Sydney is perhaps most famous for its beautiful harbour, golden beaches, and iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. As such, Sydney wedding venues largely revolve around the harbour and include everything from rooftop terraces with views of Sydney Harbour to Art Deco ballrooms, beachfront wedding venues, and private estates with lush gardens. Whether you fancy a formal cathedral wedding or a more low-key restaurant wedding, our Sydney wedding venues team at Easy Weddings have selected a top tier of wedding venues just for you.Venues Sydney
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There are 104 Sydney 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 $1,500 and $50,000, averaging at $15,090. Across Australia, the average cost is $12,465.
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The Westella Renaissance in the Western Sydney suburb of Lidcombe is a leading, recently refurbished $22 million state-of-the-art wedding venue. With four brilliantly decorated rooms; Grand Ballroom, The Piano Room, Onyx Lounge and Sky Lounge, The Renaissance can cater to events of all sizes, whether in a formal silver-service seated dinner for 800 or a more intimate gathering of 100 guests
Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde boasts a touch of magic and romance. Boasting light-filled function rooms, an outdoor garden terrace, and the benefits of onsite accommodation. Your fairytale begins with an uncompromising level of service and style. If there is ever a day when you want everything to be perfect, the superior events team at Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde will deliver it.
At this gorgeous Upper Belmore, New South Wales location, Clarence House provides premier settings in the heart of Sydney. Celebrate your wedding in one of the two exquisitely designed venues, the intimate Victoria Room or the extravagant Lemnos. This stunning wedding venue is a family-owned and -run business, ensuring that the journey of planning your perfect day is a personal one.
Playing host to your luxurious wedding, the glamorous Highline Venue ideally situated in the heart of Sydney invokes a magnificent and unforgettable experience for all guests. Its richly decorated spaces follow a functional yet regal design. Envision 4.5 meter high ceilings with delicate gold detailing, opulent 24k gold chandeliers with glittering crystals, and elegant garden terraces.
Sensational, unique, and charming, Lauriston House Function Centre is the wedding venue for your wedding day. Built-in 1887, Lauriston House is a heritage-listed property located in the desirable Dundas Valley. The timeless features include open fireplaces, ornate chandeliers, a dining room with a spacious white starlight grand ballroom dancefloor, a stylish lounge area, and a private bridal room.
Located in the suburb of Homebush Bay, one can find Bicentennial Park situated on its shores. Within the 40 hectares of the protected park, Waterview in Bicentennial Park perfectly blends stylish interiors, natural light streaming in from floor-to-ceiling windows, and tranquil parkland views - a gorgeous alternative wedding venue hosting wedding celebrations from 50 to 1,500 guests.
Set in an idyllic Sydney location in Drummoyne overlooking Iron Cove and the Parramatta River, Cafe Birkenhead is a modern restaurant wedding venue with all the inclusions you could wish for on your wedding day. With flexible packages and a team of experienced professionals to help with all the details, your waterfront wedding at Cafe Birkenhead will run without a hitch.
Located on the stunning foreshore of the Iron Cove at Sisters Bay in Drummoyne, Aqua Luna Waterfront Dining is the perfect venue for couples after a modern waterfront wedding. With views overlooking the tranquil Parramatta River and Rodd Island, Aqua Luna Waterfront Dining offers NSW couples an intimate and unique location for an outstanding wedding service and reception.
A world-class venue, Holroyd Centre features include a dramatic foyer entrance with a sweeping wrought iron staircase, embellished chandelier in gold & silver leaf, vaulted ceilings & a striking water feature in the private courtyard. With more than 60 cultures represented in the local region, the wedding coordinators are experts in hosting culturally relevant weddings with specific requirements.
What was once home to the famous Australian poet A.B Banjo is now a romantic restaurant setting to say 'I do' in Gladesville. Set in 5 acres of picturesque parkland, Banjo Paterson Cottage restaurant is perfect for garden ceremonies overlooking the ocean and reception in the characterful cottage or out on the verandahs. There is also a tidal jetty so you can arrive by boat.
Book your wedding day at Ryde-Parramatta Golf Club, where scenic backdrops await the perfect photo opportunity. The spacious wedding reception room features a heritage log fireplace, Scandinavian style open rafter ceiling and panoramic views of the Championship Course. Envision cascading waterfalls, manicured greens with flowering trees, age-old eucalypts and rolling hills of carpet-like grass.
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Our Complete Guide to Sydney Wedding Venue Hire
From Palm Beach to Darling Harbour to Bondi Beach and beyond, Sydney is a hotspot not just for beaches (of which there are over 100), but also for Australia’s best restaurants and waterfront wedding venues. Sydney’s food and wine industry consistently wins awards for modern Australian fare. What this means for your wedding is that it’s easy to find a wedding venue that has spectacular views of Sydney Harbour and that also serves really good food; in fact, we’ve already found these venues for you. We’ve also got a few cosy cottages, fancy ballrooms, and charter boats on our list of Sydney wedding venues too.
Here at Easy Weddings, Australia’s leading free wedding venue finding service, our venue hire experts have scouted the top Sydney wedding venues to bring you a highlight reel so you can quickly find and secure your dream wedding venue.
Getting married in Sydney? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
One of the reasons Sydney is such a popular wedding destination is that the weather is fairly comfortable year round. Spring and autumn are the peak wedding seasons in Sydney, with the most popular dates in October and November followed by March. Sydney can get hot and humid in the summer months, but this time of year also allows longer daylight hours for your wedding. In the cooler winter months, you may prefer to have a cosy indoor venue for your wedding reception.What are the popular wedding styles in Sydney?
Sydney isn’t known for having one particular style of wedding, but rather hosts an array of stylish weddings, each with its own personalised design details. We’ve seen everything from Boho beach weddings to modern rooftop receptions to traditional religious weddings. As you search for your wedding venue, you’ll likely find that Sydney has a diverse portfolio of event spaces that can easily be stylised to fit your wedding design vision.Are there any major events in Sydney that we should consider when planning our wedding?
From its world-famous New Year’s Eve celebrations to splashy events like Mardi Gras and Sydney Harbour Regatta, Sydney hosts major events year round. If you’ll have many wedding guests travelling to Sydney that’ll need hotel bookings and transportation during your wedding weekend, we recommend checking the local calendar prior to selecting your wedding date.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Sydney?
Sydney sprawls across many suburbs and landscapes, but getting outside of the city for a wedding is a lovely option as well. A couple of major destinations within driving distance of Sydney are the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley wine country. In the Blue Mountains region, you’ll find wedding venues that include cosy cottages and farm stays as well as more formal private estates and mountain resorts. Hunter Valley is where you’ll find rustic wedding venues, classic vineyard estates, and impressive manors with manicured gardens and lawns.