Worrowing Jervis Bay

Country NSW - NSW, Australia

Price On enquiry
Cocktail 140
Seated 140
Sleeps 52+ people

About This Venue

Worrowing Estate is a historic 250-acre private property, located just minutes from the renowned white sandy beaches and turquoise waters of Jervis Bay. Worrowing’s landmark Georgian style Homestead and magnificent gardens have inspired a collection of 12 private self-contained holiday houses, cottages, eco studios and boat houses which dot the surrounding hillside of the property and offer a unique location for those who would like to escape to a private retreat.

Worrowing is an exclusive DIY venue giving you flexibility to plan and style your wedding in a stunning location and setting.

Wedding Ceremony Locations:
There are countless locations to hold your wedding ceremony on the property grounds, in the gorgeous formal private gardens at Worrowing Homestead, or the Hay Shed for a rustic wet-weather ceremony option. Wedding receptions are held in ‘The Hereford Shed’ venue.

‘The Hereford Shed’ Wedding Reception Venue at Worrowing:
Originally a Poll Hereford cattle stable and sales yard, ‘The Hereford Shed’ is a high roofed timber and corrugated iron farm structure with polished concrete flooring and wide timber decking onto a large lawn and views of native bushland. The venue overlooks a private lake, rolling pastures and is surrounded by natural bushland and is a versatile space that can cater for large or intimate occasions. The Shed is positioned in a private location on the property with access to our wet-weather ceremony space ‘The Hay Shed’.

Accommodation:
Worrowing accommodates 41 – 53 guests in six styles of accommodation on the Estate. Having all of your guests together in one place for your special occasion will ensure your wedding will be a weekend you will never forget. Accommodation is required to be booked for a 2 night stay minimum (glamping tents optional).

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Venue Facilities

  • AV system
  • Bar area
  • Bathroom
  • BBQ
  • Bridal change room
  • BYO alcohol
  • BYO catering
  • Camping
  • Chapel
  • Clean-up included
  • Fire pit
  • Generator
  • Kitchen
  • Marquee or Tent
  • No curfew
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Power
  • Stage
  • Tables and seating
  • Water
  • Wet weather cover
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi

Accommodation Amenities

  • Air conditioning
  • Bathroom
  • BBQ
  • Camping
  • Dishwasher
  • Hair Dryer
  • Kitchen
  • Linen supplied
  • Non-smoking
  • Open fireplace
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Towels supplied
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi

Owner / Manager

Worrowing Jervis Bay is an independently owned accommodation business on the South Coast of NSW, just 2.5 hours drive south of Sydney. The Georgian style homestead was modeled on Old Erowal House built in 1840 and Worrowing is now one of the few existing rural properties in the Jervis Bay area.

Owners Adrian and Jenny Robertson designed and built the 12 cottages, eco huts and boatsheds situated on the property, with the aim of instilling the natural beauty of the property’s surrounds.

The estate has catered for many Jervis Bay events including art exhibitions and Natural Trust days. Over the years Worrowing has been worked as a poll Hereford stud and today maintains its rural atmosphere with cattle, horses, and the encouragement of the abundant native wildlife of Jervis Bay.

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