5 NSW venue’s with the WOW factor
The best wedding venues throughout New South Wales
St Michael’s Golf
This little waterfront gem is extra special. Established in 1938, St Michael’s Golf is steeped in history. Located within the Kamay Botany Bay National Park, the venue is conscious about the local flora and fauna and has implemented environmental programs that reduce the carbon footprint and protect the endangered species of the region. Of course, the location makes for beautiful scenic photos like no other. Surrounded by the Pacific Coast, the venue’s Tasman Room is the ultimate affordable option for your wedding day. It caters for up to 140 guests seated or 200 cocktail style and offers a balcony with 180-degree water views of the Botany Bay peninsula.
Jennifer Street, Little Bay NSW 2036
P: 02 9326 8000
Angelo’s on the Bay
Panoramic water and park views that will make you feel like you never want to leave — this waterside location ticks all the boxes. Boasting spectacular views, innovative seafood cuisine, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and a verandah, Angelo’s on the Bay will have you and your guests in absolute awe. Able to accommodate up to 120 guests, the venue’s exquisite dining, professional service and pleasant atmosphere will ensure that your big day is one to remember. Angelo’s on the Bay has received many accolades, including the Restaurant & Catering Association award for Best Neighbourhood Restaurant in 2005 and first prize for Inner West Fine Dining Restaurant in 2006 and 2007. Couples can be assured they’re in capable hands.
Prince Edward Park, Phillips Street, Cabarita NSW 2137
P: 02 9743 2225
Lachlans Old Government House
With its rich history and 200-acre parkland, the Old Government House in Parramatta is the perfect backdrop for both formal and informal celebrations. Luckily, history buffs and other couples alike can get married at Lachlans, home to one of Sydney’s longest-standing hospitality teams. In operation for 35 years, the restaurant has a dedicated team that tailors packages exclusively for each wedding. Having trouble planning your nuptials? Panic not. With its exceptional service, the venue offers an amazing suite of suppliers for celebrants, ceremonies, flowers, photographers, entertainers and more. The food and menu packages are diverse, with the restaurant offering a fusion of cuisines and catering to a range of traditions including European, Indian, Middle Eastern, Christian, Hindu and Muslim. An ideal location for outdoorsy types, couples will be wowed by the beautiful lawns set under jacaranda trees with views of the river and a large sandstone courtyard. And if the weather is not on side, Lachlans offers a stunning marquee as backup.
Old Government House, Parramatta Park, Pitt Street, Parramatta 2150
P: 02 9687 2662
Sydney Glass Island
Offering 360-degree views of Sydney Harbour, Sydney Glass Island is a beautifully designed masterpiece. Couples and guests will feel fully immersed in the iconic setting of the city skyline, providing an unforgettable landscape for your wedding ceremony or reception. With more than 16 years’ experience in the wedding industry, Sydney Glass Island’s enthusiastic and dedicated team will ensure your big day is the most unique and memorable experience possible.
Level 1, 77 Bay Street, Glebe NSW 2037
P: 02 9552 4233
Manly Golf Club
If you don’t know where to start with planning your wedding, then Manly Golf Club may be your venue of choice. With three beautiful ceremony locations as well as a gorgeous chapel, Manly Golf Club offers couples the chance to have their wedding and reception in the same stunning location. In operation for more than 100 years and as a four-time Australian Bridal Industry Academy award winner, including the sought-after Designer of Dreams Award in 2013, Manly Golf Club has the expertise and passion to turn your ideal wedding into a reality.
38–40 Balgowlah Road, Manly NSW 2095
P: 02 9948 0256