Hunter Valley wedding days are always spectacular events. This wedding venue on the outskirts of Broke is a gorgeous old property with amazing views of the valley, the nearby wineries and brokenback mountain range. Right from the minute you turn onto Adams Peak Road you know this place is special. There are multiple options onsite for your wedding ceremony and wedding reception. Main features include The Barn, The Hay Shed, The Lawn, The Hill and The Secret Tree (with each being the perfect spot for a wedding celebration).
The rest of the grounds are very picturesque, with a number of great photo locations in the paddocks, by the dam or under the secret tree. I also know of a gorgeous location a short drive away which makes the most of the vast and beautiful landscape of Broke.
This is the perfect location for a destination wedding and one big party with your family and friends. It’s easy to access, has onsite accommodation, has lots of charm and each aspect of it is open and inviting for both yourselves and your wedding guests. I instantly fell in love with Adam’s Peak and it has to be one of my favourite wedding venues in all of the Hunter Valley.
About Adam’s Peak Country Estate
Can we have our wedding ceremony here?
Yes! There are multiple wedding ceremony options onsite including The Lawn and under the Secret Tree. The wet weather option (or Plan B) is indoors in The Hay Shed.
Can we have our wedding reception here?
Yes! You can choose between The Barn or The Hayshed for your wedding reception. This is also a BYO venue where you hire additional bar staff to handle the bar areas and service of alcohol.
What is the address?
66 Adams Peak Rd, Broke, New South Wales, 2330, Australia
Adams Peak is located near the town of Broke in the Hunter Valley of NSW. From Sydney, it is approximately a 2 hour-15 minute drive. From Newcastle it is approximately a 1 hour-15 minute drive. From Pokolbin it is approximately a 30 minute drive.
How many guests can we have?
Up to 120 seated in The Barn and 160 seated in The Hay Shed.
How much does a wedding cost here?
Pricing starts at $14,000 for a weekend and $10,000 for midweek bookings. There is however a lot included in this pricing! For full wedding package details and inclusions, it is best to contact the venue for full and up to date details.
What accommodation options are in the area?
The property can sleep up to 24 people in The House and The Cabin. There are also a plethora of accommodation options in the Broke area.
Is there parking on site?
Yes, there is plenty of parking available on site for guests who choose to drive to the venue.
Is this an exclusive venue?
Yes, you have complete and exclusive use of the entire wedding venue during your booking period. This is important as it means you have complete privacy for your entire stay.
Adam’s Peak Country Estate Wedding Photos
Why I Recommend Adam’s Peak Weddings
A gorgeous property in a beautiful part of the world. It’s so easy to see why this is such a sought after wedding venue. The design of the property and the way they deliver weddings has been extremely well thought out by the wonderful owner Karyn. She is marvellous at running Adam’s Peak and is a delight to work with. She oversees everything and makes sure everything is just perfect for your big day.
My favourite space on the property is the rustic barn. It is cozy and intimate and perfect for a beautiful rustic reception. As the night wears on and the party kicks off the space transforms as the dance floor kicks off outside on the verandah.
You can never get tired of the views at Adam’s Peak either, especially as the afternoon light hits the valley and the mountain range. The bridal photo locations onsite are beautiful, as are some other locations which are easy to access nearby (such as a vineyard and an olive grove).
Adam’s Peak Wedding Tips
- Every season is beautiful in the Hunter Valley. I love autumn through the most where you have the warm days and the cool nights, especially great weather for a wedding day!
- If you would like to get married in a church, there are limited options in the Broke area. So make sure you check them out and book them early so you don’t have to travel too far for the wedding ceremony.
- The best time of the day for wedding photography is as the sun starts to set. Therefore, it’s always best to build sunset photos into the timeline when doing your wedding planning.
- Whilst there are lots of accommodation options in the area, things book out fast. Make sure you give yourself and your guests enough time to get accommodation organised when you are considering your wedding date.
- There are lots of bus services in the area that can pickup/drop off your guests. This is a great way to make sure everyone enjoys the party and takes away all the stress of transport.
- There are some amazing wedding vendors (such as florists, caterers and wedding celebrants) that service the area. You can check out my Newcastle & Hunter Valley wedding vendor page here –
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As you can tell, I’m a big fan of weddings in the Hunter Valley area (click to see my reviews of other venues in the region). If you are planning on having your wedding at Adams Peak, then I would love to be involved.