Brisbane Wedding Venues

With its subtropical climate, clear blue skies, famous coastline, and gorgeous country getaways, Brisbane wedding venues include fantastic gardens, beautiful rustic farms, unique industrial venues, and many more. Our WeddingHero team has selected them just for you to plan your special day easily.

Stamford Plaza Brisbane
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Stamford Plaza Brisbane with a river drop and exquisite spaces provides the ideal romantic setting for wedding ceremonies and reception. The venue combines a classic style with the finest tastes....

Ceremony capacity
200-250
Min price (pp)
$100-$120
The Sebel Brisbane
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The Sebel Brisbane

Brisbane (CBD)

The Sebel Brisbane, situated in the heart of the Central Business District Brisbane, is near the city’s historic churches and Botanic Gardens. This wedding venue is meant for the couple who are...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Min price (pp)
$80-$100
North Lakes Hotel
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North Lakes Hotel is a premier wedding venue by the water's edge located in the tranquil and picturesque Lake Eden. This wedding venue is a mere 30 minutes drive from the Brisbane Airport,...

Min price (pp)
$80-$100
Mary Mae’s Bar & Kitchen
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At Brisbane River’s edge lies Mary Mae’s Bar & Kitchen, just next to the New Farm Park, which is a famous wedding ceremony venue. This restaurant offers a unique space for riverside venues with...

Ceremony capacity
120-150
Min price (pp)
$80-$100
Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron
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Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron is one of the stunning locations for your wedding ceremony and location. This place is more than just a sailing club- but a venue that has its unique heritage and...

Ceremony capacity
250-300
Alchemy Restaurant and Bar
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Alchemy is an award-winning restaurant with panoramic views of the Brisbane River and the Story Bridge. This restaurant is a recipient of the Best Brisbane River Front Restaurant, among many...

Jimbour
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Jimbour

Jimboomba

Jimbour Weddings is a countryside estate and wedding venue in outback Australia in Darling Downs which is 238 km northwest from Brisbane. From intimate receptions some of which is dining in a...

Ceremony capacity
400-500
Min price (pp)
$50-$60
Acacia Ridge Hotel
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The Acacia Ridge Hotel is an all-purpose hotel that can cater to any event and wedding. Located in South Brisbane, just 15 minutes from the Central Business District, Acacia Ridge Hotel offers a...

Ceremony capacity
400-500
Min price (pp)
$60-$80
Hampton Estate Wines
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At Tamborine Mountain surrounded by the Gold Coast Hinterlands lies Hampton Estate Wines, which is 45 minutes drive from Brisbane. This versatile wedding and events venue offers the ideal blend of...

Ceremony capacity
120-150
Min price (pp)
$60-$70
Stokehouse Q
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Stokehouse Q

South Brisbane

StokehouseQ, located on the Brisbane Riverfront, is one of the finest restaurants in the area. With views of the river and the city as its backdrop, Stokehouse Q offers various types of delicious...

Ceremony capacity
80-100
Villa Botanica - Whitsundays
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Spread across 5 acres of lush gardens with views of Pioneer bay, Villa Botanica - Whitsundays is a waterfront wedding venue that is close to Airlie beach. Couples who want to have a romantic...

Ceremony capacity
80-100
Min price (pp)
$150-$200
The Woolshed at Jondaryan
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The Woolshed at Jondaryan is a heritage-listed shearing shed situated right in the heart of Darling Downs. It is set among a stunning country background featuring the heritage-listed Woolshed and...

Ceremony capacity
500-750
Min price (pp)
$0-$50
Harrigan’s Calypso Bay
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Situated at Moreton Bay’s waterfront in Queensland is the Harrigan’s Calypso Bay in the Calypso Bay Marina Village. This wedding venue offers beautiful waterfronts and picturesque marina and bay...

Ceremony capacity
750+
Min price (pp)
$80-$100
Spicers Peak Lodge
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Spicers Peak Lodge

Brisbane (CBD)

Spicers Peak Lodge, situated 1100 metres above sea level, is one of the luxurious and awarded wedding venues in Australia. The venue rests atop a plateau with stunning architecture and décor by...

Ceremony capacity
70-80
Min price (pp)
$150-$200
Indooroopilly Golf Club
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Indooroopilly Golf Club is situated along the Brisbane River. With its spacious ballrooms along with manicured gardens, this secluded venue with a dedicated event team helps to make dream weddings...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Min price (pp)
$120-$150
The Landing at Dockside
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If you are on the lookout for an award-winning wedding venue with views of the Dockside Marina and Brisbane River, then The Landing at Dockside is where your search ends. Its function centre and...

