Wedding Venues Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains, with its World Heritage-listed wilderness, waterfalls, breathtaking views stretching to the hazy blue horizon, offers unique wedding venues from botanic gardens to quaint venues. Our WeddingHero team has selected the top ceremony and reception venues just for you to make your search quick and easy!

Melrose Park Mudgee

Blue Mountains

Melrose Park Mudgee

Melrose Park Mudgee is situated just 12 kilometres from Mudgee CBD and the iconic attractions beneath Mount Frome. This rustic venue was established in 1870 on 250 acres of property with sheep,...

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Hawkesbury Country Retreat

Blue Mountains

Hawkesbury Country Retreat

Hawkesbury Country Retreat is located some 45-60 minute-drive from Sydney CBD, on the Hawkesbury River banks. It is a rustic country-style venue situated on 20 acres with a breathtaking view of...

500-750

Ceremony capacity

$70-80

Min price (pp)

9 1
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Hawkesbury Function Centre

Blue Mountains

Hawkesbury Function Centre

Hawkesbury Function Centre is an ideal country setting wedding venue situated just 10-15 minutes from Penrith and less than five minutes to Richmond. It is the perfect place to celebrate your...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

$70-80

Min price (pp)

20
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Palais Royale Weddings

Blue Mountains

Palais Royale Weddings

Palais Royale is an Art décor wedding venue situated in the middle of the Blue Mountains, just some minutes walking to the well-known Three Sisters. This heritage-listed has been restored and...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

$80-100

Min price (pp)

7
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Cornwallis House

Blue Mountains

Cornwallis House

Cornwallis House is situated about 60 minutes from Sydney city centre. It is a grand two-storey built in a classic Queenslander style, located on Hawkesbury River banks. Cornwallis House offers...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

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Blueberry Hills on Comleroy

Blue Mountains

Blueberry Hills on Comleroy

Blueberry Hills on Comleroy is on a 14 acres property, situated just over 60 minutes drive from Sydney city centre between the Wollemi National Park and the base of the Blue Mountains. Blueberry...

80-100

Ceremony capacity

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Hermitage Hill Resort

Blue Mountains

Hermitage Hill Resort

Hermitage Hill Resort is situated just four and a half hours from Sydney. It is a Queen And style building built in the 1900s facing the Bell River Valley to the west and the Macquarie River...

200-250

Ceremony capacity

$0-50

Min price (pp)

17
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The Travelling Chapel

Blue Mountains

The Travelling Chapel

The Traveling Chapel is situated at 14435 Nickel Plate Road in Hocking Hills. The Traveling Chapel is a mobile wedding chapel established in 2005, ideal for old-style or modern-style weddings. It...

70-80

Ceremony capacity

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Rydges Mount Panorama Bathurst

Blue Mountains

Rydges Mount Panorama Bathurst

Rydges Mount Panorama Bathurst is a modern wedding venue situated underneath Mount Panorama, just some minutes from Bathurst CBD. It is a 4-star hotel offering an ideal space for your romantic...

400-500

Ceremony capacity

$100-120

Min price (pp)

20 1
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Orange Ex-Services Club

Blue Mountains

Orange Ex-Services Club

Orange Ex-Services Club is located right in the Orange CBD. It offers various affordable packages, including ceremony details, delicious reception dinners, and accommodation options that are well...

$0-50

Min price (pp)

16
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Glen Davis Boutique Hotel

Blue Mountains

Glen Davis Boutique Hotel

Glen Davis Boutique Hotel is an art deco estate situated in Australia Grand Canyon, the Capertee Valley at just 3 hours from Sydney. It is enclosed by a 500-metre escarpment and exceptional spring...

$250++

Min price (pp)

15
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Suzarosa Mountain Getaway

Blue Mountains

Suzarosa Mountain Getaway

Suzarosa Mountain Getaway is situated on an 8-acre property just 90 minutes from Sydney city centre in the Blue Mountains orchard region. Suzarosa is a mixture of an Australian ranch house,...

150-200

Ceremony capacity

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Hotel Gracelands

Blue Mountains

Hotel Gracelands

Hotel Gracelands is a boutique hotel situated at the foot of the Memorial Hill Lookout, away from Newell Highway’s noise, yet just a 5 minutes’ walk from Parkes town centre. Hotel Gracelands...

80-100

Ceremony capacity

11
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Silvermere

Blue Mountains

Silvermere

Silvermere is a country house situated just 5-10 minutes from Katoomba, New South Wales. The house was built in the 1920s and is surrounded by about 6000 sq.m of stunning gardens. Silvermere has...

