NSW Mid North Coast Unique Wedding Venues
Coffs Harbour Racing Club holds fifteen racing events throughout the year. Wedding receptions are hosted in the Function Centre which offers views across the racecourse and to the Dorrigo mountain ranges. Ceremonies are held on the grounds, including in the gardens.
Free Spirit Cruises, which features on-board catering as well as a bar, explores the waterways and wildlife of the Great Lakes. Day or evening private charters can be arranged for wedding celebrations. Pick up and drop off options are available.
The Green Cathedral is an outdoor church located on the shores of Wallis Lake in the Booti Booti National Park. The church has natural wooden pews enclosed by a palm forest. Green Cathedral Ministries welcomes people of all faiths and lifestyles.
The Old Butter Factory, located in Belligen, is a craft and tourist complex that includes a shopping village. Wedding receptions are hosted in the café. Guests are afforded a view across the Bellingen golf course to the Dorrigo hills from the café forecourt.
Completed in 1875, Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse stands on a headland east of Seal Rocks village. The lighthouse precinct offers three heritage cottages nestled on the hill below the lightstation. Wedding ceremonies take place in any of the cottages or surrounding grounds.
Sundowner Tiona Tourist Park provides campsites, caravan sites, and lakeside or beachside cabins. The park is situated between Seven Mile Beach, Wallis Lake, and Booti Booti National Park. Outdoor wedding ceremonies are followed by a reception at the Conference Centre.
Taree Wingham Race Course hosts horse races as well as functions. The Winning Post Function Centre, the Corey Brown Pavilion, and the Cooplacurripa Bar and Dining Area are available for wedding receptions.
Valla Beach Tourist Park sets alongside the Deep Creek river mouth, adjacent to South Valla Beach. Wedding receptions are hosted in the rustic Woolshed. Onsite accommodation, including campsites, vans, cabins, and yurts, is available for guests.