If you’re getting married in Brisbane consider the award-winning Glengariff Historic Estate. Glengariff Estate weddings in the Moreton Bay region hinterland
are unmatched when it comes to exclusivity, opulence and beautiful, natural surroundings.
The estate is one of the oldest, privately owned family properties in Queensland, passing through 6 generations of the Wrightson family since 1876. Originally a dairy farm, today Glengariff Historic Estate provides brides and grooms from all over the world, along with those seeking to celebrate in style and opulence, a gorgeous, timeless wedding and function venue.
Picture yourself getting married in Brisbane North against a backdrop of panoramic mountain views, saying ‘I Do’ from the formal garden terrace. This is just a snippet of what awaits you at Glengariff Historic Estate.
Following the wedding ceremony, the entire property is exclusively for use by the wedding party, for 5 hours of lavish celebrations. Having hosted more than 2,000 weddings, the staff at Glengariff Historic Estate, (including your personal wedding coordinator) know the importance of providing 5 star service to ensure your wedding day is stress-free.
You can even add on special services such as a grand entrance by helicopter, firework displays and an exclusive bridal preparation villa.
The estate’s private chef will ensure you and your guests enjoy the ultimate decadent foodie affair in the Vintage Dining Room complete with conservatories. Reception packages include the carefully plated, silver service alternate drop, buffet smorgasbord and the sophisticated cocktail soirée, along with beverage options to suit all budgets.
With over 30 different, stunning locations available on the property for endless photo opportunities – Glengariff Historic Estate is a photographer’s paradise. Capture your newly-wedded bliss amongst the vineyards or rose gardens, by the rustic barn, under the waterfall, in one of the vintage sitting rooms, under the classical stone arbours, or one of the many other beautiful spots found on the estate.
At the end of your night the valet service will take newlyweds to private, complimentary cottage accommodation nestled in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland.
Wedding and Function Venue: Open Monday through to Sunday for functions and on-site ceremonies and receptions. A private bridal villa is provided for brides to prep, dress and primp prior to the wedding.
2 Function Rooms: Choose from the Estate Room or Vintage Room (exclusive use of the venue – only 1 wedding/function held at a time).
Guest Limit: Glengariff can seat 30 guests to 220 guests, or 350 guests if opting for a cocktail soirée style event.
All Inclusive Glengariff Estate Weddings Packages: Starting from $4990.00 including ceremony, venue hire, food and unlimited beverages, centrepieces and décor. A wedding/function coordinator is supplied upon the booking of your event. Glengariff kitchens, chefs and wait staff are all included in the total cost. You’re event will enjoy high staffing levels to ensure all guests are completely taken care of.
Custom Menus: Enquire for special designed menus for functions like hens cocktail soirées, elopements, birthday parties and other special event days.
Photo Ops: Over 30 photo locations available on the property.
Carpark: Space for 70 cars, plus 3 buses.
Helicopter Pad: For a spectacular high-flying entrance, and/or exit on your special day.
Coach Hire: Bus hire is available to transport you, and/or your guests to and from your destination for your wedding or function.
Local Accommodation: Your wedding guests will find a number of wonderful hinterland accommodation options within a short drive of Glengariff including Dayboro Cottages and Llama Walks, Ocean View Estates, Mount Mee Country Inn Bed and Breakfast.
You can take a hinterland day trip, embark on a self-guided foodie discovery expedition, or stay awhile at one of the many hinterland holidaying hotspots to fully immerse yourself in the rural atmosphere for a few days, or longer, after getting married in Brisbane North’s hinterland.
D’Aguilar National Park is a truly stunning region just north of Brisbane, with beautiful subtropical rainforests, eucalypt woodlands, and scribbly gum forests. The park’s picnic areas and walking tracks make a great day trip from the city and bayside hubs.
The region boasts many museums and art galleries and areas such as Dayboro, Samford, Woodford and Caboolture are rich in history harking back to the region’s pre-European penal settlement. You’ll find numerous Heritage Trails and other areas of interests to explore.
Glengariff Historic Estate, Mount Mee Road, King Scrub QLD, Australia
(07) 3425 1299
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