Kuitpo Hall

Kuitpo Hall is a delightful little venue snuggled right along side the amazing Kuitpo Forest and surrounded by sweeping paddocks. It’s quite an intimate location as you feel as though you are right in the middle of nowhere, away from civilization, despite only being a short drive away. The Hall was built in 1926 of stone and local hardwood and has been recently rennovated by new owners who saw great potential in the spot as an awsome wedding venue. The venue is often paired with the stunning Burbrook Forest wedding venue which is only a stone’s throw away from one another.

Very much a DIY venue, the Hall features grand high ceilings, polished timber floors and a nifty little fireplace nook. The Hall itself however in my opion is secondary to it’s amazing outdoor space where weddings can be held out on the grass, or dance floor, etc. If holding your wedding inside, the Hall can accomodate up to 100 people seated comfortably, however when combining the space available outside, the capacity of the venue can be increased to 200.

The setting is very much geared towards a rustic, boho styled wedding but can also be decorated in a more contemporary way if desired.

The venue is a ‘dry-hire’ facility, meaning that you will have to source your own caterers and furniture – however the owners are able to recommend some of their own favourite vendors to make this task easier for you. There is a full kitchen and bathrooms on site.

Photography by SvenStudios

Venue Features

  • Max Capacity

    150-200
  • Accomodation

    None
  • Catering

    Third Party
  • Bar

    Third Party

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  • Child Friendly

    Yes

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  • Times Available

    9am-11:30pm

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  • Single Wedding Exclusive

    Yes

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  • Budget

    Low to Mid

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  • Marriage Equality Support

    Yes

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  • Wifi

    No

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