We’re a big fan of the Hunter Valley for plenty of reasons. Not only is it Australia’s oldest wine region on offer but it’s also a great place to get married too. With plenty of options for great food, wine and unique accommodation nearby, your guests will love you for choosing this location featuring vineyards and lush greenery.
Below you’ll find a round up of some of our favourite Hunter Valley wedding venues listed on WedShed to show you exactly what we’re talking about. You can find a whole bunch more on our wedding directory.
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Located at Redwood Park, this beautiful 100-acre estate features a gorgeous Woodhouse that’s available exclusively to couples wishing to get married and celebrate over one or two days with family and friends on their own private patch of paradise. Plus, glamping is allowed (a huge plus in our books).
The Wedding Shed is your one-stop-shop for an all-inclusive package or BYO. Featuring high ceilings, festoon lights and lanterns strung from surrounding trees, it makes for a gorgeous blank canvas that’s perfect for a DIY wedding.
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The photography options are endless at this family-owned and operated organic vineyard, working deer and cattle farm. With onsite cottage accommodation and a private estate which has dramatic features, it’s a venue that’s suited to weddings all year round.
Bask in natural, beautiful light at this beautifully styled marquee, set on 140 acres of rolling hills, open pasture, and native bushland. Tucked away in a sunny valley, this venue seats up t0 110 people with onsite accommodation for 12 guests.
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Celebrate all weekend long at this beautiful venue which features a lounging pool, incredible architecture, an Indian tent, a river which runs along the full length of the eastern boundary and over 100 acres of property. Plus, there’s onsite accommodation too.
Built in 1840, Mulla Villa was originally used as a B&B for couples wanting to escape to the beautiful surrounds of the Hunter Valley. The existing barn compliments the old grand country elegance of the property and features uninterrupted views of the picturesque surrounds, for couples seeking a barn-style country wedding.
Dating back to the mid-1800’s, Glenmore boasts the title of being the region’s original homestead and encompasses everything that is the Hunter Valley. The venue features beautifully manicured grounds and a classic country charm.
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Unquestionably one of the Hunter Valley’s grandest waterfront estates, Stanley Park, built in 1897 is a landmark residence unparalleled in grace, style and historic legend with 28 acres of property that boasts a rustic American style barn and an 8 bedroom Victorian homestead for accommodation.
The scenery and surrounding atmosphere at Lonely Goat Olives lends itself perfectly to a variety of weddings. Their 100 acres of property includes open lawns with sweeping views and an established olive grove which creates a unique backdrop for your wedding.
Wallalong House encompasses a mix of Georgian and Victorian architecture, that proudly sits amongst four large, 190 year old fig trees with breathtaking views of the surrounding farmland. Host your wedding in their Indian Tent overlooking the pool with breathtaking country views or at Wallalong House, which combines historic beauty with all the facilities of a modern venue.
If you’ve ever felt like you’re living in the wrong era, this venue known as Mansfield House might just be your cup of tea. Built in 1887, it’s a fancy space with multiple rooms and a stunning garden (which by the way, is pet-friendly).
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If you’re after a blank-canvas, DIY family farm you can call your own for a few days in the Hunter Valley, Lynwood is just the place. This beautiful drought-affected farm has diversified into weddings and features 455 acres of property, large fig trees and luxury safari-style glamping tents nearby.
Vinden Estate is one of the Hunter Valley’s most admired properties. Based on 1840s early Victorian architecture, the homestead boasts understated style and elegance. The Hunter Valley residence overlooks 10 acres of premium vineyard and features a swimming pool, tennis court, and olive grove.