60-70

Ceremony capacity

$80-100

Min price (pp)

20
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Fairmont Resort and Spa Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

Fairmont Resort and Spa Blue Mountains

Fairmont Restaurant & Spa Blue Mountains is just 90-minutes-drive west of Sydney. Established on the Jamison Valley in the world heritage-listed Blue Mountains, Fairmont Resort and Spa offers...

500-750

Ceremony capacity

$120-150

Min price (pp)

6 1
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Lithgow Golf Club

Blue Mountains

Lithgow Golf Club

Lithgow Golf Club is situated at Great Western Highway, Lithgow, NSW, Blue Mountains. Lithgow Clubhouse was once a grand home built in the 1850s before it was redesigned and renovated to what it...

$80-100

Min price (pp)

9
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Escarpments Estate

Katoomba

Escarpments Estate

Escarpments Estate is established on 57 acres of parkland, just 4 km from Three Sisters and only 10 minutes from Leura Village, at the top of the world-heritage listed Blue Mountains. Escarpments...

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Lochiel House

Hawkesbury Heights

Lochiel House

Lochiel House is initially known as Ivy Lodge. It is situated amidst the hills and orchards of the picturesque Kurrajong Heights, a small town in New South Wales, Australia, 79 km (49 mi)...

80-100

Ceremony capacity

$100-120

Min price (pp)

10
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BoxGrove

Blue Mountains

BoxGrove

BoxGrove is a farm situated just over two hours west of Sydney. It is a country-style wedding venue situated on 170 acres of family farm that overlooks Bathurst’s city. It offers various outdoor...

150-200

Ceremony capacity

$80-100

Min price (pp)

31
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The Retreat at Wisemans

Blue Mountains

The Retreat at Wisemans

The Retreat at Wisemans is situated on Hawkesbury River banks and the Dharug National Park Surroundings on almost 50 acres of manicured grounds. It is the perfect wedding venue offering...

150-200

Ceremony capacity

$80-100

Min price (pp)

15
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Getting married in the Blue Mountains? Here are some of the key points you need to know;

●Climbing to The Three Sisters' stunning peaks with your wedding party and following the walking tracks descending into the valley

●Capturing your spring wedding photos in the beautiful The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah

●Going for a wedding morning walk with your partner to see some of the famous spots in the Blue Mountains like Govetts Leap, Wentworth and Minnehaha Falls

●Indulging yourselves at one of the best day spas in the Blue Mountains before going to the ceremony venue

●Your wedding ceremony overlooking the charming mountains and lush forests

●Spending the day after your Blue Mountains wedding visiting the amazing town of Katoomba, which is packed with galleries, boutiques, antique stores, cafés, and excellent restaurants

What is the best time of year for a wedding in the Blue Mountains?

Deciding on a specific time of year for your Blue Mountains wedding will be one of the most important decisions you will make. It will affect pretty much everything from your venue and vendors to theme and dress.

According to the surveys and data, in-between seasons (Autumn and Spring) are the most popular times to get married, and the demand for Blue Mountains wedding venues is the highest in March and November. Couples typically choose to have an outdoor wedding in a wide array of modern and country venues. Barns, farms, wineries, botanic gardens, lake and forest venues are popular among couples who plan to have a small wedding with their beloveds. Also, estates are perfect for big gatherings with lots of out-of-town guests since they usually provide five-star accommodation. Finally, mountain weddings are trending among adventurous nature lovers.

If you want to avoid competition, consider having your most special day in April or December so you can still soak up a bit of that warm weather and find more affordable venues due to the low season. If you’re searching for a large wedding venue with accommodation, you can check elegant hotels and resorts. These kinds of facilities have several event spaces where you can have everything related to the affair, such as reception halls and restaurants.

There are many other function venues for winter celebrations as well. Old factories and warehouses are trending among couples looking for a quaint and industrial venue where they can have a vintage wedding. Moreover, many people who want to have a luxury wedding choose to hire a private property for the utmost exclusivity.

What are the popular wedding styles in the Blue Mountains?

You can find dozens of unique wedding venues in the Blue Mountains to which you can incorporate the theme on your mind. The most popular style is, not surprisingly, the country wedding in this mountain range with villages dotted with guesthouses, cliffs, gardens and waterfalls. Doesn’t it sound magical to have your wedding ceremony overlooking the stunning eucalyptus forests? Wineries, forest venues, estates, barns and farms are among the highly sought-after country style venues. This style usually incorporates rustic elements such as reclaimed wood, timber and unstructured wildflowers, and some portion of the event typically takes place in an outdoor venue. Most ceremonies are performed under a beautiful wedding arch or inside a marquee, and it is followed by a garden party reception.

