Famous for its beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, and lovely weather, the Sunshine Coast doubles as a fantastic place to host a wedding year round. There are plenty of places to get married in this region and Sunshine Coast wedding venues include gorgeous private estates, beachfront surf club venues, stylish ballrooms, manicured gardens, and glamping resorts. Our wedding venue finders have done their homework to bring you the best Sunshine Coast wedding venues across the region, from Caloundra to Noosa Heads to Great Sandy National Park.Venues Sunshine Coast / Noosa
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There are 15 Sunshine Coast 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 $6,000 and $15,000, averaging at $10,345. Across Australia, the average cost is $12,470. Given Australian weddings typically cost $27,120, this means Australian couples spend 46% of their wedding budget on Wedding Venue.
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Win A Wedding at Queensland's Favourite Rustic Elegant Wedding Venue Located in the beautiful Sunshine Coast Hinterland with sweeping coastal views, Flaxton Gardens is an iconic wedding venue where your wedding dreams become reality.
With stunning panoramic views of Noosa’s pristine natural conservation sanctuary, RACV Noosa Resort is a lovely hotel for your Noosa Heads garden wedding. Exchange your vows in the gardens or beside a lagoon pool before heading into the open-air reception space for your wedding dinner.
Situated on the Sunshine Coast, Immersive Events provides couples with two unique wedding and ceremony venues. Ideal for couples who love being by the water, Immersive Events offers a luxurious yacht and relaxed restaurant for couples to make use of. With world-class catering and breathtaking river views, Immersive Events’ venues are perfect for couples after an unforgettable, scenic wedding.
Get married under a towering fig tree, beside the jetty, or in an open-air chapel at Sandstone Point Hotel before hosting your waterfront wedding reception on a spacious lawn, in an oyster shed, or in a romantic wine cellar.
There’s no mystery as to why so many couples choose Noosa Springs for their special day. There’s just no better venue in the region. We’ll take the worry out of planning your big day, and ensure everything goes just right – from the location of the ceremony to the setting of the tables and the choice of wines.
Twin Waters Golf Club on Queensland’s breathtaking Sunshine Coast is the perfect backdrop for your special day. With a picturesque setting, relaxed atmosphere and immaculate greens, the award winning Twin Waters Golf Club is a fabulous location for both your Wedding Ceremony and Reception.
Situated on the Sunshine Coast, Glass House Country Weddings has five rustic farm stay properties for hire - they're perfect for wedding ceremonies and receptions. With all-inclusive wedding packages, rugged mountain views, and offering boutique wedding experiences, Glass House Country Weddings has a unique, dreamy wedding venue for you, one that's guaranteed to impress your friends and family.
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Our Complete Guide to Sunshine Coast Wedding Venue Hire
Noosa Heads, Caloundra, and the entire Sunshine Coast region is filled with beautiful beaches, rainforests, and idyllic wedding ceremony locations. The subtropical climate lends itself to sunny days and moderate temperatures year round, making it a perfect destination for an outdoor wedding. Wedding venues throughout the Sunshine Coast range in style and include everything from casual surf club beach wedding venues to traditional churches and formal wedding ballrooms.
Our Easy Weddings Venue Finders have scouted the very best Sunshine Coast wedding venues to bring you everything from Caloundra to the hinterland to Noosa Heads and beyond.
Getting married on the Sunshine Coast? Here are some of the highlights you can look forward to:
March, September, October, and November are the most popular months for a wedding on the Sunshine Coast, as these months bring the mildest temperatures with comfortable days and evenings. January and February tend to be hot and humid, docking the most rainfall of the year. Winter weddings on the Sunshine Coast bring gorgeous weather and more flexibility for venue and supplier availability.What are the popular wedding styles on the Sunshine Coast?
The Sunshine Coast is a big destination for beachfront weddings that range in style from laid-back surf club weddings to more formal ballroom weddings with waterfront views. Another popular wedding style on the Sunshine Coast is glamping weddings, as they provide a chance to spend time outdoors with your guests during your wedding weekend.Are there any major events on the Sunshine Coast that we should consider when planning our wedding?
The Sunshine Coast spans across a large region, and it’s unlikely that your wedding plans will be affected by any of the major local events. However, you might want to check the calendar of events in Noosa and along the Sunshine Coast to see if there’s anything on during the weekend of your wedding just to be aware of any happenings. Some local event highlights include the Noosa Festival of Surfing (March), Velothon Sunshine Coast cycling race (June), The Curated Plate (August), and Noosa Food and Wine Festival (May). School holidays can also be a very busy time in this region, with increased demand and pricing for local hotels and resorts.Should we consider any wedding venue locations near the Sunshine Coast?
To expand your wedding venue search beyond the Sunshine Coast and Noosa, we’d recommend checking out Byron Bay if you’re looking for more beach wedding venues and luxury hotel wedding options. Brisbane wedding venues are also a great option if you’re in the market for more urban spaces like industrial warehouses, waterfront restaurants, or five-star resorts.