Old Broadwater Farm is an iconic South West Wedding venue located
on a private family estate just minutes from the Busselton CBD.
With its timeless design and perfectly manicured gardens Old Broadwater farm is the
ideal spot to say ‘I do’ for those drawn to classic spaces and enduring elegance.

Photo by Paris Hawken

Photo by Paris Hawken

Picturesque Grounds

There is no need to go off-site for photos when you have numerous locations right here at Old Broadwater Farm. From the Barn and Swing to the Homestead and manicured gardens – photo opportunities are endless!


BYO Beverages

Old Broadwater Farm allows you to self cater your beverages with no corkage fee, which enables you to save money in this area. Our caterer Supper Rd provides the food and beverage service staff for the day.


Experienced Wedding Coordinators

Our Venue Manager Bree Higgins and Wedding Coordinators Bree Shine and Emma Bridge are here to assist you throughout the planning process and most importantly here to coordinate everything on the big day to ensure every detail is just how you imagined.


Luxury Marquee

With silk lined ceilings, reverse cycle air conditioners, integrated state of the art sound system and 2 in-built dance floors to choose from, our luxury marquee is hard to beat for your wedding reception.

Old Broadwater Farm



Early settler Alfred Bussell was said to have built the Old Broadwater Farm homestead in the early 1800s, from limestone found onsite and from local timbers milled by his successful pioneering family. Alfred married Ellen Heppingstone in 1850 and the newlyweds lived at Broadwater from 1851 to 1857, working the farm and adding their own loving touches to the property.

This hardworking young Bussell couple must have had hard work and resilience in their genes. They eventually moved on to build Margaret River’s historic Ellensbrook and Wallcliffe House properties. The Bussells also had six sons and eight daughters — one of whom was Grace Bussell who, at the age of 16, was involved in the dramatic beach rescue of survivors from the shipwrecked S.S. Georgette.

But that’s only part of the story… Old Broadwater Farm is now in the careful hands of the Packard-Hair family who, for three generations, have lovingly restored the homestead and kept its doors open. The Packard-Hair family is pleased to invite you to come and create your own special memories and connections at this truly beautiful place.