Barn1890, Willunga
Barristers Block, Adelaide Hills
Beach Huts, Middleton
Glen Ewin Estate, Adelaide Hills
Marybank, Rostrevor
No. 58 Cellar Door, Port Elliot
Oliver’s Chaf Shed, McLaren Vale
Penny’s Hill Winery, McLaren Vale
Shed 9 at Factory Nine, Port Elliot (recently closed)
Stangate House, Adelaide Hills
Waverley Estate, Port Elliot


Other venues:

Barossa Valley Estate, Barossa Valley
Bird in Hand, Adelaide Hills
Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, Adelaide CBD
Chateau Tanunda, Barossa Valley
Chapel Hill Retreat, McLaren Vale
Coriole, McLaren Vale
Golding Winery, Adelaide Hills
K1 Winery by Geoff Hardy, Adelaide Hills
Longview Vineyard, Adelaide Hills
Mt Lofty House, Adelaide Hills
National Wine Centre of Australia, Adelaide CBD|
Nepenthe Winery, Adelaide Hills
Petaluma’s Bridgewater Mill, Adelaide Hills
Rockbare Cellar Door, Adelaide Hills
Rosemount Estate, Barossa Valley
Stonyfell Function Centre (UPDATE: Closed), Adelaide Hills
Sunnybrae Function Centre, Regency Park
Tapestry Winery, McLaren Vale
The Lane, Adelaide Hills
Waterfall Gully, Adelaide Hills
Woodstock Winery, McLaren Vale

Are we missing a great wedding venue off our list? Comment below…

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  • Reply
    Corrie fiorenza
    April 23, 2015 at 10:04 am

    We are an amazing restaurant/winery with a beautiful room for wedding receptions and stunning grounds for your ceremony

    • Reply
      Steve the Bartender
      April 25, 2015 at 10:03 am

      Thanks Corrie – my sister is booked in for her wedding at Woodstock towards the end of the year!

  • Reply
    David Pritchard
    September 18, 2016 at 11:59 am

    At 70+ years old, I am hardly in the wedding venues market, but yesterday attended the SA Open Gardens event at Peter Seppelt’s winery just a 3 or 4 kilometres out of Springton. The exquisitely beautiful and supremely tranquil surroundings provide surroundings that everyone seeking a wedding venue should look at if Barossa Valley is within their geographic potential.

    • Reply
      Steve the Bartender
      September 20, 2016 at 2:10 pm

      Thanks for the suggestion David!

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