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A wedding at Stones of the Yarra Valley is a truly unforgettable experience. With its stunning Chapel, Dairy, Barn and Stables all linked by European-inspired paths across acres of manicured lawn, Stones of the Yarra Valley is the perfect location for your wedding day
Our on site Chapel offer soaring ceilings, stained-glass windows and sweeping views across acres of vines, the Stones of the Yarra Valley Chapel is truly one of a kind. With seating on hand-crafted timber pews under a rustic chandelier, the Stones Chapel encompasses all of the romance,
elegance and solitude of a rural place-of-worship.
Ever had time to fill in between a wedding ceremony and reception? At Stones of the Yarra Valley this period just adds to the magic of the day, with guests invited to enjoy drinks and canapés in the Dairy, located between the Stones Chapel and Barn
A short stroll from the Chapel past elm trees and fountains, a reception in the historic Stones Barn can accommodate up to 180 guests. Sumptuous menus, wine lists and unforgettable entertainment – all combined with spectacular views from every seat.
With it’s vintage fittings, rough-hewn timbers and century-old brickwork, The Stables at Stones is one of the Yarra Valley’s iconic heritage venues for 40 to 63 guests.
Dating back to 1868, the historic Stables at Stones were originally used by the stable hands of St. Huberts winery as sleeping quarters and blacksmith rooms catering for the large number of horses stabled on the site. Over 145 years have passed since those early days, and following a superb conversion The Stables at Stones have re-opened as an intimate wedding & events space.
Minimum and maximum number of guests
Minimum of 40 guests and maximum of 180 guests.
Do you offer an onsite wedding consultant?
What types of cuisine does your venue specialize in?
Other Modern Australian
Is there any corkage fee?
What type of other services do you also provide?
Wedding Cake, Guest accommodation
Is there handicap access?
Do you have liability insurance?
How far in advance should your client make a booking?
The most ideal time for booking is 6-18 months in advance.
What payment systems are available for your business?
Rising from the rustic, weather-beaten remnants of a barn left idle for generations,
Stones of the Yarra Valley has emerged as the region’s premiere wedding destination.
With uninterrupted views across vines to the blue-tinged Great Divide, Stones of the Yarra Valley is located on one of the most picturesque and historic properties in the Yarra Valley, combining two superb restaurants – The Barn and The Stables at Stones –
with a stunning rough-rendered Chapel and Dairy nestled under cent
Stones of the Yarra Valley is featured in 1 Bridestory Blog articles: