At a Glance
Beautifully restored Historic 1830s mansion
Romantic & exclusive, offering million dollar harbour views
Exceptional food and service. A team of passionate and talented chefs deliver a world-class dining experience.
Menus can be tailored to each and every requirement
Exclusive use of the entire home for your wedding reception.
A dedicated wedding coordinator works closely with couples, ensuring reception details are meticulously planned.
Opportunity to host a ceremony on site.
Water access for boat transfers
Summer & Winter Wedding packages
20 to 110 seated; 120 cocktail
Weddings at Dunbar House
Dunbar House is located on the shores of Sydney Harbour on the expansive grounds of Robertson Park Watsons Bay in New South Wales, Australia with stunning views.
The circa 1830s Georgian mansion features a sophisticated palette of greys and silver, William Morris wallpaper, and crystal chandeliers. The venue, accessible via road or water transport, is the perfect location for your spectacular wedding day.
Wedding ceremonies are held on the lower lawn under a fig tree where guests are afforded magnificent views of Sydney Harbour. Drinks and canapés are served on the outdoor Harbour Terrace before the reception begins in the Upper Level Dining Room or Missoni Room where 110 guests can be seated.
Dunbar House is part Grand Pacific Group, one of Sydney's leading, premium hospitality groups. Expert staff attend to all wedding details, and the culinary team creates exemplary menus with the freshest local ingredients.
Accommodation and Destination Attractions
There is a range of accommodation choices in the Watsons Bay area. Wynyard Hotel, founded in 1873, is full of old-world character. Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is a heritage-listed 5-star hotel with a central Garden Courtyard. The Australian Heritage Hotel is an Edwardian pub with guest rooms.
Watsons Bay Walk is a scenic track around South Head, known for its sheer ocean cliffs and military history. The track affords views of Sydney Harbour, the City skyline, and the Hornby Lighthouse, which stands tall in Sydney Harbour National Park. Watsons Bay Baths, a popular tourist attraction,is a tidal harbour pool with pontoons for sunbathing.