Several wedding venues on the South Coast of New South Wales offer unique settings for a wedding ceremony and reception. Wedding guests can enjoy additional activities provided by these venues.
Jervis Bay Wild offers private tours on the waters of Jervis Bay. There are five vessels from which to choose including the flag ship Port Venture which has five viewing levels. Boom netting, which allows couples and their guests to ride securely while in the water, is available.
Jervis Bay Maritime Museum features The Pavilion, a rustic open sided, al fresco venue. It is located on an open grassed area with views over the fish pond, the Keith Moore Habitat Garden, and the Boathouse. The heritage listed Lady Denman ferry and the tiny Woollamia Bush Church are also available for wedding ceremonies.
Kimo Estate, established in 1832, is situated close to Gundagai on a working 7,000 acre farm. The homestead and 4-acre garden provide a tranquil setting for wedding ceremonies. Receptions take place in a rustic 110-year-old grain shed.
Located on a hill in Kiama, the Little Blowhole Art Bar provides ocean and countryside views. The restaurant features a tapas menu as well as changing monthly art exhibitions from local and national artists, as well as resident artist Jamie Cole.
The Gunyah, a treetop dining room, and canvas safari-style tents are part of the luxe camping experience at Paperbark Camp. Tents have polished hardwood floors, solar powered lighting, and hotel amenities. Wedding ceremonies take place at the camp or a Jervis Bay beach location.
Shoalhaven City Turf Club is a horse racing venue that hosts 14 race meets a year. The race track is set amongst peaceful bushland. The venue, which has virtually no noise restrictions, has indoor and outdoor spaces available for wedding celebrations.
Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre is situated between the Shoalhaven River and Jervis Bay. The 27 million dollar venue has two main theatres as well as the Gallery Function Room. The space features an exclusive bar, state of the art equipment, and a personal entrance.