Just a couple of hours from Sydney, the Blue Mountains landscape of eucalyptus forests, sandstone cliffs, and misty waterfalls is unlike any other. Blue Mountains wedding venues are scattered throughout the region and include luxury resorts, mountainside lodges, countryside retreats, rustic farms, and more. Whether you’re looking for a place to host your relaxed destination wedding in the Australian bush or want to create an intimate wedding atmosphere with a mountain backdrop, we have the perfect Blue Mountains wedding venue for you.Venues Penrith / Blue Mountains
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There are 27 Penrith / Blue Mountains 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 $3,200 and $20,000, averaging at $9,455. Across Australia, the average cost is $13,375. Given Australian weddings typically cost $104,005, this means Australian couples spend 13% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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Located on 35 acres of undisturbed bushland in the quaint village of Berambing, Chapel Hill Retreat overlooks the bewitching Blue Mountains. Choose from the Chapel with its captivating stained glass windows, the Cathedral with a lake backdrop, arbour ceremonies in the Lawn’s expansive grounds or the desirable function room with its cosy fireplace, arresting chandeliers and generous sized verandah.
The ultimate DIY wedding venue, situated amongst 800 acres of picturesque countryside, Waldara Farm is the perfect blank canvas for your luxury rustic wedding day. This stunning working farm offers fully equipped kitchens, stunning views, and on-site accommodation.
Sat on the banks of the beautiful Hawkesbury River, enjoy the impressive waterfront & mountain views surrounding the 20 acres all-inclusive Hawkesbury Country Retreat. The wedding venue benefits from many memorable photo opportunities: amongst the orange & fruit orchard, under the 7,000 fairy lights outdoor archway, against the large fire pit, at sunset on the river or in the walk-in bird aviary.
Oozing relaxed country glamour with the wondrous Blue Mountains backdrop, 5 minutes from Richmond, celebrate your wedding day away from city life at the Hawkesbury Function Centre. After hosting your nuptials in the garden gazebo & a first-class catered indoor wedding reception in the stunning wide-open space, groove the night away in the large sunken dancefloor, complete with lighting effects.
Suitable for weddings of up to 350 guests, host your wedding day in the scenic and historical setting of Allview Escape Blackheath, a unique wedding venue nestled in the dramatic vistas of the Blue Mountains. You’ll find incomparable natural surroundings and extraordinary photo opportunities; 20 acres of private bushland, pristinely landscaped grounds and sweeping views of the Grose Valley.
Snuggled amongst bushland & minutes from the nearby National Park, say “I Do” in the foothills of the Blue Mountains at the unique African-inspired Spicers Sangoma Retreat. Cloaked by natural serenity, this all-inclusive retreat aptly-named, Sangoma – an African Zulu word for ‘healing’, offers luxe ambience & gourmet food in a sumptuous, tranquil setting with fantastic bush & city skyline views.
Situated on the banks on the Hawkesbury River, burrowed in the orange groves within the rural setting of the Hawkesbury region, a gorgeous wedding venue built in traditional Queenslander style awaits your big day. Experience the charm of the secluded two-storey Cornwallis House where features include French doors that open out to the wraparound verandah, offering enchanting 360 views of the river.
Located on nearly 50 acres of manicured grounds on the banks of the Hawkesbury River and the tranquil surrounds of the Dharug National Park with beautiful sunset photo opportunities, the award-winning Retreat at Wisemans is an exclusive wedding venue that only hosts one wedding per day. Host a lavish celebration in The Riverbed Restaurant, the silk-lined marquee or in the smaller sized marquee.
1000m above sea level with sublime horticultural displays & panoramic views, dreamy ceremony & reception areas reside at The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden. Say your nuptials under the majestic Nepalese Alder tree at Wedding Tree Terrace, the romantic 17th century-styled European Formal Garden or in a sandy enclave before a waterfall at The Beach before dancing the night away in the Waratah Room.
Skirted by a picturesque lake at the foot of the breathtaking Blue Mountains & surrounded by 8 hectares of perfectly manicured gardens, Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley is the perfect wedding location. Choose from four reception rooms featuring beautifully adorned high ceilings, exposed rafters & a fabulous wooden deck, an outdoor wedding ceremony on the lawn or in their impressive private chapel.
Set against a backdrop of meticulously landscaped grounds, pristine mountain views, iconic heritage buildings & fashioned from 200 acres of virgin bushland in 1865, the historic Hawkesbury Race Club offers a range of charming reception venues, all of which are totally unique. Choose from the glass front track-side function centre, modern grandstand bar or the courtyard amongst the horse stalls.
Down a quiet country in the fruit orchard region of the Blue Mountains, the exclusive 8-acre Suzarosa Mountain Getaway is the ultimate wedding destination. Perched on a ridge, with views to forever over the ravines of the Wollemi National Park & accommodation for up to 13, this spacious & refined yet warm & cosy countryside wedding venue boasts an enormous timber deck & sizeable grassy expanse.
Seclusions is a lovely wedding destination that’ll be fondly remembered for years to come. Dazzle guests with an exclusive 20 acre setting of picture-perfect views of rolling countryside & towering Mount Walker, a stunning amphitheatre ceremony area, 2 rustic barns for your wedding celebrations & evening reception, caravan bar, fire pit & on-site cabin accommodation for the bridal party & family.
