Blue Mountain venues in New South Wales such as Wentworth Falls Country Club and Blackheath Golf Club boast manicured lawns while other country venues reveal native flora. The venues provide a lush green backdrop for weddings.
Allview Escape, located on 20 acres of natural bushland in Blackheath, specialises in weddings. Several outdoor locations, with views of Mt Hay and the Grose Valley, are available for wedding ceremonies. Luxury cottages are ideal for pre-wedding arrangements.
Located on Conrod Straight, Mount Panorama, Bathurst Goldfields features an indoor chapel and Laycocks Barn, site of country style wedding ceremonies. The venue includes a reception hall that opens onto an outdoor deck that overlooks the Macquarie Valley.
Family-owned Bilpin Resort offers exclusive access to the 43-acre resort and its facilities, including accommodation in country style cedar cabins. Ceremonies take place in the Secret Circle while receptions are held in the Blue Gum Room.
The non-denominational Chapel Hill Retreat is a 35-acre wedding venue in Berambing that is surrounded by bushland. The retreat, which offers accommodation, is incorporated in the heritage property of Bulgamatta. A function room overlooks the Blue Mountains valley.
Located in Blackheath, the Comfort Inn Redleaf Resort includes a pool, tennis courts, and game room. Wedding ceremonies and receptions are held on the hotel grounds. Alternate reception locations are The Harry Phillips Studio Restaurant and The Bushranger Function Room.
La Maison Boutique Hotel in Katoomba hosts wedding receptions in the dining room, deck, and garden area. The entire hotel, including guestrooms, a private unit, and the dining room, is available for wedding celebrations.
Nineteen23 at Silvermere is a country house with gardens and views to the Blue Mountains National Park. The restored 1920s house includes large reception areas that are ideal for wedding celebrations. Cottage accommodation is available.
Solitary is a heritage listed restaurant that is perched above the Leura Cascades, overlooking Mount Solitary, Kings Tableland, and Jamison Valley. Wedding ceremonies are held on the lawn, canapés are served in the garden, and dinners are served under a marquee or in the restaurant.