Supported by Alexandrina Council
Woodburn Homestead est 1864

Woodburn Homestead est 1864

Woodburn Homestead

410 Angas Plains Rd, Langhorne Creek SA 5255

Woodburn Homestead, purchased by the Westphalen Family in 2016, is a unique and bespoke destination wedding venue. Built by Matthew Rankine in 1864, the homestead has now been lovingly restored and renovated to host celebrations for all occasions. Drive up the winding driveway lined with beautiful Australian gums and come upon a surprise. Enhanced by its history, the grounds at Woodburn have been brought back to life—enhancing and showcasing the original stables now as an enclosed intimate function space, the stable lawns with festoon lighting and the authentic stone barn now the icon of the property—an open-air chapel with fairy light ceiling. The Angas Lawns are suitable for amazing marquees, and there is a stunning open fireplace for the colder months. In-house catering and bar services are supplied by the multi–award winning business Cindy’s Classic Gourmet, a South Australian Tourism accredited business, South Australia’s and Australia’s voted No. 1 wedding caterer by the Australian Bridal Industry Academy. Woodburn is truly a must-see destination wedding venue.

Photo by Klick Creative