Victoria Wedding Venues

Are you on the hunt for your dream wedding venue in Victoria? Lucky for you because we’ve gathered all the best Victoria wedding venues! Compare them, learn about their services, check their availability, and receive price quotes from the ones you like from where you are!

Emu Bottom Homestead
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Epicurean Emu Bottom or the Emu Bottom Homestead wedding venue is one of the most ancient venues in Victoria. It was established in 1836 and had a beautiful location of Macedon Ranges with a...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
The National Golf Club
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The National Golf Club wedding venue is a venue with unique guest policies and a world-class golf course with exclusive rankings in entire Australia. The clubhouse is equipped with top-notch...

Min price (pp)
$150-$200
The Watering Hole Tavern
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The Watering Hole Tavern is established in the green and lush Dandenong ranges. It is a family-owned establishment passionate about creating your dream wedding. It offers affordable function...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Min price (pp)
$0-$50
Amongst The Sticks Restaurant Catering
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Amongst The Sticks Restaurant and Catering are there to meet your taste in wedding style, whatever it is large or intimate, traditional or contemporary. Found at one of their alternative venues,...

Ceremony capacity
300-400
Min price (pp)
$0-$50
Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne
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Radisson is a modern hotel complex that comprises lovely views of the park and sophisticated facilities. It is conveniently located at the Melbourne CBD, which makes it ideal for Melbourne's...

The Views
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The Views

Port Melbourne

The Views is a beachfront event venue in Port Melbourne that is 20 minutes away from Melbourne’s CBD. It offers ample natural light through the tall floor to ceiling windows. These overlook the...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Paradise Valley Hotel
12
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Paradise Valley Hotel has a long history in the area since opening its doors in 1903. In the middle of 2019, it changed ownership and now under the management of three men passionate about...

Ceremony capacity
120-150
Butlers Lane Vineyard
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Butlers Lane Vineyard is a private parkland located one hour from Melbourne, with 40 acres in the heart of picturesque Glen Lyon. The property structures a huge function space, lake, château plus...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Collingwood Children's Farm
12
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Situated at the Birraung Banks and only four kilometres away from Melbourne CBD, Collingwood Children’s Farm is a rustic venue. This establishment dates back to 1979, and their grounds have since...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Tara Rise
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Tara Rise

Yarra Valley

In the Yarra Ranges foothills, Tara Rise is 68 minutes from Melbourne settled within historic 100-year-old grounds. The Guest House has a fantastic atmosphere with its green surrounding. The...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Mewburn Park Homestead
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1

Spread over 400 acres of beautiful land, the Mewburn Park Homestead is a stunning wedding location that offers you a calm and serene wedding. Located in Melbourne CBD’s east, The Mewburn Park...

Ceremony capacity
150-200
Min price (pp)
$100-$120
The Manningham Hotel
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The Manningham hotel is nestled away in the Eastern Suburbs and a 10-minute drive away from Melbourne’s CBD. The venue is quite remarkable and can easily be distinguished from other nearby hotels...

Ceremony capacity
250-300
Min price (pp)
$0-$50
Dine Divine
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Dine Divine

Yarra Valley

As an original 1902 church, Dine Divine in Sassafras, Victoria, offers a picturesque location. Just 43 km east of Melbourne's central business district, the township of Sassafras is small and...

Ceremony capacity
120-150
Min price (pp)
$0-$50
Hotel Bellinzona
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Hotel Bellinzona is a historic and boutique venue situated just 60 minutes from Melbourne and only 5 kilometres from Wombat Hill Botanic Garden. This boutique hotel has been in existence since...

Ceremony capacity
200-250
Min price (pp)
$100-$120
Peppers The Sands Torquay
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Peppers The Sands Torquay is situated just 2.1 miles from Torquay and about an hour from Melbourne. It features a world-class championship golf course designed by Australian Open winner Stuart...

Ceremony capacity
300-400
Min price (pp)
$80-$100
Barunah Plains Station
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Barunah Plains Station is located at 4484 Hamilton Hwy, Hesse, Victoria, Australia. The venue is the oldest location in the Banurah plains, and the homestead was built in 1886. The platform has...

Playroom
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Playroom

Melbourne

The Playroom is an inner-city warehouse industrial space that has hosted numerous functions and events over the years. This venue was opened in 2012, and during this time, it has been the face of...

The Westend Market Hotel
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The Westend Market Hotel, which has been built in 1842, is located just 5 minutes from the old town and 10 minutes from the Palais des Congres and the airport. This hotel is a 4-star hotel, fully...

Ceremony capacity
750+
Red Spice QV
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Red Spice QV

Melbourne

Red Spice QV has a range of function spaces that are perfect for any corporate event, dining, and other private parties. This stunning venue is situated in a unique location at Artemis Lane in...

Mantra Lorne
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1

Situated near the Great Ocean road Mantra Lorne is one of Australia’s most sought after beach destination. It is part of the rich history of the Lorne and surrounding areas as it was built around...

Min price (pp)
$0-$50

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What types of wedding venues can I find in Victoria?

Melbourne, Australia's culinary, cultural, and sports-loving metropolis, offers plenty of fantastic wedding venues for every couple and budget. But better yet, many other unique wedding venues are all just a short drive away. So whatever direction you turn in Victoria, you'll find an unusual wedding venue with different features, from mountain views to cool-climate wines and small penguins.

