Queensland’s sunny capital city on the southeast coast, Brisbane is perfectly situated with proximity to beautiful beaches and islands as well as rolling hills, rainforests, and waterfalls. Brisbane wedding venues include five-star resorts, subtropical gardens, boutique hotels, modern wineries, and picturesque private estates. Weddings here tend to be elegant occasions whether they take place overlooking the ocean, vineyards, or the cityscape. Our team of Brisbane wedding venue scouts have sourced the best venues for your Brisbane wedding to bring you the top picks in the city and beyond.Venues Brisbane
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There are 58 Brisbane Wedding Venue suppliers from which to choose. Overall, they have an average rating of 4.9 out of 5. Couples usually enquire with 8 vendors in this category and book 18 months out from their wedding date, typically after an Engagement Venue and before a Wedding Planner. Wedding Venue suppliers charge between $2,000 and $17,000, averaging at $8,315. Across Australia, the average cost is $11,370. Given Australian weddings typically cost $25,820, this means Australian couples spend 45% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa is a 5-star hotel wedding venue on the Gold Coast. Elegant and chic, this stunning hotel offers plush accommodation, multiple ceremony and reception sites - including by a sparkling lagoon, a culinary team from around the globe, and all-inclusive luxury wedding packages. This venue also offers a wedding planner who can help bring your wedding vision to life.
Situated amongst 10 acres of rainforest, Coolibah Downs Private Estate in Queensland is a magical outdoor wedding venue that will have your guests talking for months. There are endless photo opportunities across its grounds, and a unique chapel on-site for a traditional ceremony. Your guests won't need to worry about getting home either, as there's luxury boutique accommodation available on-site.
If a wedding on one of Australia’s most iconic beaches followed by a reception in a 5-star hotel sounds like your idea of the perfect wedding, then Hilton Hotel Surfers Paradise might be your dream venue. This stylish hotel provides couples with elegant reception spaces, delicious catering, and accommodation with elevated ocean views, all a stone's throw away from some popular tourist attractions.
Inner city industrial meets eclectic beauty at the Mobile Barber Shop Depot. With exposed beams, gorgeous antique lounges & a little courtyard with skyline views, this Gold Coast gem is the ideal relaxed setting for your day!
The ultimate all-in-one venue that you will have all to yourself. Featuring Jacaranda Gardens, stunning photo locations, indoor and outdoor reception options, a professional planner and coordinator to assist every step of the way and so much more ?
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Our Complete Guide to Brisbane Wedding Venue Hire
Life in Brisbane largely revolves around being outdoors, which is no surprise for a city that boasts 300 days of sunshine a year. It’s no stress to plan an alfresco wedding that spans from day into night in this subtropical paradise. Brisbane wedding venues include modern luxury hotels in Fortitude Valley, refined private estates in the hinterland, and urban museums and galleries on the South Bank.
Here at Easy Weddings, our Venue Finders have visited the best Brisbane wedding venues, stretching from the city through the hinterland and down to Gold Coast.
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While Brisbane is known as a sunshine city, the summer months can be too hot and humid for some, bringing the occasional downpour of tropical rain. The most popular dates for a Brisbane wedding are usually in April and May, and July through November. Many couples select indoor wedding venues or spaces with an indoor option if they’re choosing a wedding date that’s less dependable and likely to bring rain, humidity, or extreme temperatures.What are the popular wedding styles in Brisbane?
Refined weddings with a theme of contemporary romance are just as popular as tropical beach weddings in and around Brisbane. Venues like Brisbane City Hall provide a stately backdrop for a formal urban wedding, while luxury hotels like The Calile Hotel, The W Brisbane, and Ovolo The Valley offer stylish accommodation options for your wedding guests. If you’d prefer to head out of the city, lush tropical garden wedding venues, picturesque private estates, and elegant winery wedding venues can be found throughout the Brisbane region.Are there any major events in Brisbane that we should consider when planning our wedding?
Sporting events like the Brisbane Racing Carnival, food and wine festivals like the Greek Paniyiri Festival in South Brisbane, and school holidays bring tourists throughout the year, particularly in the summer months. If you’re hoping to plan your Brisbane wedding during a quieter time of year, it may be worth discussing the best wedding dates directly with your venue. They’ll have a clear idea of what major Brisbane events will affect accommodation availability and travel costs for your wedding guests.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Brisbane?
Brisbane sits in the southeastern corner of the Queensland coast where it’s easy to drive to Gold Coast, Tweed Heads, Byron Bay, Sunshine Coast, or Noosa. If you’re hoping to extend your wedding venue search to include more options like five-star beachfront resorts in Byron Bay, modern mountain getaways overlooking the Gold Coast, or Noosa garden wedding venues right on the beach, you can easily expand your venue search to those regions.