Rustic Wedding Venues in the Blue Mountains
BoxGrove is a 170-acre family farm that overlooks the town of Bathurst. Wedding ceremonies are held in The Deck, The Grove, and The Rose Garden while receptions are hosted in The Barn. Country style cottage accommodation is available.
Collits Inn, built in 1823, is located at the base of Mount York in Hartley Vale. The inn hosts outdoor wedding ceremonies and receptions in the Barn. Accommodation is available in a country style bed and breakfast.
Located in Blackheath, Jemby Rinjah Eco Lodge is nestled in the heart of the Blue Mountains National Park and surrounded by unspoiled Australian bush. The venue features eco lodges and cabins, including Treetops Cabins. The conference centre caters for intimate weddings.
Lindsay’s Café in Faulconbridge hosts intimate evening wedding receptions. The venue adjoins the historic and National Trust managed Norman Lindsay Gallery. The gardens of the Gallery are available for wedding photos.
Madison's Mountain Retreat is an alpaca farmstay that borders the Wollemi and Blue Mountains National Parks. Facilities include a gazebo, large shed, open spaces, and acres of bush with a variety of bushwalks. Accommodation is available in cottages and refurbished train carriages.
Megalong Valley Farm is a rural lodging and horse riding centre that specialises in country weddings that are formal, rustic, or vintage. The farm is set around country style buildings and open spaces that are ideal for ceremonies and receptions.
Seclusions in Rydal is set on 20 acres with views of the rolling countryside and Mount Walker. A rustic amphitheater ceremony area, a chic barn, and a pavilion are provided for wedding celebrations. Couples only accommodation is available in boutique spa cabins.
The Lookout Echo Point in Katoomba is situated on the edge of the Blue Mountains Echo Point escarpment overlooking the Jamison Valley. Wedding space options include Bar NSW, Restaurant 1128, and outdoor terraces.