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 29 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 $680 and $30,000, averaging at $10,990. Across Australia, the average cost is $12,455. Given Australian weddings typically cost $84,300, this means Australian couples spend 15% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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Situated in stunning countryside, Hawkesbury Country Retreat is your perfect rustic wedding venue only 50 minutes from Sydney CBD. This amazing property offers a fully equipped kitchen, picturesque views and on-site accommodation.
Unique, exclusive and luxurious wedding celebrations enveloped in the native bushland of the beautiful Blue Mountains. Just an hour’s drive from Sydney, Spicers Sangoma Retreat provides a private and secluded destination for your wedding.
Offering a secluded country setting, Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley is perfect for elegant wedding away from the hustle and bustle of Sydney City. Landscaped gardens, a beautiful chapel and guest accommodation is just the start!
With garden ceremony sites, plenty of photography opportunities throughout the farming property and a capacity of 450 guests, historic Gledswood Homestead is an idyllic setting to host your day from start to finish.
The Old St Thomas Chapel is the only heritage wedding chapel of it's kind in the greater Sydney area. Built in 1884 the Chapel has been restored to its former glory and is available to hire for your civil or religious wedding ceremony.
Featuring indoor and outdoor ceremony locations, panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows and on-site accommodation for guests, Riverside Oaks Golf Resort has everything you need for the perfect wedding on the green.
The 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. Our Wedding Packages are designed to deliver you the Dream Wedding that you deserve...
Surrounded by the exquisite natural Whitsundays environment, Villa Botanica is one of the most romantic outdoor locations to marry in Queensland. Set in 5 acres of lush gardens and overlooking Pioneer Bay, this waterfront wedding venue near Airlie Beach is perfect for couples who are after a tropical garden setting.
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.