Ohariu Farm

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Pictures from our weddings at Ohariu Farm

Great events at Ohariu Farm Bride and groom at Ohariu farm in front of the hills

This venue located 20 minutes drive from Wellington City (through Karori) and 10 minutes from Johnsonville. The roads to the farm are narrow in places, so going via Johnsonville is the preferred route for me, as this is the shorter distance on the minor roads.

Wedding ceremony at Ohariu farm venue
Ben and Emma at Ohariu farm grounds.
The Ohariu farm gardens.
Magic moment between wedding couple at Ohariu farm.

This farm is a perfect countryside setting for wedding, being located in the lovely Ohariu valley. At the farm there is also access to some unique activities, like clay shooting and archery, should you decide on a longer stay at Ohariu.

On good days the wedding is normally held outside, with the guests looking towards the hills, having their backs to the venue. There are two rooms inside, so an indoor ceremony is possible for smaller groups.

Overnight accommodation onsite is limited, but a lovely cottage can be booked for the bridal couple, or other guests if required. This is also a lovely spot for pictures away from the rest of the guests.

Wedding couple at Old woolshed fence at Ohariu
Kiss at Ohariu farm wedding
Bride getting ready in the cottage at Ohariu farm.
Bride and groom at Ohariu farm wedding reception.
Groom smoking a cigar at Ohariu reception

There is also another garden by the old wool shed and is available to couples even if they don’t book the cottage. Complete with an old bench among the flowers and some nice stone steps through the rockery. The grounds are well maintained and make an ideal location for wedding photographs.

The old wool shed provides a different, more rustic look for your pictures and some old gates and fencing by a huge old tree can be beautiful backdrops when photographed correctly.

Ohariu Farm wedding venue pictures by Paul Michaels Photography.

Flowergirl at Ohariu reception fireplace
Wedding dance with David and Sheree
First dance at Ohariu reception
Cutting the cake at Ohariu farm