Everyone loves a holiday at Byron Bay. Wide sandy beaches, plenty of sunshine and gorgeous surroundings. So it makes sense that it’s also hitting the popularity stakes when it comes to weddings. Today, I’m rounding up seven of my favourite Byron Bay garden wedding venues.
The gorgeous Cedia At Byron Bay is located on 90 acres of rolling hills in the Byron hinterland. The private property can host weddings of up to 200 guests allowing for stunning views, marquees and plenty of dancing under the stars.
Now presumably you are marrying in Byron Bay because you love the beach, so Beach Byron Bay is definitely going to tick all of your Summer loving boxes. Located right by the beach, the venue gives your guests panoramic views of the sea as they enjoy a feast from the venue’s award winning chefs and watch the sun set over the sea (and if the weather is nice, they’ll even retract the roof for a gorgeous open air reception!).
Want to combine the sweetest of little houses with beautiful rolling hills and incredible scenery? Then let me introduce you to Byron View Farm. Just ten minutes from the sea, the farm can cater for a maximum of 140 guests with options of marrying inside the sweet cottage or underneath a grander marquee.
Coorabella is a stunning private property (only available on request). Set on 100 acres of lush, green rolling hills in the Byron Bay hinterland, the property is filled with beautiful stain glass windows, amazing trees (perfect for ceremonies) a sprawling verandah and even a stately pool.
Located in an original farmhouse, Fig Tree Restaurant has so many beautiful options for your wedding- marry by the pool, celebrate under the stars, dine in the restaurant or make use of the wide open lawns and the beautiful views. And the food? Well it’s some of Byron Bay’s best!
Always a favourite for French inspired chic, the beautiful chateau of Deux Belettes sets the scene for a stylish Byron Bay celebration. This luxury bed and breakfast is set on 30 acres providing a multitude of options for an intimate wedding, My favourite – the beautiful stone archway which seems like the perfect setting for a long table of wedding guests.
For something a little more urban, well – as urban as Byron Bay can get, while still having that magic garden feel – then Secret Garden Byron Bay fits the bill. This whimsical garden, filled with treasures like an old school bus, art sculptures and more, includes beautiful landscaping which includes magnificent African boag trees and cacti. There’s wide verandahs, a restaurant and accommodation that will truly give you an all in one venue.