Slow down and smell the roses at Hazelwood Estate
In the every increasing pace of today’s world, we rarely taking the time to slow down, take a breath, smell the roses and enjoy time with family, friends and loved ones. Hazelwood Estate, a horse and cattle farm, sits at one of the highest elevations in the rural hinterland location of Lamington Plateau, Beechmont with views across the beautiful rolling hills to the pacific ocean and a short drive form Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Hazelwood Estate, once operated as one of the original dairy farms, has been the labour of love for the Northcott family for nearly a decade, slowly planting thousands of trees and plants and building the beautiful farm accommodation which is open to guests to share this unique rural hinterland location high up in Beechmont near the New South Wales and Queensland Border and Numinbah Valley.
For those planning their perfect rural hinterland wedding, “The Paddock Restaurant” by Hazelwood is set as the main destination and function centre within the estate, in the centre of the 20 individual farm cabins and pavilions and a short walk from the Day Spa where the bridal party can retreat to pamper themselves before the ceremony.
Let the team at Hazelwood Estate take care of everything, from our international chef designing a menu that is unique and specific for your wedding guests using the freshest local ingredients unique to the Scenic Rim and Beechmont area for both your pre wedding events in the day(s) before and of course your big day or our retreat manager, assisting your guests with their accommodation. Hazelwood Estate allows you to enjoy your special day, experience a truly unique farm destination wedding with your friends and family staying with you through this beautiful time.
The natural beauty, peaceful rural hinterland atmosphere of this special horse and cattle farm is something to experience. So on your next romantic weekend away with that special someone or for a wedding or event, slow down and smell the roses at Hazelwood Estate in Beechmont.