Wagga Wagga NSW Garden Wedding Venues
Elements at the Gardens is a family-owned function centre that is located within the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens. The space, which offers access to an expansive courtyard, is highlighted by large windows that afford views of the popular gardens.
Garden Court Restaurant, located within the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, caters for formal private functions. Tree Chapel, a venue for open air weddings in a setting reminiscent of early religion, is also located within the gardens. The bamboo garden is popular for weddings too.
Situated on eight acres of landscaped gardens, Quality Inn Carriage House is close to the Murrumbidgee River. There is a garden wedding ceremony area at the hotel as well as a function room for receptions.
The restaurant, café, and bar at the Mantra Pavilion Hotel are situated 35 metres below the largest six-sided canopy in the world. The atrium-style dining space provides an airy and plant-filled setting, and it gives the center city venue a country atmosphere.
Roseleigh is a nineteenth century home that has been transformed into a restaurant and day spa. The original machinery shed and blacksmith's building houses Leahy Hall, the site of wedding receptions. Ceremonies take place in 1920s-style gardens.
St. Edwards of the Riverina was originally built in 1922 as the local Anglican Church. The two-acre property features large lawns and country gardens. Ceremonies are held within the gardens, either in front of the 100-year-old church on the rock staircase or on the Eastern Lawn.
Victory Memorial Gardens is situated on the banks of the Wollundry Lagoon in Wagga Wagga’s central business district. The gardens were originally established as a memorial to the men and women who served in World War I. There are numerous locations for wedding celebrations amongst the sculptured gardens and lush grassed areas.