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Regional Venue - Newtown House

Regional Venue - Newtown House

The original homestead of the Abbey family, Newtown House is a picturesque historical 1851 estate and restaurant that’s high on charm.

In the winter, roaring log fires bring comfort and warmth while balmy summer days lend themselves perfectly to alfresco dining and drinking on the expansive lawns and in the well-kept gardens.

Regardless of what time of year it is, Newtown House is also the perfect venue to host a big event. Weddings are a specialty, from an intimate gathering of 45 close friends to an en-masse celebration for 300. Marquees can also be set up on the grounds with space for up to 300 guests.

Hailed consistently over the years as one of the region’s best, the restaurant is staffed by talented chefs who work closely alongside organisers to create the right menu for any event. While the restaurant is the best place to enjoy the cooking of these talented chefs, off-site catering can also be organised.

Newtown House is also home to four charming queen-sized rooms in the nearby guesthouse, making it an ideal all-in-one function venue.

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Where | Newtown House is two-and-a-half hours south of Perth in Busselton, the gateway to the Margaret River wine region.
Numbers | The company can cater for 300 guests at a sit-down wedding, either
off-site or on-site, using marquee facilities. The restaurant is available for intimate weddings for 45 guests at a sit-down event or up to 80 cocktail-style.
Food | The menu features modern Australian cuisine made from fresh regional produce. Standout local ingredients you’ll find in the kitchen’s larder include marron, farm-fresh asparagus, Margaret River venison and local olive oil. Buffets, set menus, cocktail food, banquets and on- and off-site catering are available.
Drink | As a BYO venue, Newtown House allows hosts to organise their favourite wines.

Address  737 Bussell Highway, Busselton
Phone  (08) 9755 4485
Email  newtown@compwest.net.au
Web  www.newtownhouse.com.au

 

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