A rustic barnyard constructed from 100 year old timbers, railway sleepers, hand crafted wrought iron, and old Swan Valley Rocks.
Enchanted Gardens and hidden creeks.
A century old Sugar Gum Tree, and stained glass windows from the 1800's.
A place to gather.
Chapel Farm Estate has two stunning venues to choose from.
Chapel Farm, est. 1905 was a working farm for over 90 years.
Shaded by our century-old Sugar Gum and amongst the surrounds of flame trees, Japanese Elms, and the original old homestead, timbers and rocks from the early 1900's, this venue is the ultimate rustic affair. A courtyard, lake, waterfall and cellar seating area are available, all with views of our farm animals. pastures and the Perth Hills.
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Estate at Chapel Farm was bought by the Walker Family in 2021.
Originally Jane Brook Estate on the property next door to Chapel Farm, the newly named Estate at Chapel Farm is our brand new, yet equally as charming event space.
On the banks of the brook that flows through the center of our property, nestled between our vineyards, and built from the bones of the original winery founded in the early 1900's, we have repurposed recycled materials to encapsulate the history of the estate- including one of the original fermentation tanks.
The Church Barn at Chapel Farm Estate can facilitate seated events of up to 300 guests. Built using salvaged, collected and procured materials including stained glass windows from the 1800's, it is home to our Brewery, Distillery and our Winery showcasing premium West Australian produce.
WORD ON THE STREET
"My son held his 50th birthday celebrations at your venue. On arrival we were greeted by Katie who was very helpful getting the cake put into the cool room until it was required. Both Katie and Gabrielle were on hand all evening to assist us whenever we needed them. AJ was also super helpful running around all night setting up a marque and extra lighting, including an area for the band to set up. Due to the inclement weather we were extremely happy with the way they handled the event. Please pass our congratulations on to all staff concerned."
~Dorothy & Lindsay