Aucheddarroch is one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the Adelaide Hills.
This venue offers a diverse range of settings for both your wedding ceremony and celebratory meal.
We invite you to visit to enjoy a site tour with our wedding planner to take-in first-hand all of the amazing options Aucheddarroch House brings as the Adelaide Hills most diverse wedding venue.
Click here to book a tour so you can see for yourself how amazing this venue is.
A Wedding Venue in the Adelaide Hills
This graceful old mansion has a surprising range of wedding ceremony and celebration dinner options.
The venue can cater for small intimate group ceremonies and celebratory meals, through to weddings very large guest lists.
An Indoor Wedding Ceremony you’ll Love
You would be amazed at the number and diversity of wedding ceremony locations within the Auchendarroch property.
Numerous indoor wedding ceremony locations including:
The magnificent Ballroom with its beautiful fireplace and bay window and high ceilings can comfortably seat 60 wedding guests.
Bar Smith Billiard room
The Bar Smith Billiard room with its three dazzling chandeliers has a capacity of up to twenty guests.
Oakfield room, which can accommodate 20-40 guests.
Robert Charles Room
And if you prefer a blend of old and new, you’ll find the new Robert Charles Room will more than fulfil your expectations.
This room features sparkling Swarovski crystal curtains, and distinctive ceiling lights, with handmade forged iron vine leaves surrounding the bar.
For larger groups, the Bistro area is available for receptions from 150 to 230 guests.
Outdoor wedding venue options
The Auchendarroch property includes a generous selection of six outdoor spaces areas suitable as backdrops for an outdoor wedding ceremony:
Joanna’s Garden of Serenity
Brimming with fernshy, clivea, geraniums, violets, pink bergenia and a border of hellebores.
Amazing bulbs – bluebells, jonquils and snowdrops will spring to life to add to the calm, cool ambience of this garden.
Heritage Rose Gardens
Features a collection of beautiful roses with interesting stories linked to famous South Australians.
The Lovers Statue provides a romantic photographic backdrop
Jemima’s Kitchen Garden
Jemima Puddleduck of Beatrix Potter fame would be very comfortable in this period kitchen garden.
Garden Weave of Natives
A stepping stone journey through meandering a path of native plants.
Dee Dee’s Secret Garden
A special place for Deanna Wallis with roses dedicated to her Grandfather. Another ideal wedding photo location is the bench under the Manchurian Peartree.
The manicured lawns provide another venue idea. Ideal for an outdoor wedding ceremony, and even for standup finger food dining.
All with sumptuous chef-designed meals matched to your taste.