One of Australia’s grand suburban estates featuring sweeping lawns, magnificent trees and a tranquil lake. Located only ten kilometres from Melbourne, Rippon Lea is a sublime setting close to the CBD.
National Trust Weddings
With venues throughout the state and in some of Victoria’s most sought after areas, the National Trust has a wedding venue for every taste and style. Whether your special day will be one of rustic charm and simplicity or high glamour and sophistication, there’s no shortage of inspiration across our trusted properties.
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Rippon Lea Estate
Famous for opulent interiors and grand proportions, weddings at Labassa can be hosted in the drawing room, dining room, music room or marquee, depending on the size and style of your event.
Como House and Garden
Centrally located in South Yarra, this colonial mansion is set in over two hectares of superbly landscaped gardens to inspire beautiful locations for your outdoor ceremony, followed by a stunning reception in the historic Ballroom.
This majestic bluestone mansion in a sweeping rural landscape offers a stunning backdrop to make your wedding truly special. The grand entrance hall and staircase are romantic locations for ceremonies, the spacious courtyard transforms into a beautiful reception area, and the gardens provide ample opportunities for outdoor celebrations.
A classic weatherboard house and former home of artist Daryl Lindsay and his wife Joan. Set in 14.5 acres of beautiful gardens and bushland on the edge of the Mornington Peninsula, Mulberry Hill is ideal for a tranquil garden ceremony in front of the house or an intimate garden party in the grounds.
La Trobe's Cottage
Nestled next to the Royal Botanic Gardens and framed by a neatly planted garden, this is a perfect venue for small scale wedding ceremonies. White weatherboards, outbuildings and a picket fence give this charming venue a classic country feel.
A majestic brick villa built during the 1850s, overlooking the Barwon River in Newtown. The picturesque grounds offer plenty of locations for ceremonies, while the carriageway makes for the perfect approach to the venue for the bridal party.
Located in Geelong and dating from 1855, the beautifully manicured grounds, bluestone groom's cottage and uninterrupted views of the You Yangs are a perfect backdrop for wedding ceremonies and photography.
Just 300 metres from the beach this three storey industrial treasure is a unique function venue. Built in 1856 in rough sandstone, featuring Baltic Pine floors, the variety of spaces and lawns provide unique and inspiring surrounds for a remarkable wedding.