If you’re tying the knot in Sydney, there’s a good chance you’ll want to find a venue that shows-off the city’s spectacular coastline, harbour and bushlands. Not only will you have a gorgeous backdrop throughout your reception, but it also means you won’t have to travel between venues for your photos – you can have them onsite!
From the infamous Bondi Beach to the shores of Watsons Bay, here are four of Sydney’s best Wedding venues with a view.
1. The Blue Room Bondi
Located on the shores of one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, Bondi Beach, The Blue Room Bondi is opening its doors to Brides and Grooms in October. The coastal luxe venue, which was designed by celebrity stylist, Sibella Court, caters for up to 150 people and boasts floor to ceiling views of the ocean. The perfect place to dance the night away with its white lanterns and festoon lights, couples can get Married on the shores of Bondi before making their way up to the venue as the sun sets.
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2. Sergeants’ Mess
Overlooking Chowder Bay, Sergeants’ Mess combines breathtaking views of the harbour, as well as native bushland. The venue has capacity for 250 seated guests and the fine dining menu is complimented a list by boutique Australian wines.
3. Gunners’ Barracks
The historic Gunners’ Barracks combines heritage charm with jaw-dropping vistas with its views across Sydney Harbour. Ceremonies can be held in the courtyard, lower lawn or terrace and with a capacity of up to 180 cocktail or 130 seated, the menu is artfully created using only the freshest, seasonal produce.
4. Dunbar House
Timeless, elegant and opulent, Dunbar House is an 1830s waterfront Georgian mansion located on Sydney’s Watsons Bay. Not only does this venue boast stunning views across the bay, but Brides and Grooms can arrive to their Big Day by a luxury boat. Couples can expect exclusive use of the venue for the Wedding and have the option of a ceremony on the lawn under the grand fig tree and overlooking Sydney Harbour.
Main image from Gunners’ Barracks.