The Most Unique Event Spaces In Sydney


Sydney is known for the most iconic scenery in Australia and venues to host your wedding or event. But there are a handful of unique event spaces that are just next level that sets them apart from the rest. Their unique and wow factors definitely add that special touch to any wedding.

Without further or do, here are the most unique event spaces in Sydney!

The Linseed House

The Linseed House at The Grounds of Alexandria definitely has that ethereal feel about it. Known as the Luxurious Warehouse, it has rustic yet chic elements, perfect for couple who are after an intimate and modern wedding. Featuring heritage brick walls, gorgeous antique mirrored ceilings and a private bar, this is the the perfect venue with unique features that will defiantly shine through your wedding.

The Paper Mill Food

A spectacular venue with rich history, housed in what used to be Australia’s oldest paper mill. Amazing architecture with a modern twist and delicious food are reasons why you should host your next event here.

Photographer: George John Photography

Miramare Gardens

The perfect outdoor wedding exists, at Miramare Gardens. It doesn’t get better than being surrounded by manicured gardens, perfect weather and the sunset as the most breathtaking backdrop. This wedding venue will undeniably take your guests’ breath away.

The William Inglis Hotel

Host your wedding reception at the Big Barn at The William Inglis Hotel. The versatility and impressive space is definitely that wow factor that won’t disappoint. Not to mention, the hotel is located in Warwick Farm which adds that extra special touch.

The Nielsen

Located on the picturesque grounds of the National Park in Vaucluse, The Neilsen offers magnificent waterfront views of Shark Beach and Sydney’s iconic Harbour. The stained glass windows and intimate setting is the perfect note for a sweet and romantic wedding.

The Calyx

This unique structure at the Royal Botanical Gardens will definitely be that amazing feature at your wedding. Have all your wedding guests seating in a diverse seating arrangement to show off the architectural structure and the natural scenery of the gardens.

Written By: Alessandra Fasanella

Feature Image By: The Grounds

Posted in Fashion, New South Wales, Planning by wedded wonderland


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