Wedding Venues NSW

From affordable country wedding venues to mansions and private property hire, we’ve compiled all the best wedding venues in NSW. Check out the venues for your special day, view their services, photos and reviews. Don’t forget to obtain price quotes from your favourites!

Australian Museum

Darlinghurst

Australian Museum

The Australian Museum is arguably the most historic and iconic venues a couple can choose to marry. It won’t be like other traditional or even modern wedding experiences. Instead, this venue will...

300-400

Ceremony capacity

$120-150

Min price (pp)

6
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The Pavilion at Lowe

Blue Mountains

The Pavilion at Lowe

The Pavilion at Lowe is a unique custom designed event marquee set on the Lowe Estate. It is situated in Eurunderee, NSW and is a two-and-a-half-hour drive from the Blue Mountains. It overlooks...

$100-120

Min price (pp)

15
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Red Rattlers

Lismore

Red Rattlers

Contemporary weddings are not just about choosing the most expensive destination or an exclusive resort. The ideas have changed. And The Red Rattlers demonstrates one such unique wedding venue...

100-120

Ceremony capacity

6
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Avondale Golf Club

North Ryde

Avondale Golf Club

Surrounded by lush greens and featuring vast manicured lawns, Avondale Golf Club makes an ideal wedding venue. Their professionally trained team has experience in intricately organizing wedding...

150-200

Ceremony capacity

$100-120

Min price (pp)

16 1
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Laurieton United Services Club

Port Macquarie

Laurieton United Services Club

Laurieton United Services Club combines mesmerising scenery with an exciting estate surrounded by surging greens and lovely Camden Haven River. It is one of the most remarkable settings in the...

400-500

Ceremony capacity

$50-60

Min price (pp)

6
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Glenworth Valley Weddings

Gosford

Glenworth Valley Weddings

Glenworth Valley is a stunning wilderness wedding venue on a 3 000-acre wilderness property nestled between Newcastle and Sydney. Its prime location on the magnificent Central Coast offers...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

$80-100

Min price (pp)

21
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Cottage Point Inn

Cottage Point

Cottage Point Inn

Cottage Point Inn wedding venue is located on the edge of Hawkesbury River in Ku-ring-gai National Park. It's certainly one of the gorgeous locations to get married. With mesmerizing views of the...

17
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Apollo International Hotel

Newcastle

Apollo International Hotel

Apollo International Hotel is a stunning hotel located on 290 Pacific Highway, Newcastle, New South Wales. You will drive 35 minutes from the airport. Built-in quite an environment with a...

120-150

Ceremony capacity

$0-50

Min price (pp)

17
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Fitzroy Inn Historic House

Southern Highlands

Fitzroy Inn Historic House

Fitzroy Inn Historic House is a cocktail and ceremony wedding venue that is located in Peats Ridge of the NSW Central Coast. The 5 acres tranquil garden new and stunning venue is a 1-hour 30...

$150-200

Min price (pp)

22
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Foxglove Spires Gardens

Sydney

Foxglove Spires Gardens

Foxglove Spires Gardens located in Corkhill Drive, Central Tilba Tilba Valley, New South Wales. It's a stunning accommodation and wedding place that lay on five acres of gardens full of lofty...

5
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Eat Your Greens

Sydney

Eat Your Greens

For couples wishing to say “ I do “ in a garden wedding setting, Eat Your Greens is the place. It is located centrally with a picturesque setting and offers some cuisine options with its team of...

120-150

Ceremony capacity

25
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Ovolo Woolloomooloo

Woolloomooloo

Ovolo Woolloomooloo

Take your romantic reception to the next level by choosing a venue that connects you with the most famous spots in Sydney. Ovolo Woolloomooloo Sydney is a unique and modern venue that is perfect...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

$150-200

Min price (pp)

17
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Royal Randwick Racecourse

Sydney

Royal Randwick Racecourse

Royal Randwick Weddings is located in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, and it is a minute distance from the airport and the city. They offer a unique and sophisticated canvas for you to shape your...

750+

Ceremony capacity

$120-150

Min price (pp)

19
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The Sydney Observatory

Millers Point

The Sydney Observatory

If you like the concept of having a historical themed wedding, then check out The Sydney Observatory. Built-in 1858, the venue has become one of the most popular choices among couples. This...

150-200

Ceremony capacity

$120-150

Min price (pp)

8
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Port Orient

Pyrmont

Port Orient

Bringing all the finest elements of Asian dining to the fore, Port Orient Entertainment restaurant and Bar Lounge, is redefining fine dining. And in the process, it is presenting itself as a...

$50-60

Min price (pp)

4
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Ecco Ristorante

Drummoyne

Ecco Ristorante

Since 1994 Ecco Ristorante with its magnificent waterfront has been a Drummoyne prime wedding venue. With the stunning Sydney Harbour backdrop, it specializes in Italian cuisine combined with...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

$120-150

Min price (pp)

6
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Raes On Wategos

Lismore

Raes On Wategos

Raes on Wategos wedding venue is one of the most tranquil wedding locations located near Byron Bay. Its perfect settings and secluded ambience make it one of the most chirpy locations to get...

50-60

Ceremony capacity

4
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Bella Fonte

Casula

Bella Fonte

Bella Fonte Events Centre is the perfect location for a wedding ceremony and reception as it is snuggly in the middle of the Hunts Hotel Liverpool. The address is the crossroads of the M7 and the...

0-50

Ceremony capacity

23
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Evanslea

Blue Mountains

Evanslea

Evanslea is a luxury boutique and function venue situated just some minutes from Mudgee CBD and three kilometres from Mudgee Railway Station. Evanslea is established on 9 acres of property, among...