Built-in 1884 and the only heritage wedding chapel of its kind in the greater Sydney area, The Old St Thomas Chapel has been lovingly restored to its former glory, retaining its traditional glam and seating capacity for up to 140 guests. Uniquely, couples can bring their own civil celebrant, minister or pastor to perform their wedding ceremony, regardless of religious beliefs.
Set within 9.5 hectares of bushland, meet the pinnacle of an upscale wedding venue, the award-winning Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains, in the charming mountain village of Leura. Experience the serenity & sublime views expected of a 4.5-star resort; enchanting gardens, dramatic views of the cliff slopes of the Jamison Valley & magical lakeside surroundings complete with background waterfall.
The first of its kind in Australia, The unique Travelling Chapel is a beautiful mobile white chapel that can travel to the location of your choice. Perfect for weddings of both traditional and modern styles. Dreaming of a barefoot ceremony on the beach or a secluded spot in the countryside? With a 30-person capacity inside and seating for 120 on the balcony, the sky’s the limit.
Looking for something quirky & engaging? Set in pristine bushland of the Hawkesbury region, on the banks of the peaceful Webbs Creek, enjoy a weekend of fun festivity with loved ones. With exclusive hire for the entirety of the weekend, you have ample time to laugh, dine & dance the night away at the site of Castle ruins, followed by a late leisurely brunch the next day in the fairytale woodlands.
Placed amongst 850 acres of a breathtaking rural landscape, let your dream wedding begin with an exchange of vows in Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club’s ceremonial court. Inside, the stylish clubhouse sets the stage for your reception; large wraparound windows allow your guests to experience a spectacular backdrop of manicured grounds, whimsical woodland & winding lake throughout your wedding day.
Riverside Oaks Golf Resort’s Clubhouse offers various rooms, all with wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows, capturing the glorious views of the golf course & a stream of natural light. Across 587 acres there are many areas perfect for capturing your wedding day, including charming bridges, heritage-listed sandstone ruins, the backdrop of the Hawkesbury River against the manicured golf course.
If you're looking for a contemporary wedding venue with excellent views, Rydges Mount Panorama Bathurst should be at the top of your list. Set at the base of Mount Panorama, this 131-room hotel boasts a rooftop deck and a function space with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Palais Royale invites you to experience the history and romance of a bygone era in our beautiful heritage-listed Grand Ballroom or Grand Dining Room. Located in the heart of the Blue Mountains, this Art Deco wedding venue is built to impress.
Offering 3 magnificent function rooms, luscious manicured gardens with arches, gravel driveways with old school charm, marry in style at the historic Gledswood Homestead & Winery set on 35 acres in the Macarthur District. The rustic wedding venue presents authentic country beauty in an idyllic setting for your garden ceremony and wedding reception in the awe-inspiring homestead (circa 1810).
Manicured golf greens, the surrounds of natural native Australian bushland and plenty of photo opportunities throughout the property, Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club has everything you need for the perfect golf club wedding.
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Our Complete Guide to Blue Mountains Wedding Venue Hire
The Blue Mountains cover a wide region of mountain towns and villages, including Penrith, Katoomba, Blackheath, Leura, Springwood, and Kurrajong among others. You’ll also find Wolgan Valley, Megalong Valley, and Jamison Valley in this region. Tucked into the pristine landscape of the Blue Mountains are many luxury resorts like the One&Only Wolgan Valley, beautiful garden wedding venues like Breenhold Gardens or Mt Tomah Botanical Gardens, and private estates with mountainscape backdrops. Whether you’re planning an elopement or intimate destination wedding to the Blue Mountains or you’re looking for a relaxed wedding venue with plenty of space for an outdoor wedding, we’ve got you covered.
Our Easy Weddings Venue Finders have done the research for you and are bringing you the best Blue Mountains wedding venues from Penrith to Wolgan Valley.
Getting married in the Blue Mountains region? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
The most popular time of year for a wedding in the Blue Mountains is early autumn. This season brings colour to the region’s maple trees, and brings pickers to the many apple orchards of Bilpin and Blackheath. Spring is also a very popular time for a Blue Mountains wedding, with wildflowers in full bloom. Summer offers gorgeous temperatures and tends to be busy. Though winter is chilly in the Blue Mountains, weddings this time of year have a cosy, intimate atmosphere and are best hosted indoors. July, September, and May are the region’s driest months, which is important to know if you’re planning to host at an outdoor wedding venue in the Blue Mountains.What are the popular wedding styles in the Blue Mountains region?
Garden weddings, multi-day destination weddings, country retreat weddings, rustic weddings, and intimate elopements are all popular wedding styles in the Blue Mountains region. We often hear couples describe their Blue Mountains wedding as a relaxed, elegant party that celebrates the local landscape, food, and wine. Couples who choose to marry in the Blue Mountains typically are those who appreciate the World Heritage-listed surrounds and value a weekend spent with friends and family at a cosy cottage in the mountains.Are there any major events in the Blue Mountains region that we should consider when planning our wedding?
The Blue Mountains region covers a large area with many valleys and villages, each with their own festivals and seasonal tourism spikes. When it comes to selecting a wedding date, you’ll want to take local events like Winter Magic Festival and Blue Mountains Folk Festival into consideration so you can be sure your wedding guests are able to book accommodation and travel easily.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near the Blue Mountains region?
If you’re looking for another beautiful wedding destination near Sydney, we suggest expanding your search to include Southern Highlands wedding venues and venues on the Central Coast. Hunter Valley could also be a great option for you if you’re interested in hosting a wedding that’s all about good food and wine.