Coolangatta Estate

Intimate, historic venue with stunning ocean and vineyard views is perfect for brides and grooms who want an elegant country wedding away from the hustle and bustle of a city.

Located on the South Coast of NSW, Coolangatta Estate has its own sprawling vineyards, cellar door, historic chapel and cosy rustic-style cottages. Here you can truly escape from everything and enjoy a destination wedding in a tranquil country with your family and friends.

It is an intimate wedding venue which can accommodate up to 200 guests, and you can host both your ceremony and reception on site. And with accommodation available in convict-built cottages, it makes a wonderful weekend getaway for you and your guests. It has all the facilities you might need including accommodation rooms, restaurant, cellar door, tennis court and pool, and attractive destinations like Shoalhaven Heads, Berry, Gerrigong, Kangaroo Valley and Kiama are close by.

This wedding venue combines ocean and vineyard views, so just try to imagine all the photo opportunities you will have! ‘Collungatta’ is an Aboriginal word for a fine view, so if that is what you are after, you surely won’t be disappointed. The history of this estate goes back to the early 19th century when partners Alexander Berry and Edward Wollstonecraft settled on the foothills of the Coolangatta Mountain. It was the first European settlement on the South Coast.

You can wed at a historic chapel or outside on estate’s beautiful grounds, and then choose one of three elegant reception venues for your banquet or cocktail-style event. The vineyards and Moreton Bay fig trees provide incredible backdrops for your ceremony and photos!

The reception venue is flexible and caters for different budgets and types of weddings, so let the team at Coolangatta Estate help you create your dream day. Crow’s Nest is the largest function space and can seat up to 200 people and features a private lounge, its own bar and open fireplace, Alexanders Restaurant is ideal for banquets of up to 80 people and has really spectacular views, while the garden marquee can only fit a maximum of 50 people, but it has breath-taking coastal views. Built in 1823, the Great Hall has a truly unique historical setting, so opt for this room if you want a wedding with antique flair.

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