Often your wedding venue is the most important piece to your wedding puzzle! Discover amazing wedding accommodation with our wedding venue directory.
Fleurieu Weddings’ online wedding directory features wedding accommodation on the Fleurieu Peninsula, to service your Adelaide wedding. We are here to help you select the best of our local wedding suppliers.
All the suppliers listed in our wedding directory service the wedding hot spots of the Fleurieu Peninsula including (but not limited to!); McLaren Vale, Aldinga Beach, Middleton, Kuitpo, Onkaparinga Valley, Goolwa, Encounter Bay and Victor Harbor.
Premier new wedding venue on the Southern Fleurieu Coast at Hotel Victor. Seating up to 260 of your special guests. Fabulous dinner menus. Gorgeous views of the Bluff and Granite Island.
An exquisite Bridal Suite and Seaview Accommodation for your valued wedding guests!
Create your dream wedding at Lush Pastures! Plenty of space and photo opportunities! In house catering available. Create your own package so that your wedding will be truly unique. Accommodation for 6 people for three nights – with meals and beverages included (except wedding night). Have time to relax and enjoy your wedding venue the night after your big day with friends/family.
Contact: Cheryl on 0411286377
Oxenberry Farm is situated in a picturesque green lush valley, in the heart of McLaren Vale. The perfect location to celebrate your special day.
The thoughtful staff at Oxenberry Farm will provide a magical atmosphere to make your reception a memorable story, tied in with the dedicated wedding planning and romantic photographic locations this is the ideal spot for your big day!
And you can’t forget their onsite accommodation in the form of luxury cottages, home to the first building in McLaren Vale! The one stop spot for your wedding day!
Contact: ( 08 ) 83230188
Our architecturally designed accommodation secluded and private in the middle of a vineyard.
Two large one bedroom houses (with additional beds available). The Treehouse is highly sought after and was designed by famous South Australian architect Max Pritchard to bring the outside in.
It has king bedroom and bathroom, both without blinds, allowing the vineyard views and milky way nights to be visible from your bed. The Cottage has a large queen bedroom with blinds, loft double and large open plan lounge/kitchen/dining with very high ceilings.
The houses are separated by lawns and gardens and connected by an undercover walkway.
The accommodation was featured on SA Weekender as unique accommodation.
Contact: Susie Burgher 0407884044
The Village Bell Tent Co. provides pop up accommodation in beautiful bell tents for all kind of occasions. Whether it be a wedding, corporate function or a special birthday celebration. Give your event a point of difference by creating a glamping village.
We specialise in medium sized set ups of between 5 and 25 tents, accommodating up to 100 people. Our Tents come fully set up with air beds, linen, lights, rugs, bed side table and soft furnishings. We can also add extra touches such mirrors, chairs, towels, welcome packs and torches or request.
The best thing about The Village Bell Tent Co. is that we are mobile. If you have the space available we can do all the rest. We service the Adelaide metro area, Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula but can travel further for 25 tent bookings.
The four-bedroom Woodburn Homestead is set on 42 acres of land, and we have repurposed the house, surrounding buildings and land to create a destination for charming, stylish and unique country gatherings, functions and weddings.
The property and accommodation are also suited to corporate and team building functions, and small groups or families as a holiday destination, hosting intimate dinners, birthdays and corporate functions, and attracting more visitors to the region.
The wonderful owner, Cindy, is proud to have returned Woodburn Homestead to its former glory, and now looks forward to inviting tourists and locals to discover the history of this important South Australian landmark and the diversity of the Langhorne Creek region.