Cape Jervis Station makes the perfect setting for your destination wedding, escaping the city to one of the Fleurieu Peninsula’s most beautiful coastal regions, and having access to onsite ceremony locations, reception and accommodation facilities.
The oldest building on the property is Settlers Cottage which was built around 1836, before more buildings were added around the farm over the years.
Today the 123-acre property has stunning views across the rolling hills down to the St Vincent Gulf and across to Kangaroo Island.
The beautifully manicured lawns are bordered by weathered gums and make for a popular ceremony location.
The stone barn has exposed walls and beams for a warm historic atmosphere and can host up to 150 guests for a sit down reception or function. Included in the hire of Cape Jervis Station are the tables, chairs, cutlery and crockery.
The property also houses over 16 accommodation units, each of which sleep between two and seven guests. This means there is plenty of room for your bridal party, family and guests to stay on and enjoy the beauty of Cape Jervis Station for a little longer after the party is over.
A number of cottages include self-contained kitchens and private outdoor patio areas with barbeque facilities. Settlers Cottage (pictured) has a luxurious Queen room and is the oldest building on the property, built around 1836.
There is plenty to see and do at Cape Jervis Station, take in the views around the farm, walk along the secluded and untouched coastline or hop on the ferry to explore the food and wine of Kangaroo Island.