Château Tanunda­­, SA

Established in 1890, Château Tanunda, Icon of the Barossa, is Australia’s largest and oldest Château and an unforgettable Barossa wedding venue. Built in the French-Germanic style of architecture, Château Tanunda brings a picturesque vision of Europe to the Barossa.

Image by Luke Simon Photography

Built with locally quarried bluestone from Bethany, beautiful slate Cellar
Door surrounds originally from Mintaro, and driveways hand-laid with
cobblestones. Château Tanunda was built on the highest point of the valley floor, giving spectacular views of vineyards, Barossa Ranges and native landscape. The immaculately maintained garden s create the perfect backdrop for ceremonies and photography. The ambiance inside the Château creates the perfect mood for your special celebrations. High-beamed ceilings perfect for overhead lighting and décor, original jarrah floor boards, and gorgeous window frames streaming natural light into the rooms. The Château also has many versatile spaces for photography including the original winery with floor-to-ceiling barrel stacks for a romantic and rustic back-drop.

Ceremony locations include the Sunken Garden, Croquet Green and more. 

Reception rooms include the Grand Ballroom which plays host for weddings up to 350 sit down or 500 cocktail and is very versatile for smaller numbers by the use of draping and lighting. The Long Room is ideal for receptions of up to 80 guests on a long banquet table, or cocktail weddings up to 120.

9 Basedow Road, Tanunda SA 5352
T 08 8563 3888 E W Guests Up to 500

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