Ceremony capacity
500-750
Min price (pp)
$100-$120
Spicers Hidden Vale
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Amid lush bushland and rolling hills lies the Spicers Hidden Vale set on 12,000 acres. Recipient of multiple awards at the Queensland Tourism Awards and HOSTPLUS Restaurant & Catering Awards, this...

Ceremony capacity
100-120
Min price (pp)
$200-$250
The Glen Hotel and Suites
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The Glen Hotel and Suites

Eight Mile Plains

The Glen Hotel and Suites is situated just 15 minutes from Brisbane's Central Business District. It is a 4-star wedding venue that provides you with some of the best romantic backdrops for that...

Ceremony capacity
250-300
Min price (pp)
$60-$70
Bavarian Wedding Gardens
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Bavarian Wedding Gardens, provided by Bavarian Grill Haus, is a fantastic wedding venue offering breathtaking views of the Hinterland and a charming atmosphere. This unique wedding venue is the...

Coolibah Downs Private Estate
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Coolibah Downs Private Estate situated in Queensland is spread across a 10-acre rainforest, which makes the ideal outdoor wedding venue. It has a sizeable old-style chapel along with manicured...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Min price (pp)
$120-$150

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

●Launch into your wedding weekend with an incredible dining experience alongside the Brisbane River

●Take terrific wedding photos at Kangaroo Point, The Botanic Gardens at Mt Coot-tha National Park and Old Government House

●Cuddle a cute koala at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to blow off steam before your most special day

●Have a morning walk with your partner at the beautiful South Bank as happy newlyweds

Wedding Venues in Brisbane

Brisbane wedding venues come in every type, every style, for every size and budget. The city provides so many options that you will find yourself lost between the choices from the garden to farm, rustic to industrial, large to cheap, backyard to forest venues.

Different Wedding Venue Types in Brisbane

To make your special day unforgettable for everyone, Brisbane offers inspirational wedding reception and ceremony venues of every type. You can find many outdoor facilities, warehouses, wedding halls or hire private residences and many more with all-inclusive wedding packages in the capital city of Queensland situated around the magnificent Brisbane River.

Brisbane Garden Wedding Venues

Garden weddings are a huge favourite among excited couples. Garden wedding venues in Brisbane include country views with lush grounds, lovely marquees, and unique photography opportunities. Moreover, there is a high demand for romantic rainforest weddings within wildlife reserves, the vast array of tropical plants, and idyllic water features. The most popular ones are situated mainly in little towns, 20-25 minutes drive from the Brisbane city centre, such as Brookfield, Enoggera Reservoir, Burbank, Indooroopilly and many more. You can also hire a private garden to have a spectacular backyard wedding and decorate it entirely to your taste.

Barn Wedding Venues

Brisbane barn wedding venues set amongst outstanding gardens with their elegant old-world charms, chesterfield couches, wooden barn doors, colossal iron chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, large antique pools, rustic style withhold wooden wine barrels, and many more. Popular locations for barn hire are located in the suburbs of Brisbane, mainly in Coorparoo, surrounded by Mount Coot-Tha, Ocean View, and St. Lucia.

Brisbane Wedding Chapels and Churches

If you think that there is something special about having a traditional wedding in a church or chapel, Brisbane has lots to offer. When choosing a place of worship for your special day, you will need to consider the architecture, location, cost, and religion. Most of the wedding churches and chapels in Brisbane are 19th-century heritage-listed buildings exhibiting Gothic architecture with stained glass windows, lofty domed ceilings, pointed arches, and ribbed vaults. It is crucial to book to date as far ahead as possible since many of them will schedule weddings up to a year in advance.

Engagement Party and Wedding Locations in Brisbane

Brisbane offers fantastic and vast options of wedding ceremony locations with the perfect climate for outdoor weddings, for it’s a subtropical paradise, blessed with amazing, warm sunshine throughout the year. The most favoured areas to have an engagement party and say 'I do' are situated at every part of the city; west end, southside, and along the Brisbane River. The most preferred ones are New Farm Park, Roma Street Parkland, The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha, Newstead Park, Kangaroo Point, and Colmslie Beach Reserve. You can find lots of large, rustic gardens, backyards, barns, forest venues, and many more in these locations. Most ceremony and reception venues are peaceful, serene, mostly private, and allow BYO.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need some help with your special day or got a burning question that you need to be answered pronto? Just check the most frequently asked questions about Brisbane weddings below to find the answer.

What are the popular wedding styles in Brisbane?

