Iris Park, a Mornington Peninsula garden wedding ceremony venue, is characterised by peace and tranquility. Your guests can enjoy the ambience of our extensive parklands as they stroll along vast stretches of rolling lawns that are bathed in sunshine, or linger in the dappled shade provided by towering gums.
Venturing further into the property, visitors can appreciate the contrasting foliage of elms, ashes, oaks, pines, maples, birches and spruce trees that extend their branches over grassed walkways. Significant exotic trees within the grounds include American chestnut, gleditsia, scarlet oak, golden elm, tulip tree, cedar trees, ghost maple, robinia, Lombardi poplar and weeping cherry. These complement the numerous tall indigenous trees that include iron bark, lemon-scented gums, Western Australian flowering gums, stringy barks and spotted gums as well as large callistemons.
A selection of rustic garden seats offers resting places for those who wish to contemplate the splendour of the park-like environment.
Stands of swamp paperbarks combine with wattles, manna gums, stringy barks and indigenous grasses to create a local bushland setting on the banks of an arm of Warringine Creek.