Rustic, town, country, waterfront, garden, unique, and luxury wedding venues are found in the Blue Mountains region in New South Wales. Function spaces are complemented by amenities like spas and comfortable accommodation.
Barns house function rooms at BoxGrove, Seclusions, and Collits Inn. Farms provide similar rustic wedding spaces. Madison's Mountain Retreat has a large shed and Megalong Valley Farm
reveals country style buildings.
Venues that are located in a town are easily accessible. Miss Traill’s House and Lithgow Workies Club host wedding ceremonies in their gardens. Mount Victoria Manor holds receptions under a marquee, and Bathurst RSL Club has an al fresco dining area.
Beautiful scenery is the focus of attention at Allview Escape and Solitary. Other venues that are located in the Blue Mountains countryside, such as Nineteen23 at Silvermere, contain gardens on their properties. Bathurst Goldfields is highlighted by an outdoor deck.
Lakes, ponds, and waterfalls provide the backdrop and offer photo opportunities at several venues. Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley boasts landscaped gardens as well as a lake, and The Old Farm on Purvines features a Japanese-influenced garden and ponds.
Several venues feature gardens that are used for ceremonies and receptions. A 1930s classical English style garden is a focal point in Everglades Historic House & Gardens while The Campbell Rhododendron Gardens adorns the Australian bushland.
Lithgow State Mine Heritage Park & Railway and Jenolan Caves provide function spaces for weddings. Other unique venues include historic sites like Eskbank House & Museum, Woodford Academy, and Hartley Courthouse.
Luxury venues flaunt the Blue Mountains landscape. Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa overlooks the Jamison Valley while Hydro Majestic Hotel overlooks the Megalong Valley. Heritage gardens bloom at Dennarque Estate, and Cliff Top Garden highlights Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant.