GLEN EWIN ESTATE

43 Lower Hermitage Rd, Lower Hermitage SA 5131 --- South Australia

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    WEDDINGS

    Nestled in the rolling Adelaide Hills, our beautiful, heritage-listed property, Glen Ewin Estate is one of South Australia's most iconic wedding locations. At Glen Ewin your wedding will be hosted in a breathtaking garden setting, overlooking one of our many lakes. The mature trees, fig orchard and sandstone buildings create the idyllic backdrop for your special day. 

     

    You are unique, our personal and tailored approach removes the worry, allowing you to relax and enjoy the process of arranging your wedding day. From small intimate dinners to large sit-down receptions, the Glen Ewin Estate wedding planners have the experience and creativity to realise your perfect event anywhere on our property. Be it in one of our historic buildings or utilising one of the outdoor spaces, our flexible packages can be carefully crafted to cater to individual needs. 

    ​We know the joy celebrations bring to people’s lives and ensure every detail is taken care of with our step by step guide to planning your wedding. We make it our mission to keep our knowledge and advice up-to-date to provide you a truly authentic experience. We look forward to welcoming you to the property.

    1843

    In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

    Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

     

    1850

    In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

    Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

    1900

    In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

    Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

     

    1990

    In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

    Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

    In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

    Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

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Room Information

  • The Pulpshed
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The Pulpshed

  • The 177 year old Pulpshed is a large rustic venue. Located in the valley of the property and nestled among old stone buildings, lawns, woodlands, and a large lake.

    The Pulpshed is a truly breathtaking setting for your wedding. 

  • The Gatehouse
  • Guest Capacity: N/A
  • Room Cost: Contact us

The Gatehouse

  • The Gatehouse is a recent addition to the estate, located in the top valley of the property, with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The room has large glass doors leading out to the deck overlooking the lake.

Business Location

43 Lower Hermitage Rd, Lower Hermitage SA 5131

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Marc Bennier

Dec,03 2020 01:23
Delightful setting. Friendly service. Tasty food.
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