The Institute is hired for occasions such as Weddings, both for the reception and also for the ceremony whether it be inside or outside in the lovely gardens.

Other popular choices for the hire of the One Tree Hill Institute are Engagements, Special Birthdays including Children’s Parties, Reunions, Group Meetings and Funerals.

Children’s Birthdays are popular with the little ones. The well maintained sheltered playground is fully enclosed which ensures that children don’t wander off. There is also plenty of room inside for games and of course to have food.

The Institutes gardens are well maintained and are ideal for group photos for Weddings, Birthdays or any other occasion.

The halls are hired out on a regular basis for private functions and a variety of Community Gatherings including the Market that is held on the 1st Saturday of each month.

The Institute has been beautifully maintained over the years, the building consists of two main halls featuring lovely timber floors, wrought iron candelabras in the main hall and seating for approximately 200 people. Tables and chairs are supplied for functions.

The fully equipped kitchen is very spacious with a commercial oven, microwave, pie warmer, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and plenty of bench space for food preparation.

The main hall boasts it’s own very well equipped bar area with servery, double glass door fridge and it’s own washing up facilities. There is a fully equipped Audio Visual system (with PA) which is compatible with computers and MP3 players. A microphone is available upon request.

Modern internal rest rooms that have recently been updated are available along with a disability toilet and baby change room facilities.\ Off street parking is available.

One Tree Hill is nestled in the hills above Elizabeth/Craigmore, Gawler is close as is Tea Tree Gully. Adelaide is approximately 32kms to the south and Gawler is 12kms to the north. The population of One Tree Hill is approximately 1200 people and the town still has a lovely village feel to it….

The name One Tree Hill derives from a single large gum tree that was situated 3kms from the centre of town near the original One Tree Hill Inn. The tree was burnt down in 1890 and 5 trees were planted around the old tree to commemorate the location. These 5 trees can been seen today on the corner of Walter Road and Black Top Road.

The One Tree Hill Institute offers competitive rates, please ring or email to view the Institute.

One Tree Hill Progress Associaton Grapevine

Each month our association produces the Grapevine, the current issue and some older ones are available below. If you would like more past issues please email the One Tree Hill Grapevine Organisations, businesses or individuals may place pictorial or classified adverts in the Grapevine by downloading and completing the 2019 Grapevine Application form and then returning it to