The ballroom situated amongst the formal gardens and the historic trees overlooks the Grand swimming pool providing the perfect backdrop on those warm summer nights.
Reminiscent of a Monet Painting, Meadowbank is situated on 3 acres of exquisite formal gardens. On the premises are heritage-listed trees and when combined with the manicured lawns, they provide the most romantic of settings for your special day.
The newly built ballroom, situated amongst the formal gardens and the historic trees overlook the grand, fully tiled swimming pool - these provide the perfect backdrop on balmy summer evenings. The open plan ballroom seats 130 guests for formal dinners or up to 250 guests for cocktail events.
The Manor House on Meadowbank Estate is of historical importance due to its association with the prominent citizen Alexander Gibb; a Scottish immigrant who successfully farmed the lands of Broadmeadows and became an example of a model farmer.
Alexander Gibb, born in 1811 in Perthshire, Scotland was a carpenter by trade who was able to take up a pre-emptive right on the property in 1848. Meadowbank is significant as a testament to the endeavours of Alexander Gibb and as the embodiment of the aspirations of a pioneering and successful colonist.
So, if you visualise yourself in Classic Outdoor Wedding Photographs, on a Historical Site which also has stylish modern conveniences carefully blended in, Meadowbank will pull at your heart-strings. Arrange a visit via our functions manager so that we can show you around.