7 sublime Blue Mountains wedding venues

Dreaming of a wedding in the sky? Below are seven Blue Mountains wedding venues guaranteed to place your head in the clouds.

1

Seclusions Blue Mountains

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Capture rustic romance at Seclusions in the Blue Mountains. Seclusions is all-inclusive — the ceremony, photography, and reception — and caters to couples interested in getting involved in the entire planning process. This allows your wedding to truly reflect you as a couple, and make sure no stone is left unturned. Seating up to 150 guests, Seclusions is one of the most sought-after of Blue Mountains wedding venues.

 (15) Rydal
This romantic charming venue, with its idyllic setting, is a perfect place for your wedding ceremony and reception.

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2

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden

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With panoramic views of the iconic Blue Mountains, The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden prides itself on offering world-class facilities and creating a day you (and your guests) will never forget. With a plethora of ceremony options to choose from, and trained staff on hand to fulfill all of your wants and needs, The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden intends to make your special day everything you wished for.

 (5) Mount Tomah
Breathtaking views, romantic gardens... a perfect setting for your Blue Mountains wedding!
3

The Lookout – Echo Point

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Sat on the edge of the Blue Mountains Echo Point, The Lookout Echo is the ideal venue for couples chasing a picture-perfect wedding. Capacity ranges from 120 seated guests to 200 cocktail. With magnificent views of the Three Sisters and the valley below, The Lookout at Echo Point is the perfect way to celebrate your special day.

 (1) Katoomba
The Lookout Echo Point is perched on the edge of the Blue Mountains Echo Point escarpment, with breathtaking views of the valley and Three Sisters.

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4

Waldorf Leura Gardens Resort

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Situated beneath the leaves, Waldorf Leura Gardens Resort is a fairytale come true. Offering acres of gardens and a gazebo, this venue is ideal for those seeking an outdoor wedding. For wetter days however, the Waldorf Leura Gardens Resort also offers indoor venues ranging in capacity from 60 seated to 160 guests cocktail. And, with complimentary one night’s accommodation and full buffet breakfast for the Bride and Groom when booking over 50 guests, what more could you ask for?

 (11) Leura
We combine innovative ideas, fresh air, friendly service and attention to detail to ensure a most successful and memorable day.

 50+ From $65 Enquire
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5

Palais Royale

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Combining history and romance, Palais Royale offers boutique luxury for your special day. For larger soirees, the Grand Ballroom seats 150 guests, with the ‘Gazelles’ Grand Dining room catering to 180 guests. And, with accommodation packages available to you and your guests, why not continue the celebration over the weekend?

6

Allview Escape

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Set in the sublime Blue Mountains, Allview Escape is perfect couples dreaming of exchanging vows among spectacular views. The function room hits capacity at 200 guests, and for 25 lucky guests, accommodation is available on-site. A perfect location for the perfect day.

 (5) Blackheath
  • An idyllic retreat away from the hustle & bustle.
Allview Escape caters for functions of up to 200 people.We provide onsite catering for your event. Our staff are on-hand to ensure everything runs smoothly.
7

Fairmont Resort

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Located overlooking the Iconic Blue Mountains, Fairmont Resort is the definition of timeless romance. With garden and lakeside ceremony options available on location, there’s no need to rush between venues. And, with six reception venues to choose from, you’re spoiled for choice! Fairmont Resort is the perfect setting to unwind in the extraordinary atmosphere of the Blue Mountains.

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