The Barn Wedding
Cadello Park, Cadello
Located between Kyneton and Woodend on a farm that is rich with history, this extensive circa 1845 property features a beautifully updated century-old barn perfect for your dream country wedding.
The team behind Cadello Park are also the talented florist-event organiser duo from Prunella in Kyneton and are masters at creating a unique and individual experience for couples. You can expect professional bar and wait staff, generous, flavourful catering, a delicious drinks list and Prunella’s signature styling and lush botanicals.
The Winery Wedding
Hunter-Gatherer Winery, Pipers Creek
Hunter-Gatherer is a boutique, family-run winery only ten minutes from Woodend and Kyneton.
Hold your wedding reception inside their rustic barrel hall function space, beautifully lit with fairy lights and boasting views over the vineyard. The winery also offers large open outdoor areas with 360-degree views of the vineyard and rolling countryside, ideal for a special ceremony. Sunsets here are stunning and make for perfect evening photos.
This is a true country-style experience in a winery that is relaxed, friendly and flexible with fitting into your wedding plans.
You might also want to check out Mount Macedon Winery, Glen Erin Winery and Cleveland Winery.
Tim Brown Photography
The Garden Estate Wedding
Camp David Farm, Spring Hill
Set against a backdrop of rolling, tree-lined hills on 96 acres, Camp David Farm offers breathtaking country views and beautifully manicured gardens.
The Formal Hedge Garden is a magical setting to host an outdoor wedding ceremony or reception. Or express your style with an elegant clear marquee or Hamptons style sailcloth marquee on their grassy lawn. Camp David Farm also holds weddings in ‘The Barn’ for couples after a smaller chic, rustic wedding venue.
Complete with onsite luxury accommodation, Camp David Farm is one of Victoria’s hidden wedding gems.
The Heritage Farm Wedding
Set in the heart of Sidonia’s farming district, Bringalbit is a working farm and heritage garden that is a unique part of Australia’s rural history. The venue offers the option of a historic woolshed or a magical garden wedding, with huge old trees, an ornamental lake and peacocks roaming wild. Time your wedding with the seasons and you’ll experience everything from a Crabapple Walk to a Quince Walk that delights in spring and autumn.
Bringalbit also offers onsite accommodation in their historic homestead and rustic, self-contained cottages.
Image by Michael Briggs photography
The Forest Wedding
The Burrow, Denver
Nestled in the heart of the Wombat State Forest at Wombat Forest Vineyard is a dedicated event space known as The Burrow.
Only 20-minutes’ drive from Kyneton, The Burrow provides various options for your wedding and plenty of flexibility with the weather.
The Burrow’s Courtyard is a purpose-built landing overlooking the property and surrounding bushland. While their Mini Paddock is a beautiful grass clearing lit with festoon lights and bordered by Peppermint Gum trees and paddock-style fencing. There’s also the Wombat Forest itself, which forms a dramatic backdrop for your ceremony and wedding photographs.
And when you want to come indoors, The Burrow offers a contemporary take on a barn-style venue, where cathedral ceilings, exposed hardwood trusses and large stone fireplace will set the tone for your wedding reception.
Whites and Woods Photography
The French Salon Wedding
Petite Salon, Kyneton
A venture by Prunella Flowers, the Petite Salon space is a little touch of Paris in Kyneton, with a European Courtyard and Prunella’s signature floral arrangements.
Prunella Petite Salon is available for petite weddings.
The Homestead Wedding
St Agnes Homestead, Kyneton
St Agnes Homestead is a picturesque heritage property restored to its original charm. Situated on six magnificent acres including a Merlot vineyard, spectacular gardens, original Coach House and accommodation, you can enjoy a wedding with a rural atmosphere only a short walk to the shops and restaurants of Piper Street.
Here you can let your imagination create your special day, with numerous garden ceremony locations to choose from. Your reception could be everything from a glamorous cocktail party or intimate soiree in the Coach House to a marquee on rolling green lawns.
The Church Wedding
The Little Church, Spring Hill
Tucked amongst ancient gum trees on a private two-acre property in the hamlet of Spring Hill is a traditional church and separate, beautifully designed pavilion.
Known as ‘The Little Church’, this charming timber building, weathered by over 100 years, exudes simple, understated elegance and is steeped in history.
St Mark’s Church of England was built on the site in Spring Hill in 1890. The church was deconsecrated in 1959 and has since been privately owned.
Now open to the public as part of the Spring Hill Peony Farm, The Little Church offers a beautiful venue for intimate country weddings (and as many peonies as you could wish for in spring).
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