Picture your most important day spent celebrating at one of Tasmania's most historic venues.
The Agrarian Kitchen Eatery restaurant and grounds offer flexible outdoor ceremony and celebratory spaces as well as exceptional food from its two-hatted kitchen - the perfect accompaniment to your perfect wedding.
The Phasmida Room
The Eatery’s main dining room is called “The Phasmida Room” which was named after the two handmade “Phasmida” lights centred in the middle of the room by Melbourne artist, Christopher Boots.
“The Phasmida Room” boasts many original features including the 15-foot pressed metal ceiling, linoleum floor and is surrounded by large sash windows, which flood the room with natural light. It also features a large fireplace by “Les Cheminées Philippes” as a focal point.
The Long Room
As the name suggests, a long narrow room comprising of original Yorkshire sliding sash windows looking out onto the herb garden and lawn area. This room is flooded with natural light and full-length sheer curtains and is perfect for intimate wedding celebrations.