An everlasting promise

Say I-do in one of our four stunning ceremony locations within the grounds of Gabbinbar Homestead. Each wedding ceremony location takes advantage of the established gardens, precision shaped hedges and perfectly manicured lawns within the estate. Your guests will be spellbound by the natural beauty of your ceremony on your wedding day.

The Pavilion

Our gorgeous undercover ceremony option, complete with soaring ceiling and adorned with three gorgeous chandeliers. The perfect ceremony choice for your day, or alternatively your wet weather back up should rain impact your ceremony.

Enjoy beautiful breezes and panoramic views of Gabbinbar Homestead. Perfectly placed within the gardens to take advantage of the weather year-round.

The Governor's Lawn

Marry under our spectacular 150-year old Moreton Bay fig tree on the luscious green grounds of the Governor's Lawn.

Shaded by a gorgeous jacaranda tree, this spot is beautiful year-round. Our team of talented wedding planners can work with you to help style each space and make it your own. We always stay on top of the latest wedding trends and can recommend a number of local wedding stylists to bring your vision to life.

The Woods

You’ll love how the light just peeks through the trees at The Woods, creating a soft, natural atmosphere. The festoon lights give a subtle glow as the sun goes down.

Walk down the aisle using the curved pebbled path, and meet your beloved under the canopy created by the lush tree branches above. The Woods is a flexible space and can be styled to suit the mood and theme you are after.

The Old Gates

Featuring two historic and original gates, this ceremony spot provides a majestic Himilayan cedar tree as your backdrop. Framed by ornamental pear trees and made even more special by glimpses of the Great Dividing Range in the background.

Year-round this ceremony location showcases the seasons with vibrant yellow and orange colours in autumn, lush greens in summer and dazzling lavendar in spring provided by the jacaranda which sits behind the cedar tree.

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