Weddings at Lost in a Forest

Your own personal church for the happiest day of your life.

At Lost in a Forest we have taken great pride and joy in helping to design your special day of celebration.

With many options available from half day or full day, full book out or that special dinner, we can accommodate all possibilities. And let’s not forget, it’s a church! Get married at your own venue and continue to party the night away.

For more information simply fill out the form below and we’ll get back to you right away.

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A Pre-Authorisation (Pre-Auth) is an agreement between you and Lost in a Forest to secure your reservation.

To confirm your booking we require a credit card pre-authorisation (booking guarantee). Nothing will be debited from your card when making the booking, however, late cancellations (24 hours) & no shows will be charged a fee of $20 per person. This Pre-Authorisation is released when you arrive at Lost in a Forest for your reservation. This is not a deposit.

A link would be sent directly from the reservation diary via email and/or sms and will be active for 48 hours.

Please note, this is an automated system and cannot be reversed.

Please reach out to us at to chat through our private function options. Please advise if you are looking for a full venue book out function for a half day/night or a full day. Please include details such as the date, number of guests, any dietary requirements, number of children.

Half day functions are 12.00pm – 4.00pm or 5.00pm – 10.00pm

A full day function is 12.00pm – 10.00pm

Yes. If you book for 4pax and bring 5 Children, you actually require a booking for 9pax.

We are dog friendly to friendly dogs. This will be an outside reservation.

Your reservation will be held for 15 minutes – call 08 8390 3444 or send us an email at to give us an ETA on your arrival. As we are continually booked, your 90-minute sitting time inside the restaurant is affected by your late arrival.

Yes, we welcome it. Corkage is $20 per 750ml bottle of wine.

Cake is fun. We have a $10 cake charge per cake. If you require us to serve it up to you, that is also charged at $3 per person.

Yes, we cater for coeliac guests. Normal GF options can be ordered from the menu however if you are coeliac please check the Coeliac Pre-order box when making your reservation and in the notes section please state the GF pizza(s) you would like for your reservation.

If you are not familiar with our menu, please visit click here and select the GF pizza you would like us to prepare for you. 

While we offer gluten-free options, we are not a gluten-free kitchen. Cross-contamination could occur and we’re unable to guarantee that any item can be completely free of allergens. 

Bookings are essential if you do not want to miss out. We tend to book out several weeks in advance, sometimes months.

We would like to welcome all-comers to our beautiful spot in the hills. But if you’ve arrived without a booking we may not be able to seat you for that sitting. If it seems there are plenty of empty tables and benches available, rest assured these spots will be full at the next sitting as they were booked previously.

Indeed, our mezzanine accommodates up to 15 pax and has a minimum spend of $777 for a two-hour sitting.

It is a wonderful, private, warm and cosy area of the restaurant in the cooler months. We do not recommend the mezzanine in the warmer months of the year.

If you book ‘inside’, we can move you outside if there is space available.  If you book ‘outside’ and inside fills up with reservations, we cannot bring you inside for your reservation.

Our carpark is located off Elborough Avenue, Uraildla. Take a left onto Basket Range Road and left again onto Elborough Avenue.

Mobility Access Parking is located in the driveway of Lost in a Forest on Greenhill Road.

Yes, a 15% surcharge applies to public holidays for dine in guests, takeaways and functions.

A song lyric from ‘A Forest’ by The Cure.

St Stephen’s Anglican Church designed by the notable church architect W. K. Mallyon and was opened on 26 December 1892. The final service was held on 16 September 1967. It served as the Uraida Catholic Church from 1972 until 1974. In it’s most recent years before being a restaurant it was a residence with the mezzanine serving as the master bedroom.

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