Weddings

Romantic gardens with picturesque views

A beautiful Mornington Peninsula wedding venue.   Romantic garden wedding ceremonies in beautiful gardens on 5 acres with over 3000 plants, shrubs and trees.  The approach to your wedding ceremony begins with a winding drive past the Algerian oaks towards the enchanting old flowering gums with views of Western Port Bay which set the scene for one of a kind photography and an experience for your guests to the property to immerse themselves in an authentic garden designed by Paul Bangay.   

A bridal walk under the pergolas laden with wedding day roses and wisteria set within large lawn areas is a romantic aspect for bridal photography. There are wonderful photo opportunities by the pool, under the arbours and vast flowering areas and grassland.

The garden is ever changing and has a quite different look with every season. For instance, we know Spring is approaching when the Japanese crab apples start to show their buds of the beautiful pink blossom. These are followed closely by the blossom of the Callery pears and then there are the Wedding Day roses together with the lilac wisteria covering the three pergolas

Summer is an abundance of white, lilac and green with a beautiful drift of yellow daisies and balls of lavender. During February through to May the Burmese Plumbago abound with stunning cobalt flowers to greet visitors on their arrival to the forecourt. Autumn is a delight with many flowering gum trees, pin oaks and upright oaks displaying their autumnal colours.

The grounds will comfortably accommodate small/intimate weddings including marquees, catering, music can all be accommodated on the property between the hours of 9.00am and 8.00pm daylight saving time.

A studio with bathroom facilities at the rear of the property is available for guests.

Chairs and tables can be provided on the lawn for guests to sit and relax while photos are being taken.

Off road car parking for numerous cars.  Staff look after the parking on your wedding day and will escort the bridal party on their arrival.

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