NSW Mid North Coast Wedding Venues
Several wineries provide rustic wedding spaces. Cassegrain Wines has a horse riding centre, and Bago Vineyards is highlighted by Bago Maze. Rose's Vineyard At Innes View features a petting zoo.
Restaurants and clubs that are located in towns and villages often provide entertainment options. Wauchope Country Club and C.ex Urunga Golf & Sports Club boast golf courses, Bulahdelah Bowling Club provides bowling greens, and Forster Bowling Club offers Jurassic Putt Putt.
Many clubs that include function spaces are located in the Mid North Coast countryside. Bonville Golf Resort boasts a clubhouse with a wraparound verandah while Stroud Country Club has a verandah that overlooks the golf course. Bowraville Recreation Club offers bowling greens.
Wedding venues are located next to lagoons, rivers, and lakes. Vows are exchanged next to the lagoon or on the terrace at Opal Cove Resort. Tea Gardens Boatshed has an enclosed deck for receptions, and ceremonies at Hamiltons Oyster take place on the outdoor deck.
Garden wedding venues reveal lush landscapes. Roto House is a nineteenth century home that is complemented by gardens, and Peppertrees is a country homestead set in a 2-acre garden. The North Coast Regional Botanic Garden is an attraction that welcomes weddings.
Beaches at Bonny Hills and Surf Club Restaurant & Bar provide decks so guests can enjoy the views of the ocean and shore. Most beach venues host wedding ceremonies on the beach, and they often offer other options like garden ceremonies.
Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, Free Spirit Cruises, and Sundowner Tiona Tourist Park offer unique backdrops for wedding celebrations. Coffs Harbour Racing Club offers views across the racecourse.
Luxury venues pamper guests with many amenities. Kings Creek Retreat offers glamping at its finest while Orara Valley Estate has a resort-size pool and cabana. Wedding venues on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales provide an inviting atmosphere.