It's the one day you're guaranteed to remember for the rest of your life, so it makes sense to celebrate that day somewhere extra special. Bells at Killcare is such a place.
Bells at Killcare is a secluded coastal retreat, perfect for stylish boutique weddings. A relaxed yet romantic and sophisticated ambiance flows through the property from the gorgeous, classic Hamptons style cottages to the authentic regional restaurant and day spa.
Only 90 minutes drive north of Sydney and situated on the idyllic Bouddi Peninsula, the property is surrounded by untouched National Park, many secluded beaches and pristine bays. Perfect for the complete destination wedding.
The established and ever-beautiful grounds provide the perfect backdrop for a delightful garden ceremony. The Conservatory is a purpose built event room which can hold 120 people for a sit down event or up to 220 people for a cocktail style event. This space is bathed with natural light, which flows through the large white sash timber windows and boasts views of the gardens and swimming pool. It has a bar and deck that opens out onto the main lawn area and, at the east end concertina bi-fold doors lead to a private outdoor courtyard.
The professional team of event planners ensure everything runs smoothly from the first moments of the ceremony to the food and wine service at the reception.
The menu on offer at The Conservatory takes its lead from the adjoining world class destination restaurant. Cuisine on offer retains its core tenets of simplicity and sustainability, with all menus tailored to suit guests particular likes and tastes.
Bells at Killcare offer 25 designer cottages with three Two Bedroom Cottages available for families. Each cottage has been beautifully decorated in classic Hamptons blue and white style with whitewash shutters, Ralph Lauren furnishings and luxurious bathrooms.
Lunchtime weddings are especially popular, with the sunshine bathing the lawns and gardens in a golden glow.
The retreat boasts over 30 awards and accolades since opening in 2007.