The Central Coast of New South Wales is home to rustic, town, country, waterfront, garden, beach, unique, and luxury wedding venues. Most venues host weddings big or small, casual or elegant.
Rustic venues are often found on farms or other spacious properties. The Hillview is located on a 117-acre farm while Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures contains an events centre on a 3,000-acre wilderness property. The Springs boasts an 18-hole golf course.
A range of venues, from a speciality coffee house to a social club, are located in towns and villages. Byblós Restaurant & Bar serves Lebanese cuisine, La Fiamma Wood Fired Pizzeria
offers Italian food, and Le Chat Noir features a French dining experience.
Some venues that flaunt the countryside are located amongst the natural bushland and rainforest. Other properties have large lawn spaces. Knottapharm hosts tipi wedding receptions on the lawn while 50-acre Yarramalong Valley Farm Stay has numerous function spaces.
Whether situated next to a lake, lagoon, or waterfall, waterfront venues provide an interesting backdrop for weddings on the central coast of New South Wales. Hardys Bay Club backs onto a waterfall, and Wallarah Bay Recreation Club is situated on the banks of Tuggerah Lake.
Garden venues present seasonal beauty all year long. Somersby Garden Estate displays native flora and fauna. Apollo Resort shows off a tropical garden with waterfalls and palm trees while Firescreek Winery features rows of vineyards.
Ettalong Diggers and Pearls on the Beach welcome guests to walk on the sand and along the water’s edge. Many beach venues, like Norah Head Lighthouse and Shelly Beach Golf Club, provide views across the Pacific.
Edogawa Commemorative Garden and The Entertainment Grounds are local and tourist attractions that offer function spaces. Other unique wedding venues include Starship Cruises and Coco Banana.
Luxurious venues offer a grand wedding experience. Star of the Sea and Bells at Killcare Boutique Hotel, Restaurant & Spa are 5-star venues. Extra amenities, like Clydesdale horses at Fernbank Farm that are ready to pull carriages, are the norm. Several types of venues, including luxury venues, are found on the Central Coast of New South Wales.