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VENUE ROUND-UP: Best Byron Bay wedding venues

It doesn’t take a scrap of imagination to figure out why the Byron Bay region has been considered a wedding goldmine for years. Between the ocean proximity, the damn-good eating and drinking and the charming townships of the surrounding hinterland, it’s the kind of place you can get hitched at and then hang around to honeymoon.

The venues below are scattered throughout the Byron Bay region and each and every one of them has something special to offer. Whether you’re after ocean views, a century old farmhouse or an iconic barn, we’ve got you covered.


Featured image Forget Me Not Weddings, captured by Shane Shepherd


Three Blue Ducks Byron Bay

An idea brought to life by a group of friends with a passion for sustainable, ethically sourced produce, Three Blue Ducks at The Farm Byron Bay is one of the area’s most popular spots for weddings, events and weekend playdates. Set on 80 acres of countryside just minutes from the town centre, the cafe has an incredible, industrial shed interior that can easily host long table feasts. Not to mention, a relaxed deck and paved area to string those festoon lights and dance the night away.

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Photo credit: Brendan Back.

Byron View Farm

Perched atop one of the highest points in Byron Bay this 100 year old farm house is privy to spectacular 360 degree views. And take it from us, they are jaw-dropping (we spent a week here and almost cried when we left). With secluded on-site accommodation for you and your newly betrothed and the option to BYO alcohol, planning a wedding here is a breeze. And a beautiful one at that.

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Photo credit: Amelia Fullarton

Hinterland House

Dating back to 1906, Hinterland House is a little piece of history that’s loved by locals and travellers alike. Nestled in a beautiful macadamia orchard, it boasts sweeping views, a pool and luxury accommodation for 18 guests. There’s plenty of space to dine on the deck, or plenty of lawn for a marquee. It’s also conveniently located just minutes from the town of Bangalow.

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Photo credit: Lisa Smith.

Forget Me Not Weddings

A 100 acre working cattle farm, this DIY property has everything you could think of to create a picture perfect ceremony and reception. Overlooking a large lake and surrounded by prizewinning gardens and rainforest plantings, it’s a tranquil and relatively secret spot that doesn’t need to too much dressing. There’s onsite accommodation for four.

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Photo credit: Bianca Virtue.

The Belongil

An open plan restaurant overlooking Belongil Beach, this laid back space is a good choice for a few reasons: 1) You can have a beautiful beach ceremony. 2) You don’t have to organise much (furniture, food and staff are all included). And 3) You’re only a 10 minute walk from Byron Bay’s town centre. What’s not to love?

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Photo credit: Belongil Bistro.

Nightcap Ridge

A new-ish Byron Bay wedding venue, Nightcap Ridge in one of the region’s most unique and private offerings. Set on 70 acres inside Nightcap National Park, it’s a glamorous yet relaxed setting with an all-weather reception space and three cottages that sleep 30 (there’s additional showers for Glamping guests too). Think of it like your favourite camping adventure but with all the fancy trimmings of a wedding.

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Ewingsdale Hall

This heritage listed hall lives on a quiet street just outside Byron Bay and is surrounded by beautiful fig trees. It’s the prefect blank canvas wedding venue, with high ceilings and white panelled walls and the flexibility to hire all your own vendors. There’s a picturesque church next door and plenty of well maintained lawn for outdoor bonfires, food trucks or ceremonies.Too

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Byron Bay’s Magical Tooraloo Farm Stay

Tooraloo Farm Stay is a masterpiece of sorts, created by renowned artist Concetta Antico. Using a curated selection of vintage shutters, antique doors and stained glass windows, she has lovingly restored this 1900 federation estate. Perched on 12 acres of pristine pastureland, amenities include a large pool, vintage cabana for dining and entertainment, fire pit, barbecue hut and adorable farm animals.

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Photo credit: Love Her Wild.

Bangalow Bowlo

Bangalow Bowlo is a local institution that has become a popular wedding venue since partnering with One Green Acre who work collaboratively with small batch, local farmers and growers to produce local, seasonal food. It’s made this all-inclusive space even more attractive, and an ideal location for pre and post-wedding festivities too.

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Photo credit: Love Her Wild.

Midginbil Eco Resort

For the ultimate adult sleepover look no further than Midginbil Eco Resort – a 400 acre farm in the Nightcap Range National Park with accommodation for 120 guests plus glamping. There’s also a rustic barn (seats 150) and a bonfire area. But the biggest perk? This place is yours for three full days of festivities.

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Photo credit: Todd Hunter McGaw.

Bangalow A&I Hall

This historic hall built in 1911 is a unique and affordable wedding venue set within the grounds of Bangalow Showground. Inside features high cathedral ceilings and a mezzanine floor, as well as an industrial kitchen, bathrooms and disabled access. For creative couples wanting to handpick their own suppliers, this place is a steal.

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Ready to check out more wedding venues in NSW? How about across Australia? Or even New Zealand?

Find amazing vendors to service a Byron Bay wedding right here.

3rd September, 2017

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