You know all those Pinterest photos you’ve been looking at? The charming, rustic wedding reception venues – from the cosy, wintery locations rocking the exposed brick look, to leafy wide-open spaces embracing all that is summertime. You don’t have to lump your guests with an expensive flight to some overseas location – you can have it all in the Adelaide Hills.
The perfect wedding location, all year round
Summer, autumn, winter or spring, an Adelaide Hills wedding is always a treat. Picturesque vineyards, breathtaking landscapes, quaint gardens, and charming vibes. The Hills are idyllic for year-round celebrations and are full of lovely little towns to explore.
So much to do, so much to explore
Take Hahndorf, for example. Its close proximity to the city makes it easy for guests to travel up for the day or stay the entire weekend. It’s only about a 30-minute drive from Adelaide and it’s home to hundreds of things to eat, drink, see and do.
Encourage your guests to make a weekend of it, exploring this charming German village. Pick strawberries at Beerenberg strawberry farm, sip local wine at the Lane, and wander the main street browsing quaint little shops. Check out Gulf Brewery, fill your belly with cheese at Udder Delights or simply soak up the town’s character.
Or do nothing at all …
Heck, you and your guests can even do nothing at all! With lush, green rolling hills in the distance, all you’ll want to do is sit outside with your morning coffee and take it all in. Say yes to a weekend of wonderful celebrations, and then follow it up with a few days of chilling out in the beauty of the countryside.
If you’re looking for a venue for your Adelaide Hills wedding, talk to us. We can customise a package to suit your needs.
Use our event management team to help you plan your day.Your reception and accommodation will be all in the one space – no hassle. And for those that do want to make the most of their Adelaide Hills trip, we have a range of regional partnerships to fill up your weekend. Let’s start planning your special day.
Cheers to that!