is the driving force behind Simpson Lakes
A Space to Enjoy
There’s something magical about Simpson Lakes. Wilton’s known that all along. As a boy, he used to visit the property that was at that time a horse farm. Then one day it went on the market. The old stables still stood along with a stud barn and it got him thinking. What if it could be more?
That’s when he asked us to meet him there and from the moment our family stepped onto the property, we could see his vision . Like him, we fell in love with the hundred-year-old oaks and sprawling fields. It was pristine. It was special and we all agreed it needed to be shared.
In short, it was a place we wanted to gather. Whether it was family, friends or colleagues, this space shouted, “Let’s get together. Let’s make some memories. Let’s listen to music under the stars, dance between the lakes and celebrate life’s biggest moments.”
And just like that Simpson Lakes was born.
"Let’s get together. Let’s make some memories. Let’s listen to music under the stars, dance between the lakes and celebrate life’s biggest moments."
Once Upon a Time, There Was a Farm…
Simpson Lakes didn’t always look this way. The event hall was once stables and Honeymoon House was a stud barn before months of vision + renovations converged into the event venue it is today.
Just like in generations past, we expect crowds to once again fill these fields to celebrate. Except this time, it won’t be to welcome a new foal or toast a champion race horse. It will be to celebrate the people we hold dear. And we can’t imagine a better place to do it.