sydney wedding venues

Choosing your wedding venue is almost as big a commitment as choosing your groom! The choice of venue will set the tone, atmosphere, and level for formality for the ceremony and reception. The venue is also often one of the biggest items in a bride’s budget, making the choice of location a particularly important decision. If you’re getting married in bustling Sydney, you might be overwhelmed with your choice of venues. To help narrow down your options, here are the top three places to get married in Sydney.

WatervieW In Bicentennial Park

For the perfect mix of modern architecture nestled in a natural park surrounding, consider WatervieW in Bicentennial Park. With several rooms to choose from, WatervieW is designed to suite a variety of event styles. Modern brides will love the floor to ceiling glass windows in the Lake Room and outdoorsy couples will enjoy cocktail hour on the outdoor terrace of the Park Room. Complimentary on-site parking is a bonus for guests.

Cala Luna

For the couple who love sailing and the sea, consider a wedding at Cala Luna Middle Harbour Yacht Club. This waterfront venue offers stunning views of the harbour and an award-winning menu. The wedding team at Cala Luna is highly experienced and can customize their services to suit your budget and style. Cala Luna was also the Runner-Up at the 2014 Annual Bridal Industry Awards.


If you’re looking for a romantic destination wedding without the hassle and travel-costs, consider Allegro. Just 35 minutes from Sydney, Allegro is a luxury Mediterranean-style villa on extensive private property. The grounds include private gardens and a terrace bar, while the villa features an open fireplace and glamourous candelabras. Allegro offers the privacy and convenience of a full-service wedding destination that will be yours exclusively on your wedding day.

Whether you’re looking for a modern venue, a waterfront wedding, or a private getaway, these top three Sydney wedding venues are the perfect place to host your special day. Which of these venues is your favourite?