Barn and Farm Weddings Victoria

Barn wedding venues are popular for a reason: the country feeling they exude hard to resist. In Victoria, you’ll find unique landscapes bursting with colour, culture and natural beauty. From farm wedding venues to homesteads, this southeastern state has every kind of country wedding venue. The beautiful Yarra Valley, Dandenong Ranges, Daylesford, Horsham and Bellarine Peninsula are the most popular locations for a barn wedding. The wedding venues in these locations are waiting to be discovered and offer stunning backgrounds for your most special day.

Winery Weddings Victoria

Victoria proudly produces some of the world’s best wines. This means that there are some breathtakingly beautiful wine regions all across this beautiful state, suitable for a fantastic winery wedding. Yarra Valley is world-renowned for its top-notch wineries! You can have a magical celebration in winery wedding venues, vineyards, or estates if you're searching for a wedding venue with accommodation. Suppose you plan to have a traditional ceremony. In that case, you can check various wedding chapels in the region and continue your wedding reception in one of these rustic wedding venues in Victoria.

Beach Weddings Victoria

A beach wedding is a fantastic idea for surf-and-sand-loving couples, and luckily, Victoria has many stunning coasts to tie the knot. You can find unique beach wedding venues in Melbourne, Docklands, St Kilda, Brighton, Sorrento and Geelong. These locations are also perfect for pop up weddings with smaller crowds. If you worry about unfavourable weather conditions such as rain or humidity, you can check indoor waterfront venues with an air conditioner. You can also have an outdoor, lakeside wedding in the country. In that case, you can check the wedding venues in Moama, Kergunyah, Daylesford, Boneo and Woodend.

Garden Weddings Victoria

Are you looking to host your ceremony, cocktails, reception, after party or all of the above outdoors in a beautiful garden wedding venue in Victoria? Be ready to get lost among dozens of options. You can have a small forest wedding in a beautiful camping wedding venue with your loved ones or have a fancy golf course wedding. Let’s not forget stunning Victoria parks as well. One of your other options might be private property wedding hire or houses to rent for weddings. Wedding ceremony under the marquee and reception at vast gardens, can it get more beautiful than that? Lastly, for the ultimate, unforgettable experience, don’t forget to check bush wedding venues in Victoria.

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

Victoria enjoys warm summers, glorious springs, mild autumns and crisp winters. The majority of the Victoria weddings take place from March to May and September to November. The spring is a perfect time for a magical beach or garden wedding. You can have a rustic fairytale wedding in one of the beautiful rustic wedding venues like barns, wineries, farms, or homesteads in the autumnal season. You can also consider having a forest wedding while the big trees changing colours create the perfect backdrop for your celebration. Take the weather into mind, and don't forget to have a rain backup plan!

How much is a wedding venue in Victoria?

Wedding venues in Victoria are aplenty, from most luxurious to affordable, and you'll surely find the best fit for you. However, before starting your hunt, several factors are affecting the price you should know. The first is the season. If you have limited finances or spend your money on other things for your married life, marrying in the off-season will save you lots of money. Since there's a high demand for Victoria wedding venues in summer, spring and early fall, you can consider hosting your most special day in winter or late fall. In this way, your chances to find relatively cheap wedding venues will increase, and you'll get amazing discounts and deals.

The second factor is the number of your guests. With a smaller guest list, you can have your wedding in almost any place you want. Some of the small wedding venues you can consider might be restaurants, wineries, art galleries or even zoos. You can also check elopement packages for the most intimate wedding with a few family members and a couple of friends.

The third factor affecting the price is the services you want to include in your gathering. As you can build your wedding from scratch by visiting vendors one by one, you can also consider choosing a wedding package provided by the venues. We recommend the latter since it will save you from lots of legwork and you'll have time more for the most exciting things, such as your outfits and honeymoon! These wedding packages are customisable and include everything you could possibly need, from catering and wedding flowers to videography and photography. To have the ultimate budget wedding, you can choose a venue that allows for BYO and self-catering.

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

Victoria hosts many major events throughout the year. A few Victoria events to have on your radar when selecting a wedding date are the Australian Open and Grand Prix in Melbourne, Festival of Sails and The Australian International Airshow in Geelong, Winter Grazing Food and Wine Festival on the Central Coast. You should also take Yarra Valley Food and Wine Festival, the Yarra Valley Wine Show, and A Day on the Green Summer Festival into mind if you're planning to have a magnificent winery wedding in this region. We recommend checking the local calendar and consulting your wedding venue about whether there will be any challenges booking blocks of hotels for your guests or transportation for the wedding date you set.

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

No amount of time couples spend planning their most special day is truly the same. While some couples plan every little detail thoroughly by themselves, some hire a wedding planner to take care of every need. Like snowflakes, every wedding is unique. However, we recommend getting to it at least one year ahead since some common guidelines you need to follow. First, you should start with setting the time and date, coming up with your guest list and determining your budget. Then, you should find your Victoria wedding venue and book your vendors. Next, decide on your outfits, send your invitations and start planning your honeymoon, especially if you need visas. Take care of all the nooks and crannies, and you're good to go!

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

After narrowing down your list of wedding venues in Victoria, take some time to visit them in person to get a better sense of what they have to offer. Ask about venue availability on your preferred date(s), total capacity, and wedding package options while you're there. If you're planning on hiring outside wedding vendors, be sure you're aware of any limitations. For example, some Victoria wedding venues have preferred vendors who you are required to book for things like catering, flowers, music, and the wedding cake, among other things.

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 policy, and when is the first payment due? You and your partner will be in a better position to decide if this is the ideal venue for you once you've found answers to some of these questions.

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