About This Venue
Spring Bay Mill is a sustainable wedding venue on the east coast of lutruwita/Tasmania.
We’re not your average wedding venue. We care about the details that are important to you. Whether it be finding the right Instagram-worthy backdrop, creating a custom-designed garden-to-plate menu or aligning with your sustainability values, we’re here to make sure things go right.
We have spaces and places that can accommodate a range of table settings and event configurations. And a dedicated in-house event planner who will be with you every step of the way. Choose from a range of added experiences like tree-planting and historical walks to create a celebration full of lasting memories for you and your guests.
Enjoy our stylish off-grid accommodation options with stunning sea views and outdoor hot tubs. We can accommodate up to 118 people onsite, but if you need more we can arrange other nearby accommodation.
Inside, outside or barefoot on the beach, we have a range of picture-perfect locations for your dream Tasmanian wedding.
Photos simply don’t do this place justice. You have to see it for yourself. Get in contact to organise a site visit. We’d love to show you around and work with you to tailor a package that suits your needs.
- AV system
- Bar area
- Bridal change room
- BYO alcohol
- BYO catering
- Clean-up included
- Fire pit
- Marquee or Tent
- No curfew
- Tables and seating
- Wet weather cover
- Wheelchair Access
- Air conditioning
- Hair Dryer
- Linen supplied
- Open fireplace
- Towels supplied
- Washing machine
- Wheelchair access
Owner / Manager
Spring Bay Mill is surrounded by some of the cleanest air lutruwita/Tasmania has to offer with water views that stretch from the portside town of trayapana/Triabunna to wukaluwikiwayna/Maria Island National Park. Previously the world’s largest wood chip mill, the site purveys a transcendent stillness that is truly unmatched.
Garden-to-plate goodness, modern facilities, award-winning accommodation and an intricate landscape yield a backdrop like no other for weddings: intimate or spectacular.
From the wood chip mill workers who earned a living here for four decades before us to now, we’re passionate about caring for the unceded land of the paredarerme people, the original gatherers and caretakers of Freestone Point.
The Triabunna Wood Chip Mill was built in the 1970s. In its heyday, the mill exported up to 600,000 tons of wood chips per year. This meant around 100,000 healthy trees from ancient old growth forests in southern Tasmania were clear-felled every year.
Philanthropist, Graeme Wood purchased the Mill in 2011 with the intent of putting a stop to old-growth logging in southern Tasmania once and for all. The ongoing carbon sequestration of those saved forests has been a major contributor to the carbon-negative position that Tasmania can now rightfully boast.
The decision to create an events venue, by up-cycling the industrial infrastructure into state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor spaces, was made with the intention of returning the site to a place where people can gather again. And to demonstrate that through regenerating landscapes, we regenerate ourselves.
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