250-300

Ceremony capacity

17
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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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What are the popular wedding styles in NSW?

Any wedding style that comes to mind can be brought to life thanks to the many wedding venues in NSW that are available. All you have to think about is what elements speak to you as a couple and start searching for the ideal wedding location in NSW. Let’s take a look at what most couples choose for their big day!

Rustic Wedding NSW

String lights, lace, twine, mason jars, and wood elements contribute to this theme's casual and cosy feel. You can apply this style to one of the beautiful rustic wedding venues in NSW, such as farm wedding venues, wedding estates, vineyards, wineries and outside beneath a marquee or tree. The most popular wedding location in NSW for rustic-themed weddings is Hunter Valley. There are more than 120 wineries, gourmet restaurants, spa retreats, and vineyards here. We recommend checking wedding venues in Hunter Valley if you plan to have a laid-back wedding in the country.

Beach Wedding NSW

There's no wonder why beach celebrations are so popular in NSW due to the many spectacular coastal cities. If you want to tie the knot by the deep blue water, take a look at wedding venues in South Coast, Newcastle and Central Coast. We promise you won't be disappointed by the beauty of the ocean views while the sun sets slowly. The majority of beach weddings include a ceremony at a beach wedding venue and a reception at a nearby location. This nearby location may be one of the waterfront wedding venues, such as restaurants or banquet rooms.

Country Wedding NSW

As the name states, a country wedding takes place in the countryside and is generally themed to match the surroundings. There are many rural wedding locations in Northern NSW where you can have a beautiful laid back celebration. Orange region is one of the most popular locations where you can find plenty of country wedding venues such as barns, sheds or homesteads.You can also check the pretty towns of Sydney. One of the wedding venues in Camden and Windsor might be the one you're looking for! Also, you can consider the Blue Mountains and Tamworth for an unforgettable country experience.

Garden or Outdoor Wedding NSW

With stunning national parks, camping areas, mountain trails and views, New South Wales is probably one of the best locations for an alfresco celebration. Would you want to have an unconventional celebration at a garden venue, a forest wedding in a woodland setting, or a small and affordable wedding with your beloved on private property? For unique wedding venues, you can consider the beautiful rural town Berry, which is famous for its stunning gardens and trees. Richmond also offers fantastic outdoor wedding venues, such as magnificent parks and trails.

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

New South Wales has a subtropical climate all year, with warm semi-tropical summers, especially in the lower central areas, and mild winters. Most weddings take place in early fall and spring in NSW. In springtime, the outdoors comes alive with balmy weather and lush greenery. It's a perfect time for a beach and garden wedding. In the autumnal season, from March to May, the weather is pleasant and gentle. This is the perfect time for a rustic wedding in the country. Can you think of a better backdrop than the leaves changing their colour? However, rainfall is also more common during this season, so you should have a rain backup plan if you're considering having a garden wedding.

How much is a wedding venue in NSW?

It's hard to give an exact amount on the prices of wedding venues in NSW since several factors affect it. The first one is the season you plan to have your wedding. In peak seasons, wedding venues are pricier due to the high demand. If you get married in off-peak seasons, such as winter, you can find relatively cheap and affordable wedding venues. The second factor is the number of your guests. By having a small wedding, you can find more venues to hold your celebration at affordable rates, from restaurants to art galleries. You can also consider BYO wedding venues to cut more on the expenses.

The third factor is the services you want to include on your wedding day. As you can build your most special day from scratch by visiting various vendors one by one to your liking, you can also check wedding packages provided by the venue. We recommend going with all-inclusive packages since they often include everything you could possibly need, from wedding photographers and cake cutting to flowers and catering.

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

From the legendary Tamworth Country Music Festival to gourmet festivals in the wine regions, New South Wales provides a magnificent selection of events throughout the year. Splashy Mardi Gras in Sydney, Wine Festival on the Central Coast, Oktoberfest in Hunter Valley and Yours and Owls Festival in Wollongong are just a few of many. Tourism mostly swells in June, January, and September in New South Wales. So, if you’ll have many wedding guests travelling to the region that’ll need hotel bookings and transportation during your wedding weekend, we recommend checking the local calendar and consulting your NSW wedding venue before selecting your wedding date.

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

Every couple and every wedding is totally unique. Some couples plan their wedding in nearly 1.5 years, while some do it in less than four months. However, experts recommend starting the process at least one year ahead since there are some guidelines that need to be followed. You should start by determining your overall budget and come up with a guest list. Then set the time and date. By doing that, you won't lose any precious time of yours and find the best wedding venue in NSW.

After that, if you desire, book a wedding planner. Then, you should hire vendors for your various needs, from wedding catering to flowers and photography, if you don't consider choosing a readily available wedding package provided by the venue. In the meantime, find your outfits, attend dress fittings and send your invitations. If you plan to have a honeymoon abroad, take care of visas and flight tickets. Finalize all the details, and you're good to go!

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

When you've found one or two NSW wedding venues that you like, make sure you ask the necessary questions to make sure it's the appropriate fit. First, go over the essentials. Verify that the location is available on your selected wedding date and that it can accommodate your guests. After that, ask about wedding packages. If you already have providers in mind, like a photographer or a caterer, check with the venue to see if they are allowed. (Some venues insist that you use their employees or select from a contracted vendor list.)

Other things to think about are whether or not there will be another event in the venue on the same day or during your event and how early you can get there. Is there a payment plan in place, and when is the first payment due? You and your partner will be in a better position to assess if this is the correct venue for you once you've got answers to these questions.