It is no surprise that the most trendy wedding style is rustic in Brisbane for its parklands and many suburbs situated on large hills. Rustic, country vibe barn and garden venues offer a perfect backdrop for your special day any time of the year, from snow-covered peaks and landscapes in the winter to sunny summer days. Combining a farmhouse or homestead with vintage elements such as burlap, wooden logs, mason jars, and wine barrels, you can have an outstanding venue.

The other popular style in which vintage elements can also be used is industrial weddings. You can use empty warehouses and give a new life to once neglected or abandoned spaces. Adding crystal-clear acrylic or lucite elements, geometric patterns, monochromatic florals, galvanized metal furniture, and many more will turn the facility into a gritty and glamorous space.

Moreover, if you are looking for a unique and individual facility tailored to your needs, Brisbane boutique venues are the right choice for you. With the onsite accommodation provided by these facilities, you can escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. As a decor, you can use fairytale chandeliers, starlit ceilings, lanterns, honeycombs, flower frames, and many more. However, these are not the only wedding styles in Brisbane. Lots of other types, from traditional to contemporary, Asian to Jewish, eco-friendly to alternative, and many more, can also be found throughout the city.

How much is a wedding venue in Brisbane?

Brisbane offers ceremony and reception venues of every size and for every budget. To finalize your budget, put together a full list of all your requirements and costs. If you want a small, intimate wedding, the price of the venue will be lower since you will have fewer guests. On the contrary, it will be higher for large, luxurious receptions. Moreover, you can find many self-catering facilities around the city, which affects the price of the venue significantly for the food will be provided by you. Also, there are lots of BYO wedding venues in Brisbane. If you want to serve your alcohol to your taste and have a little monetary relief, do not forget to check them!

Are there any major events in Brisbane that we should consider when planning our wedding?

Brisbane hosts many significant events throughout the year. The most popular of them are Greek Paniyiri Festival, Brisbane Racing Carnival, Brisbane Festival, and International Film Festival. In the times of these and many other events, many tourists come to visit this beautiful city. Moreover, with school holidays, the streets of the city overflow with crowds. So, if you want your Brisbane wedding to be tranquil and serene, plan your wedding according to the events, or you can confer with the venue.

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

The most popular months in Brisbane for weddings are March, September, October, and November since, in these months, the temperatures are the mildest. Along with the warm breezy air, these months also offer incredible light for photos and then a vast array of colours while nature transforms itself. However, winter and summer months can be perfect too since tastes differ. If you want to have a cozy wedding with blankets and mulled wines, winter ceremonies are perfect for you. Also, your guests can wear suits or jackets comfortably. If you want to have a longer reception time to enjoy balmy evenings in outdoor venues such as rustic gardens, barns, and backyards, marrying in summer is ideal.

How to find budget-friendly venues in Brisbane?

First of all, if you want a budget wedding, take into account that there's a high demand for Brisbane wedding venues in spring and autumn. So, choosing a date in other seasons will cost lower compared to popular months. Second, you should get married on weekdays and have a morning reception to minimize your expenses. Also, start searching for a facility as early as possible since reserving the facility early will make you earn various discounts. Prices of the venues at Brisbane CBD are usually higher, so going to suburbs and to considering non-traditional facilities might be another option to get better deals. Last but not least, the type of wedding packages such as small or all-inclusive and whether you want extra services except the ones in the wedding package or not will change your expenses significantly.

Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Brisbane

Suburbs of Brisbane offer unusual and unique venues far from the city chaos. They include gardens with picturesque lakes, both contemporary and local cuisine, local wines, outstanding heritage-listed facilities, and many more. Spectacular photo opportunities are guaranteed to make your special day memorable. Popular suburb destinations are Ipswich, Leichhardt, Kangaroo Point, Balmoral, Woolshed, and Cedar Creek. Moreover, these locations can be used for your engagement party as well, a perfect weekend away with your loved ones.

How far in advance should you plan a wedding in Brisbane?

Couples plan their weddings in approximately 12 months on average. However, the right timeline for you depends on several factors. Having busy careers, your finances, personal preferences, and wedding vision will play a significant role in your wedding planning. The sooner, the better!

What questions should I ask when looking for a wedding venue in Brisbane?

Starting with general questions then proceeding with the details is always a good idea since you won’t lose any time if the venue isn’t a match. Start with the questions related to availability and pricing. Continue with payment, vendor team, logistics and event specifics. Then comes the food, drinks, and production staff. Keep close touch with the event planner to make sure that everything goes smoothly as you’ve planned.

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