Auchebdarroch House

Auchebdarroch House has a truly magnificent garden, which is the perfect setting for your wedding ceremony, while their beautifully decorated indoor spaces are perfect for stylish receptions.


Auchebdarroch House is a heritage-listed property in Adelaide, South Australia which was built in 1860 by Scottish immigrant Lachlan McFarlane. It has been lovingly restored in 2009 and its magnificent interior is simply ideal for weddings.

There are five different function spaces to choose for your event including very private ones such as the Barr Smith billiard room that can seat up to 20 people and features William Morris wallpaper as well as luxurious swags and curtains. The ballroom is ideal for smaller, elegant wedding receptions of up to 80 guests and it features high ceilings and big windows. The biggest and most decadent function space is the Robert Charles room which can seat up to 140 guests and is adorned with Swarovski Crystal curtains and ceiling lights. While the ballroom has access to a gorgeous verandah, the Robert Charles room opens onto the terrace overlooking the gardens.

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