Barossa Valley Weddings

  by Adelaide Wedding Photographer Luke Simon Mel and Sam's Bungaree Station wedding was an unreal way to cap off a Summer. Located a little way North of Clare, Bungaree Station is run by the 4th and 5th generations of the original settlers of the land, the Hawker family. At one stage many years ago, it was the headquarters of an extensive property running 100,000 merino sheep and became more of a small village, with its sandstone Homestead, Woolshed, Shearers’ Quarters, Station Store, Manager’s House, District Council Chambers, staff cottages and a Church. Aside from...

Jess and Trent's Barossa Valley Wedding certainly was action packed. Not only was it steeped in family history, amazing wines that were older than me, unreal food and a great party, but it also came with a 'once every 50 year storm'. This storm was flooding most of South Australia, in places washing cars down streets. It was pretty hectic. It forced a change in the reception marquee location to flatter and dryer grounds at the last minute and we had to make a mad dash to beat the rain to...

Recently we were invited to spend a weekend at Chateau Yaldara Weddings discovering how it might differ from other Barossa Valley Wedding Venues. Our take on this revamped slice of Barossa Valley history is what follows. In my 10 years photographing weddings in the Barossa Valley I had never heard of Chateau Yaldara. This little gem had slipped under the radar, how could that be ? Untouched for decades it was recently purchased by some fellas who like their wine so much they thought they'd just buy a whole estate. They've investing millions to...

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