The Most Stunning Wedding Venues In Perth

Picking out a Wedding venue is no easy feat, especially when there are so many beautiful ones on offer. Do you choose something indoors or outdoors, in the heart of the city or tucked away amongst rolling hills? The possibilities are endless and sometimes you just don’t know where to begin.

To help you get a head start on your planning, we’ve picked out some of our favourite wedding venues, and we’re betting that at least one of these will tick all of your boxes. Get your phone ready, because you’re bound to be making some phone calls after this.

In no particular order, here are the most stunning wedding venues in Perth!

The Raw Kitchen

A 1920s warehouse converted into the dreamiest of spaces, The Raw Kitchen is the perfect choice for any wedding, but especially for those brides looking for that rustic charm.

The Raw Kitchen

The Quarry Amphitheatre

For an outdoor venue, look no further than the Quarry. Set against spectacular natural limestone walls and offering views of the city skyline, this venue is pure magic.

The Quarry Amphitheatre


Think exceptional food and even better wine when it comes to Lamont’s. The winery has three stunning venues to choose from, Cottesloe, Smiths Beach, and our personal favourite, Bishops House, which was originally built in the 1850s, so it’s got that old world charm that’ll knock your socks off.

Bishops House


Dance the night away under the stars in this breathtaking secluded courtyard. And if you’re still on the fence about this one, just look at their fully serviced bar. Now that’s sure to win you over.

Samantha Simone Photography

Moore & Moore

With hidden courtyards, candle-lit rooms, and the vintage decor of a venue steeped in a rich history, Moore & Moore is truly one of a kind. You can even say ‘I Do’ here, before turning around and entering your reception.

Stephanie Pease

Darlington Estate Winery

This breathtaking estate is the perfect venue for a vintage wedding. Their floor to ceiling glass even offers a sweeping scenery of the 40-acre vineyard, so you can take in the views from the comfort of an indoor wedding.

Kirsty Russel Photography

Core Cider

Set amidst a forest with both inside and outside spaces, it’d be difficult to say no to Core Cider. They’ve even got a playground, which is great to help keep all the kiddies occupied while the adults get busy having their own fun.

Core Cider

Bathers Beach House

For a beachfront wedding, Bathers Beach House is the place to go. Think sparkling blue waters, a spectacular sunset and great food and wine to really add to the moment. Yes, please!

Bathers Beach House

Feature image by: Kate Drennan Photography

Posted in Planning, Venues, Weddings, Western Australia by wedded wonderland

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