Another theme is the ever-popular classic or traditional wedding. It includes the wedding cake cutting, first dance, toasts and bouquet toss. It's a quite formal occasion, and couples who opt for this style prefer ballgown style dress, tuxedos or suits. Ceremonies are often performed in a church, and they continue in nearby reception venues such as hotels, reception halls, resorts or private property venues. These large function venues are very experienced in hosting these kinds of big gatherings, and they often offer all-inclusive wedding packages with lots of services, from photography to flowers. They also have the best restaurants with world-renowned chefs and skilful staff.

One of the other highly favoured styles is the vintage wedding that typically takes place in industrial and quaint venues. It has references to the roaring Jazz age and Victoria era. Vintage wedding cars, unique venues, photo boots, Gatsby-Esque cocktail parties... Can it get better than this? As you can have an intimate wedding in a small and relatively cheap venue like an old mill, you can also choose to have a grand wedding in a luxury venue like historic castles and large manors.

Are there any major events in the Blue Mountains that we should consider when planning our wedding?

The Blue Mountains is a region that encompasses many towns and villages, each with its own local festivals and events throughout the year. The biggest annual events in this mountain range are Blue Mountains Folk Festival, Blue Mountains Folk Festival and Winter Magic Festival. Most of them usually take place in warm weather so, if you plan to have an alfresco celebration at the most beautiful outdoor venues such as botanic gardens, country-style barns and historic estates, take the dates of the events and school holidays into account when booking your Blue Mountains wedding venue. Reserve blocks of hotels as early as possible if you have many guests travelling for your big day.

Should we consider any wedding venue locations near the Blue Mountains?

If you’re searching for wedding venues in the Blue Mountains, it means that you prioritize natural beauties, scenic views, and five-star accommodation. Similar mountain range options near Sydney we love for a destination wedding are Southern Highlands and Central Coast. Hunter Valley, Yarra Valley and Barossa Valley also have the best wineries and wine estates if you plan to have a country wedding in a rustic venue with good food, top-notch wine and rolling hills view.

How much is a wedding venue in the Blue Mountains?

It’s hard to give an exact amount on costs of Blue Mountains wedding venues since it depends on the affordability of the venues you're choosing between. For instance, you can choose a grand and luxury venue, or you can select a location that is more budget-friendly.

The most important factor in your expenses is the number of guests. If you have a few guests, you can opt for a small and intimate wedding venue. Having a restaurant reception might work out for you perfectly and also, superb food, experienced staff and beautiful wedding decor is guaranteed. If you plan a celebration with a big crowd, you can choose among dozens of large and formal venues such as hotels, reception halls and many more. However, the cost will probably be higher since nearly all wedding facilities make their pricing per head.

How you want your big day to look and feel is also an important factor affecting your search for cheap wedding ceremony and reception venues. While some couples opt to build their wedding in venues from scratch by visiting vendors one by one, some choose all-inclusive wedding packages. Almost all venues such as country-style barns, farms and elegant reception halls offer these packages that include everything you could possibly need from catering to flowers and photography. As you can choose one of the readily available ones, you can also tailor them to your wishes. For example, if you’re planning a micro celebration, you can create your own small wedding package.

If you have tight schedules or a limited budget, you can find many all-inclusive elopement packages offered by relatively cheap venues. Last but not least, you can benefit from special offers by having a Blue Mountain wedding in the off-season.

How far in advance should you plan a wedding in the Blue Mountains?

Every couple and every Blue Mountain wedding is totally different. While some couples plan their wedding in two months, others work on it for almost two years. We recommend starting at least a year ahead and follow the simple guidelines by creating a checklist before starting.

Determine your budget and come up with a guest list. This is a crucial step that will save you so much time since your search for the ideal setting will be quicker and easier. For instance, you can book a grand and luxury venue, or if you’re looking for budget options, you can look for a small and affordable venue, and you can check elopement packages.

After that, book your officiant and vendors. Send invitations, arrange dress fittings and start planning your honeymoon. Take care of all the nooks and crannies, from the wedding cake to the DJ. Finalize all the details, smile and enjoy!

What questions should I ask when looking for a wedding venue in the Blue Mountains?

Once you’ve narrowed down your list of potential wedding venues in the Blue Mountains, it’s time to start asking questions. Start with asking about availability, capacity, and pricing. Find out if there's anything you need to know about the set-up, like lightning and decorations, noise and 3rd party vendors. Ask if you can have your wedding ceremony and reception there if desired. Continue with discussing the wedding packages, the down payment and what payment plans are available. If you plan to have an outdoor wedding, learn whether they have a rain backup plan. You can contribute to your budget by having your Blue Mountains wedding by booking it in the offseason or during a weekday.