We adore the charm of little white wedding chapels here at Polka Dot Bride and today, we decided to hunt down some of the gorgeous little white wedding chapels in Australia we have discovered over the past few years. From chapels to churches, to religious and non-denominational!
The Little Church At Spring Hill is a long time favourite of mine- located right at the gateway of the famous Spring Hill Peony Farm between Kyneton and Daylesford. Its beautiful white wash floors and historic timber floors give a neutral, beautiful backdrop for a wedding. It was built in the 1890’s, and the little church can hold about 80 people.
In sleepy Glendon, New South Wales sits Little Paddocks Chapel – about to undergo restoration, this gorgeous little white wedding chapel makes a beautiful backdrop for your wedding day with its wide open fields.
Right outside Maleny on the Sunshine Coast, Little White Wedding Church has a more modern vibe to it, with a little vintage glam. Polished wooden floors, a mirrored backdrop and chandeliers give this sweet white wedding chapel a little touch of luxe. Fully air conditioned in manicured gardens, Little White Wedding Church can accommodate 119 guests.
Beautiful 1906 built Trenavin Chapel sits on a clifftop overlooking Western Port Bay in Victoria. The property not only boasts this sweet white wedding chapel, it also has rolling green hills (beautiful for a marquee) and a gorgeous Summer House. The chapel can accommodate 110 guests.
Not to leave our city loving couples out, High Church is Brisbane provides a beautiful white wedding chapel backdrop for your ceremony and reception. The venue can accommodate 250 guests for a cocktail wedding or 120 for a sit-down celebration. With pitched ceilings in the rooms, chandeliers and polished floorboards – all with white walls, the modern blank canvas of this venue is sure to suit no matter your wedding style.
One of the few churches on our list that still has a denomination associated with it, St Pauls Anglican Church, Jarrahdale in Western Australia is a beautiful white wedding church of Anglican denomination. Built in 1896, the church is filled with handmade details – right down to the handmade nails! The white picket fence completes the beautiful storybook-like picture.
Chateau Wyuna, in the heart of the Dandenong Ranges, is this gorgeous little gingerbread house chapel surrounded by lush forest complete with the reception hall. The sweet chapel can host 80 seated or 110 including standing guests and comes complete with ringing of the original church bells.
The gorgeous Summergrove Estate, located in the Tweed shire, houses tis gorgeous white chapel with beautiful Australian timber doors. The stunning setting overlooks amazing views, right from the enormous windows the chapel. Summergrove Estate’s white wedding chapel can accommodate 130 guests.
Image by CNJ Photography
In the beautiful Hunter Valley, Lovedale Wedding Chapel gives couples an all in one experience – the chapel setting the scene for the ceremony and the on-site reception centre and accommodation facility allowing the party to continue all night long. The handcrafted pews allow for 108 guests.
Photo by Aria Photography
We may have cheated a little with this open air chapel at Yarra Valley Estate, but to be fair it is little and it is white! This sweet little chapel allows you and your guests to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding Yarra Valley while still taking on a “chapel” atmosphere. One Chapel that is unforgettable!
In sweet Woombye, sits The Wedding Chapel. This gorgeous 100-year-old chapel boasts beautiful grounds and historic features with enough room for your entire celebration to unfold.
Photo by Luke Middlemiss
Annabella The Wedding Chapel is located right on the Sunshine Coast. Designed by the owner Judy, the chapel makes the most of the lush surrounds and features beautiful antique details- from French antique gates, 100-year-old wooden pews and a gorgeous English pub table.
For tropical loving couples, St Marys By The Sea Port Douglas is surrounded by palm trees and seats 100 guests. This lovely white chapel was built in 1914 and now with a traditional church bell and wooden pews sets the scene for coastal loving brides.
The sunny Gold Coast is home to the Rotary Broadwater Chapel By The Sea. This sweet waterside chapel was reinvigorated as a community project and now acts as a beautiful spot for wedding ceremonies. The chapel can seat 40 guests with a further 60 able to be accommodated outside.