Melbourne is a lively city known for its vibrant laneways, famous Australian restaurants, bustling arts scene, and so much more. Melbourne wedding venues on offer throughout the city include a similarly diverse range of industrial warehouses, rooftop restaurants with sweeping views of Melbourne, glamorous ballrooms, and iconic churches. Our Easy Weddings Melbourne venue scouts have toured them all and selected the best wedding venues around so you can get started planning a wedding at your dream venue today.Venues Melbourne
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There are 123 Melbourne 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 $5,000 and $33,330, averaging at $17,425. Across Australia, the average cost is $12,485. Given Australian weddings typically cost $83,500, this means Australian couples spend 15% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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The Grande Reception and Function Centre in Melbourne's suburb of Epping is a formal wedding reception ballroom that's perfect for a traditional wedding. If the party aspect of your wedding is what you're all about, you'll be thrilled by the spacious sunken dance floor and easily accessible bar setup.
Mantra Epping is a modern, stylish hotel ballroom wedding venue in Melbourne's outer north suburbs that accommodates intimate weddings as well as weddings of up to 500 guests. The function spaces here are bright and flexible and can easily suit any wedding style.
Positioned in Melbourne’s inner north suburb of Preston, Mantra Bell City is a charming 4-star hotel with an enchanting outdoor wedding space. The stylish modern event spaces also include a poolside terrace and an enormous ballroom wedding venue for indoor entertainment.
This breathtaking restored ballroom on Collins Street is a masterpiece of Spanish Rococo architecture in Melbourne CBD. The Plaza Ballroom wedding venue is a romantic open-plan setting awaiting your creativity. It's a stand-out choice for luxury Melbourne weddings.
Brookwood Receptions in Thomastown offers two large traditional ballroom wedding venues with ambient mood lighting, extensive interiors and an experienced events team. The atmospheric function spaces feature cutting edge technology to create a magical Melbourne wedding backdrop.
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Our Complete Guide to Melbourne Wedding Venue Hire
A hub of culture and taste, Melbourne has long been Australia’s go-to for interesting museums and galleries, great restaurants and cafés, and modern design and architecture. Melbourne offers hundreds of wedding venue options for ceremonies and receptions, including landmarks as iconic and traditional as St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne, along with a variety of industrial warehouses converted to modern wedding venues in Brunswick, Fitzroy, and throughout Melbourne’s Northside. As an architectural hub, Melbourne is home to many wedding venues that seamlessly combine historic and contemporary design elements, and the list of places that host weddings is growing constantly.
Looking for the best Melbourne wedding venue for your wedding? Here at Easy Weddings, Australia’s leading free wedding venue finding service, our venue hire experts have done the tours for you, bringing only the best options to help you narrow your search and book your wedding venue.
Getting married in Melbourne? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
Melbourne is a beautiful place to host your wedding year round, but the most popular wedding dates are usually between September to October and March to April, when the weather is at its most consistent. Melbourne is notorious for having four seasons in one day — it can easily go from rain to hail to blue skies in an hour’s time — and many couples select their wedding date based on weather, or prioritise their wedding venue selections based on backup plans for inclement weather.What are the popular wedding styles in Melbourne?
Melbourne weddings tend to be either traditional or modern, but the wedding venue styles vary across the board. A more traditional, classic couple might opt for a religious ceremony in a famous Melbourne church followed by a reception in a glamorous hotel ballroom with crystal chandeliers and showstopping floral arrangements. A more modern couple may prefer to host their Melbourne wedding ceremony in a charming garden or courtyard before heading to a converted warehouse wedding venue in Brunswick.Are there any major events in Melbourne that we should consider when planning our wedding?
Melbourne hosts many major events throughout the year that can make planning a wedding a challenge, especially if you need to book hotel room blocks and transportation for your wedding guests. A few Melbourne events to have on your radar when selecting a wedding date are the Australian Open, AFL Grand Final, Grand Prix and Melbourne Cup Day.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Melbourne?
If you’d prefer to escape the urban landscape of Melbourne, there are plenty of additional wedding venue options within driving distance of the city. Those looking for a vineyard wedding or a rustic farm venue might extend their wedding venue search to Yarra Valley or Mornington Peninsula. The nearby Dandenong Ranges and Macedon Ranges offer beautiful private estates, manors, and garden wedding venues with mountain views. Beachfront wedding venues can be found in Mornington Peninsula, along Great Ocean Road, and throughout Melbourne’s Bayside.