If a relaxed, intimate atmosphere is what you’re all about for your wedding, we highly recommend hosting it at a Hunter Valley wedding venue. This stunning wine region is home to many winery wedding venues with views of the surrounding rolling hills, vineyards, and mountains. Whether you envision a laid-back winery wedding where your guests dine outdoors and dance under the stars, or a more refined private estate wedding with sweeping views of the valley, there’s a perfect wedding spot for you at our top Hunter Valley wedding venue options.Venues Hunter Valley
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There are 37 Hunter Valley 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 $20,615, averaging at $10,985. Across Australia, the average cost is $12,300. Given Australian weddings typically cost $93,850, this means Australian couples spend 14% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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Elope or Wed with a Twist (EWWAT) - The most stress free, fun and romantic way to get hitched with just the 2 of you or up to 80 guests. In the stunning Hunter Valley NSW. When you book your package with EWWAT, you take us all as a package. As a team we are amazing. If you want to bring your own suppliers, then we aren’t for you.
Dashville is an outdoor Wedding Venue nestled in the heart of the Hunter Valley. The serenity and seclusion of your own private bushland, added with the abundant rustic facilities, shelters and variable layout, makes this the perfect location for a unique and affordable wedding.
Luxury meets the country at this rustic but elegant wedding venue. Situated in NSW’s stunning Lower Hunter Valley, Chapel Ridge Weddings is a picturesque, country wedding venue with plenty of character and lots of charm. Boasting a quiet, tranquil setting - nestled on 130 acres of farmland, this venue is perfect for a relaxed outdoor wedding with Australia's native beauty on full display.
Bisous Estate is a stunning event space that takes advantage of all of the natural beauty that the Hunter has to offer. It has been purpose built to cater for a wide range of weddings and with the stunning wine and food Bisous Estate has to offer it's the perfect place to bring your closest friends and family together.
Boasting a prime location in the heart of Queensland’s sunny Whitsundays, lies the beautiful, scenic and oh-so impressive Daydream Island Resort. Surrounded by the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, this tropical wedding venue is the perfect destination wedding location if you’re after a seaside, romantic wedding with breathtaking ocean views and plenty of charm.
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Our Complete Guide to Hunter Valley Wedding Venue Hire
New South Wales is home to 14 wine regions, of which Hunter Valley is the most famous, as it’s the birthplace of Australian wine. Here you’ll find many winery wedding venues, intimate wedding spots, beautiful gardens, and paddock-to-plate restaurants with private event spaces. Pokolbin is the central village of the Lower Hunter Valley region, surrounded by rolling hills, vineyards, and mountain vistas. The Hunter Valley wine region is a particularly desirable wedding destination for couples from Newcastle and Sydney, so you’ll want to book a wedding date as soon as you decide on your Hunter Valley wedding venue.
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Getting married in Hunter Valley? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
Hunter Valley is absolutely beautiful year round: December to February brings harvest season, which is fairly busy throughout the region; March to May bring colorful vines and dry weather; June to August can be chilly in the evenings with frost in the morning; September to November is festival season. Winter weddings in Hunter Valley tend to be more intimate occasions at venues with indoor spaces, while alfresco weddings are popular in spring and autumn. Hunter Valley is a very desirable wedding destination year round, so we recommend making your wedding plans in advance and being open to a non-Saturday wedding.What are the popular wedding styles in Hunter Valley?
Relaxed winery weddings are very popular throughout the Hunter Valley, as that’s why many travel to this beautiful region. Rustic weddings, vintage weddings, barn weddings, and paddock-to-plate weddings are all very popular wedding styles in the Hunter Valley, and the occasional black-tie wedding is a hit too.Are there any major events in Hunter Valley that we should consider when planning our wedding?
The busiest time of year in Hunter Valley is harvest, which is typically in late summer. Springtime also brings a lot of visitors to the area with Hunter Valley Stages, Oktoberfest, Rose Spectacular, and various food and wine festivals. Because some of these events may bring a surge in hotel bookings and traffic to the area, it may be helpful to have a chat with your wedding venue prior to booking your wedding date to ensure that the day you’ve selected won’t make planning difficult for your guests.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Hunter Valley?
Chances are that if you’re looking for a Hunter Valley wedding venue, you prioritise good food, great wine, and boutique accommodation in your wedding venue search. Similar wine region options we love for a destination wedding are the Southern Highlands Wine Region, Blue Mountains, Yarra Valley, and Barossa Valley.