Anlaby

Anlaby Station is a historical homestead , with open days from time to time. Tours, B&B, shop, functions, weddings are all available. For nore info, go to anlaby.com.au

OPEN GARDEN

Join us for a wonderful weekend when we open the gates of our extensive gardens to the public.  With 10 acres to wander you will be able to immerse yourself into some of Australia’s wonderful history, Anlaby Station being the oldest Merino sheep stud on mainland Australia it is full of history!
For next open day, go to anlaby.com.au/open-garden

Manor House B&B

Immerse yourself in the history of Anlaby and its gardens while you stay in the Manor House.

If you would like to immerse yourself in the history of Anlaby and wander the gardens at your leisure you can stay in the Manor House.  This is a two story building that was once the Manager’s and Accountant’s Offices, and has been converted into self contained Bed and Breakfast accommodation. There are three bedrooms upstairs, with a kitchen, bathroom and very comfortable sitting room downstairs.

WEDDINGS AND FUNCTIONS
Wedding Couple on steps of Anlaby

Bride & Groom on the Steps of the Historic Anlaby Homestead

Bride pauses at Anlaby's Stable Doors

Anlaby is a unique and special place and is available to hire for weddings.

The perfect place to exchange wedding vows is under the Chinese Elm on the front garden terrace, with the sound of the fountain in the background.

Drinks and canapés are served on the Colonnade. This black and white marble tiled terrace has an elevated view of the front garden, fountain and folly. Guests can wander the garden terraces, and rose garden – and see the Peacock Aviary – with a glass of champagne.

The Clydesdale Pavilion is the location for your reception. This magnificent stone building, with corrugated iron roof and brick floor, once housed 24 working Clydesdales. It is now a fantastic function space.

We can assist you with all your planning, catering, event themes, flowers, photographer and much more.

SHEEP STUD

Anlaby is the home of the oldest Merino Stud in South Australia

When visiting Anlaby Station you are bound to see some of our merino sheep as they graze in the open plains or perhaps the wooded areas.

Our Anlaby Throw is the first of our merino wool product range woven exclusively from wool shorn from the Anlaby flock and is provided with a numbered certificate of authenticity.  It is an Australian product made possible by over 170 years of commitment to the Australian Merino Wool Industry by successive stud masters and managers of the Anlaby Stud: a unique part of Australia’s rich rural heritage.

The Anlaby Throw has been manufactured using the minimum processing possible to retain the natural color and softness of the wool.  Traces of vegetable matter inherent in all free range fibres bear testament to our commitment to using only the most natural production processes.

The Anlaby Throw Rugs are available through the .

At Anlaby Station you have the opportunity to admire the flock that make the latest generation of the Oldest Merino Stud in South Australia.