WEDDINGS, FUNCTIONS, CONFERENCES, RESTAURANT & ACCOMMODATION

Nestled on the edge of the majestic Sherbrooke Forest in the Dandenong Ranges hides an elegant National Trust listed Tudor style mansion named Marybrooke Manor.

Weddings, private and corporate functions and luxury accommodation are Marybrooke’s specialities. Being within an hour of the heart of Melbourne, we invite you to experience Marybrooke for yourself. We would be proud to welcome you. The team at Marybrooke understand it’s the little things that make your day unique. With years of experience in the hospitality industry Marybrooke can cater to your specific requirements with quality service.

Our Restaurant & Bar is open from 9am to 4pm Thursday & Friday and from 8am to 4pm on weekends for Breakfast & Lunch.  We are also open on Thursday evenings for wedding menu tastings (bookings are essential).

October 18, 2016 in News

Christmas Day is rapidly approaching!  

We are again hosting our sumptuous Christmas Buffet Lunch with all the trimmings – but we are FULLY BOOKED!  Nevertheless, click here for details and book early to make sure…

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October 18, 2016 in News

New Appartment

Now available for booking.  With three bedrooms able to sleep up to six guests and its own lounge and bathroom, it is the prefect accommodation for the bride and her bridesmaids…

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October 18, 2016 in News

Green Haven Cottage

Now available for additional accommodation.  It is a separate fully self-contained four bedroom cottage that sleeps up to 8 people with a deck, BBQ and billiard table. Breakfast can be…

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See Our Venue

Take a look at our stunning gardens and reception rooms

Functions

If you are planning a special occasion or event, let Marybrooke Manor make it one to remember!

High Tea

Marybrooke Manor is now offering traditional High Tea within the Manor every Sunday afternoon.

Restaurant

Our Restaurant & Bar is open Thursday to Sunday inclusive for breakfast & lunch.

Accommodation

Why drive home when you and your guests can stay  in Marybrooke’s four star rooms?