Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Emu Bottom Homestead has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Emu Bottom Homestead is an attraction whose historical significance makes it one of the premier destinations in the historic suburb of Sunbury.
Located 40kms north-west of Melbourne, Emu Bottom Homestead was built around 1836 and is the oldest existing farmhouse in Victoria. Constructed of stone and mud, the homestead consists of a large building and several outbuildings. It had once been occupied by George Evans, one of the early founders and settlers of Sunbury.
Emu Bottom Homestead Sunbury, Wedding Price & Accommodation
For weddings, there are a number of options including the beautiful Woolshed, Homestead or Homestead Lawn. The Woolshed can seat up to 140 people and offers a rustic and historic appearance. The Homestead can seat up to 120 people and has a large verandah and views of the lawn. The Homestead Lawn is popular for the ceremony for those who want an outdoor wedding.
Emu Bottom Homestead is also popular for corporate functions and team building gatherings. Emu Bottom can also prepare special tasting nights or dinners under the stars. With is natural scenic location, Emu Bottom is the perfect location for your next event.
Sunbury is well serviced on the train network with train services regularly running from the Melbourne CBD to the Sunbury station. Trips take around 45 minutes each way. A taxi will be required to get from the Sunbury Station to the Emu Bottom Homestead, as it is located 5kms out of town.