Here is a list of venues in the Blue Mountains, Australia. This has been updated for 2020 as well. The Blue Mountains are amazing for a whole host of amazing warehouses, rustic venues, and stunning wedding venues with gorgeous mountain views. I’ve captured almost every venue in the Blue Mountains. If you notice that one is left off of the list and you’d like to see it on the list, swing me an email at email@example.com. In time I’ll update this with photos of each venue and more text. If you have any questions or want to know my thoughts on a particular venue, please contact me.
What makes a wedding in the blue mountains perfect for you?
The Blue mountains are one of the most stunning backdrops in all of Australia. Iconic and massive, The Blue Mountains are one of New South Wales National Parks, and are nestled about an hour’s drive away from Sydney. Wedding venues in the Blue Mountains take advantage of the gorgeous scenery and proximity to Sydney, meaning that it won’t take you long to travel to this incredible national park.
If you’re the sort of couple that is obsessed with beautiful australian mountains, then the blue mountains are the perfect place for you.
What season is best to have a blue mountains wedding?
The blue mountains are busy with tourists most of the year, although the wedding seasons in Australia are typically from September to May, with a slight dip between December and January, just as the temperatures can reach a high of up to 29°C.
Many couples prefer to have a wedding somewhere from September to November, and February to May, so that the heat isn’t too much. If you feel particularly adventurous, you can also have a winter wedding, which may also mean that some venues are cheaper.
What other activities are there to do when having a blue mountains wedding?
There are some amazing things to do in The Blue Mountains. Lots of incredible adventures are in store for you if you are in staying in the local area in and around your wedding:
Glow worm tunnels – Travel North a short while and you’ll be able to see the Glow worm tunnels at Newnes Plateau.
Tonnes of waterfalls – my personal favourites are Nellies Glen, and Wentworth Falls.
Japanese Bath House – This hot spring is styled just like a Japanese Bath house, and is a short drive away in South Bowenfels.
Lincoln’s Rock – One of the most iconic lookout spots in the Blue Mountains
Caving in Jenolan Caves – If you’re feeling like a bit more of a high octane adventure, you can always go caving in Jenolan caves.
If you’re instead thinking about eloping and having a more private ceremony, The Blue mountains provides one of the best elopement locations in all of Australia. Eloping in the blue mountains is for couples who prefer to have a more intimate ceremony, with stunning views, and best of all, for totally free.
The following locations are some of the best elopement locations in the Blue Mountains:
Sunset rock lookout
Let’s chat about designing your dream wedding or elopement!