Roslyn Packer Theatre weddings are a refreshing alternative that encourage couples to think outside of the box. This blank canvas venue displays a characterful mix of rustic warehouse features, which create a sleek, inviting environment that will captivate your guests. You can install eclectic lighting and production elements, or keep it stripped back to embrace the New York loft-inspired aesthetic.
Inside the Roslyn Packer Theatre, there are two unique wedding venues on offer. The first is the Walsh Bay Kitchen on the ground floor, where guests can dine and dance the night away on the stylish parquet floors. The second room is the Richard Wherrett Studio with exposed brick walls, high ceilings and an open-plan layout that’s suitable for multiple table arrangements. The in-house Wedding Coordinator will be delighted to show you around and give examples of what’s possible in each space.
If food is your main priority for the reception, you’ll be in safe hands. The Roslyn Packer Theatre has exclusively partnered with the Trippas White Group, an established catering company in Sydney that takes pride in their inventive seasonal menus. From delicate canapes to regal feasts and sharing platters, your Roslyn Packer Theatre wedding will showcase delicious, authentic flavours.
Top three things you’ll love about your Roslyn Packer Theatre wedding:
- Waterfront setting. There aren’t many wedding venues that boast extraordinary wedding spaces so close to the water’s edge. This venue has the best of both worlds!
- Warehouse chic. Are you looking for a rustic, urban wedding venue with a blank canvas appeal? The Richard Wherrett Studio is an industrial setting that sparks the imagination.
- Top-quality catering. The Trippas White Group have all bases covered: delectable canapes, three-course mains and dessert stations to satisfy every sweet tooth craving.
The versatile ceremony and reception options at Roslyn Packer Theatre:
- Walsh Bay Kitchen. This is the theatre’s on-site restaurant. It's a beautiful, modern space with a desirable vintage aesthetic. The room opens up onto an outdoor terrace.
- Richard Wherrett Studio. A cool, arty space with high ceilings, exposed brickwork and contemporary wooden floors. It’s a characterful space for ceremonies and receptions.
What the Roslyn Packer Theatre wedding spaces are like:
- An atmospheric venue that can accommodate any couple's vision
- Sydney foreshore location with waterfront photo opportunities
- The maximum wedding capacity is 110 seated and 200 standing
- Experienced Roslyn Packer Theatre Wedding Coordinator
- State of the art AV equipment is installed for you to use
- Exclusive use of your event space on your wedding day
Here’s what else you need to know about Roslyn Packer Theatre weddings
- Late license until midnight with the option to extend
- Exceptional catering by the Trippas White Group
- Ideal location, just a 10-minute walk from Circular Quay
- Plenty of car parking and hotel accommodation nearby
What Roslyn Packer Theatre wedding couples say:
‘Thank you for your professionalism on the night and also throughout the whole process. We knew we were in good hands from the start. We have had lots of comments in particular about how great the wait staff were and their attention to detail towards our guests throughout the night’. Julie
How much do Roslyn Packer Theatre weddings cost?
Roslyn Packer Theatre weddings work on a minimum spend basis. Minimum spends can vary based on the day of the week and time of the year. As a guide, minimum spends can start from $10,000, and the price per person packages begin at $125.
What are some of the nearby attractions to Roslyn Packer Theatre?
- Walsh Bay
- Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Millers Point
- Barangaroo Reserve
- Dawes Point
- The Rocks district
- Sydney Observatory
- Sydney Museum of Contemporary Arts
Is Roslyn Packer Theatre a nice place for a wedding?
Yes. The Roslyn Packer Theatre is a quirky, classy event venue with two spacious venues to host all segments of your wedding celebrations. Coupled with the idyllic location in Walsh Bay, what’s not to love?