Adelaide is the kind of city where you can go for a swim at Hindley Beach, wander museums like the Art Gallery of South Australia, and casually cruise laneways like Peel Street in search of hidden bars, all in one day. Reflecting that variation and laid-back ease, Adelaide wedding venues include rustic barns, modern wineries, lush gardens, cellar doors, boutique private estates, and more. Searching for the best place to host your Adelaide wedding? Our Venue Finders have hit the streets to bring you the top Adelaide wedding venues.Venues Adelaide
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There are 62 Adelaide 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 $3,850 and $30,000, averaging at $13,865. 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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Our Complete Guide to Adelaide Wedding Venue Hire
Whether you’re after an Adelaide wedding venue that overlooks the waterfront or prefer an elegant ballroom venue with an urban feel, you’ll be thrilled to have plenty of options in this city. Head to one of Adelaide’s three botanical gardens for an open-air ceremony or choose from one of many Adelaide church wedding venues like St Peter’s Cathedral. Follow it up with your wedding reception at a nearby winery, waterfront restaurant, historic ballroom, or boutique wedding venue.
Our Easy Weddings Venue Finders have visited the best Adelaide wedding venues, and are bringing you everything from waterfront celebration spaces in Glenelg to Victorian era ballrooms in the city centre.
Getting married in Adelaide? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
Adelaide’s climate is moderate through spring and autumn with cool nights, while it’s hot and dry in the summer with little rain or humidity. Winter brings cool, wet weather with frost in the Adelaide Hills, June being the wettest month. If you’re planning a wedding during those cooler months, selecting a wedding venue with an indoor option may be helpful to your peace of mind. Alfresco weddings are popular throughout the year, with wedding dates in March through May and September through November playing host to prime wedding dates.What are the popular wedding styles in Adelaide?
Adelaide wedding styles range from Boho chic to traditional glamour or vintage rustic. Your wedding venue will likely play a big role in determining the style of your wedding. Popular Adelaide wedding venues include lush gardens in public parks, rustic barns in the Adelaide Hills, formal ballrooms in Adelaide’s city centre, traditional churches throughout the region, historic settings in the city, and boutique wineries from Clare Valley to Barossa Valley to the Fleurieu Peninsula.Are there any major events in Adelaide that we should consider when planning our wedding?
Adelaide is known for its art, music, sport, and culinary festivals, with the Adelaide Fringe Festival being the largest annual tourism drawcard. The city is usually at its busiest in the summer months, with many festivals and activities ongoing. If you’re hosting a wedding with many out-of-town guests and want to book hotel room blocks, we recommend discussing the wedding dates with your venue prior to booking that take tourism and accommodation availability into consideration.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Adelaide?
Outside of Adelaide, South Australia’s regional star is the Barossa Valley wine region. Head out to the Adelaide Hills and you’ll find picturesque wineries, boutique private estates, and cosy inns that double as gorgeous wedding venues.