Located just an hour outside Melbourne, Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is a treasure trove of amazing wineries, cellar doors, award-winning restaurants, beautiful beaches, dairy farms, and so much more. Many of these attractions also double as Mornington Peninsula’s best wedding venues. Dotted along the beaches and throughout the rolling hills, you’ll find rustic barn wedding venues, modern wineries, converted industrial spaces, boutique hotels, and plenty of hilltop and waterfront wedding venues too. Our Venue Finders have scoured the many Mornington Peninsula wedding venues to bring you the top picks.Venues Mornington Peninsula
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There are 25 Mornington Peninsula 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 $17,455, averaging at $11,960. Across Australia, the average cost is $12,380. Given Australian weddings typically cost $87,315, this means Australian couples spend 15% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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Combining modern contemporary decor and spectacular uninterrupted views of the Bass Strait, All Smiles Sorrento Ocean Beach is the ultimate beachfront venue near Melbourne CBD. Set on the Mornington Peninsula, guests can mingle inside, or step directly out into the garden for the fresh coastal air and impressive sea views. It's the ultimate cocktail party venue, with a casual beach club vibe.
Seaview Room at Brighton Savoy is a waterfront wedding venue overlooking Port Phillip Bay. Here, you can have your barefoot beach ceremony with photos by the iconic Melbourne Beach Boxes and a reception with picturesque views to follow.
Friendly Garden Weddings in Langwarrin is a beautiful garden wedding venue where you can celebrate in style overlooking picturesque ponds and manicured lawns. The structured gazebo is a flexible outdoor wedding choice for couples who want to make the most of the natural surroundings.
Located next to the vibrant seafront at Brighton, behind the famous colourful beach huts, Brighton Savoy has the potential to be whatever you’re dreaming of for your wedding day. The luxury 4-star hotel has four versatile spaces, chic guest accommodation, and plenty of photo opportunities in the hotel and along the shore. This all-in-one family-run Melbourne wedding venue is a must-see.
Set right on the Portsea Golf Club, Mercure Portsea is a 4-star boutique hotel & wedding venue with incredible views of Port Phillip Bay. Weddings here have two incredible Mornington Peninsula wedding ceremony sites to choose from along with an elegant, light-filled wedding reception space.
Known as Mornington's best kept secret, Casa de Playa is a colourful crowd-pleaser. Alive with art & industrial touches, this light-filled ceremony and reception venue features a breathtaking glass ceiling for soaking up the sights & stars
The Briars is a beautiful historic homestead and one of the oldest homes on the Mornington Peninsula. Set amongst formal gardens, views across a vineyard and over the Wildlife Sanctuary, this stunning location sets the scene for a perfect and unique wedding.
True South is a modern, industrial wedding venue in the Melbourne suburb of Black Rock. The Art Deco garage features exposed beam ceilings, concrete floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows that open to a large terrace overlooking Port Phillip Bay.
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Our Complete Guide to Mornington Peninsula Wedding Venue Hire
Most couples planning weddings on the Mornington Peninsula are interested in modern winery wedding venues, nicely designed restaurants with event spaces, estates with rolling vineyard hills, manicured golf courses, and boutique hotels with nice gardens and nontraditional ballrooms. Our collection of Mornington Peninsula wedding venues spans all these styles and more.
The Mornington Peninsula is a popular destination for weddings year-round, so you’ll want to lock in your venue and book accommodations early in this region.
Getting married on Mornington Peninsula? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
Spring and summer weddings are very popular on Mornington Peninsula, as the evenings aren’t too chilly and days aren’t too hot. Autumn is also a lovely time of year in this region, though the evenings can get cool. When selecting a Mornington Peninsula wedding venue, it might be helpful to choose a place with a wet or windy weather back-up plan depending on your wedding date. That said, this area offers many indoor winter wedding venue options that are cosy and lovely.What are the popular wedding styles on Mornington Peninsula?
Mornington Peninsula wedding styles run the gamut from glamorous winery weddings with a modern feel to rustic farm weddings with a paddock-to-plate culinary focus. Some couples opt to keep things simple and host their Mornington Peninsula wedding ceremony on the beach followed by a relaxed reception at a local restaurant. Others break out all the stops and hire a marquee to create a special wedding space in an open field between rolling hills and vineyards, spending the night dancing under the stars.Are there any major events on Mornington Peninsula that we should consider when planning our wedding?
Mornington Peninsula is always busy on three-day weekends and during Christmas to New Year’s Day holidays. Summer weekends and Winter Wine Weekend are also abuzz. If you’re planning a Mornington Peninsula wedding, we recommend keeping an eye out for local food, wine, and music festivals during your wedding weekend. If you’re booking guest accommodation, it’s helpful to book this early in advance so you’re not scrambling to find rooms during a busy weekend.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near Mornington Peninsula?
For wedding destinations with a similar feel, Yarra Valley offers beautiful winery wedding venues and cellar door options. The Geelong & Great Ocean Road region includes many waterfront wedding venues as well. We’d also recommend extending your wedding search to include the Dandenong Ranges if you’re interested in more cosy, rustic wedding venues.