6 Most Popular Wedding Venues In Sydney

Sydney is home to dozens of wedding venues, and many more have been added over the past few years. However, if you’re looking for a truly unique experience that’s perhaps more organic there are just a handful of venues that fit the bill in our experience. Below is our selection of venues in the city you might want to check out.

1. Sydney Opera House

It is the country’s most iconic landmark, and while it hosts several dozen weddings each year, it offers a spectacular experience. Reception and ceremony include Yallamundi Rooms, concert hall foyers, and Jørn Utzon designed Utzon Room.

The reception and ceremony areas have large, light-filled spaces with many glass windows. They offer dramatic views of the beautiful Sydney Harbour, making for some of the best wedding backdrops.

2. Luna Park Sydney

It is another iconic wedding destination, with views of the nearby Harbour front and the Opera House right across. The park boasts six reception venues and two very impressively laid-out waterfront ballrooms with views of the city.

Perhaps one of the best things about getting married in Luna Park is that you have the opportunity for wedding photos within the complex. Your experience can include a few rides on the giant Ferris Wheel and fun times with the bride on those whimsical bumper cars.

3. Estate Vaucluse House

Located within Sydney’s eastern suburbs, the Estate Vaucluse House is the grandest mansion in the city, dating back to the 1920s. It is surrounded by beautiful 10 hectares of Victorian-style gardens, offering an excellent backdrop for an outdoor wedding and lots of beautiful pictures.

The Estate Vaucluses House is an excellent venue for couples that enjoy old-world grandeur and would like to get a taste of it as part of their wedding celebrations.

4. White Barn Pokolbin

If you want a your wedding to be in the most beautiful setting, surrounded by picturesque views and lush greeneries of the Hunter Valley wine region and vineyards. Your wedding can be hosted on a large deck offering a picturesque view and photo ops across the vineyards, making it the ideal spot for a wedding.

White Barn offers a wide range of packages for your indoor or outdoor ceremony and  reception packages. Though weekends are more expensive than weekdays, you still get more bang for your buck at the venue.

5. Lakeside Lawn At Australian Botanic Gardens

The Australian Botanical Gardens is an excellent choice if you want a peaceful venue for a large wedding, maybe around 400 guests. The beautiful, large garden offers a waterfront setting dotted with large gumtrees. The trees are well taken care of, which means they offer shade and look good in photos. It is an excellent choice for outdoor summer ceremonies, with a large seating area for guests.

6. Paradise Botanical Gardens

Located on the beautiful Central Coast, Paradise Botanical Gardens is a hidden spot in the native bushlands surrounded by gardens and plant species and would be a perfect spot for your wedding ceremony in the Central Coast. The garden can be hired, along with a reception package and catering for a small wedding ceremony, usually around 50 guests.

Wedding photos and pre-reception drinks can be arranged gardens, where you get an expansive views. It is the perfect setting that offers the best of an intimate garden wedding with spectacular views.  

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