Before you set foot down the aisle, you need to envision how you want to spend your wedding day. Some couples opt for the more traditional route, but others who picture saying “I do!” in a unique way. A ceremony with a little flair, a majestic backdrop, and a romantic setting could add up to a day that you and your guests will not soon forget. Several venues around Perth can provide couples the one-of-a-kind wedding venue they desire. Check out the following ceremony and reception areas in Perth so you can host the wedding of your dreams.

In no particular order, here we list the editor’s choice top unique wedding venues Perth has to offer.

 

1. Fraser’s Kings Park

This unique wedding venue in Perth opened in 1993. It is a stunning location to exchange wedding vows. Kings Park is made up of 400 hectares of parkland, and there are several spaces to accommodate parties of all sizes. An award-winning restaurant, a private dining room, and an outdoor terrace are just a few of the onsite options. The State Reception Centre has a breathtaking design, with floor-to-ceiling windows that open to a viewing platform.

Capacity: 28 to 700 guests

Type of Venue: Indoor/Outdoor

Location: West Perth

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

2. The Old Brewery

The Old Brewery is perfect for the couple that wants to get hitched at a historic location. Built by early pioneers in 1838, the building has been used for both timber and flour mills, a convict depot and a tannery before it became an iconic brewery. It presents a picturesque view on the banks of Swan River and the city skyline. There are large concertina glass doors that open to an exclusive terrace for the romantic backdrop that is to die for.

Capacity: Up to 250 guests

Type of Venue: Indoor

Location: Perth

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

3. Indiana at Cottesloe Beach

For the couples who love the oceanside, a memorable beach wedding on pristine white sands can be all the rave at Indiana Cottesloe Beach. It is an iconic landmark, and with its stunning coastal elements, wedded bliss can be possible at sunset beyond Rottnest Island. The Pavilion has high ceilings, vast windows and several panels made out of stained glass. The crisp white walls and timber floors help give it a rustic feel. There is also a private ocean room, a beach bar, and an alfresco terrace.

Capacity: Contact for more information

Type of Venue: Beach

Location: Cottesloe Beach

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

4. Perth City Farm

Perth City Farm is a not-for-profit that is a self-described “urban sanctuary. There are two beautiful spaces available, including a sizeable rustic barn that opens to a large courtyard with lush gardens and a modern warehouse-style art room that is ideal for more intimate gatherings. Both of these options have whitewashed walls, industrial flooring, high ceilings, and exposed metal beams, all of which can be easily transformed to tailor each wedding.

Capacity: Contact for more information.

Type of Venue: Indoor/Outdoor

Location: East Perth

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

5. AQWA Function Centre

This Perth wedding centre features two stunning ocean-side venues for the wedding couple who dares to be different. The AQWA Centre and The Aquarium Suite provide a beautiful backdrop with beautiful ocean views and stunning tropical fish that can be seen in an underwater tunnel. Couples can also enjoy panoramic views across the Indian Ocean and boat harbour from a private terrace.

Capacity: Up to 350 guests

Type of Venue: Indoor

Location: Hillarys

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

6. Tsunami

Are you searching for a one-of-a-kind space that has a beautiful oriental garden? The glitz and the glamour of the extravagant décor at Tsunami will create iconic images for every wedding moment. The breathtaking venue includes top quality Japanese food in its wedding packages, which can be customised to suit each event.

Capacity: Up to 340 people

Type of Venue: Indoor/Outdoor

Location: Mosman Park

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

7. Stonebarn Weddings

This unique Perth wedding venue is nestled on a 160-acre estate that features fantastic views of the forest, truffiere, and the river. There is a stone lodge that embodies comfort and refinement. A self-catering venue also gives its couples and guests exclusive access throughout the event. A gazebo brings a sense of rustic charm, and a dam that runs from a verandah can be a cozy site overlooking the water.

Capacity: Contact for more information

Type of Venue: Outdoor

Location: North Perth

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

8. Laurelville Manor

A romantic place like no other, Laurelville was built in 1896, and it features excellent architectural and country history. It was once home to a family for six generations, and the turn-of-the-century Edwardian two-storey homestead includes verandahs, gables, and turrets. Located on three acres, the landscape overlooks York and Avon valley; the venue has gorgeous sweep views of the area.

Capacity: Contact for more information.

Type of Venue: Outdoor

Location: York

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

9. The Left Bank

The Left Bank has become a popular venue for couples who want a more laid-back ceremony. It is set on the banks of the Swan River and features two function areas for special events.  There are panoramic views of the waterways, and customisable wedding packages to fit any budget.

Capacity: 70 to 150 guests

Type of Venue: Waterfront

Location: East Fremantle

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for price information.

 

10. The Quarry Amphitheatre

The Quarry Amphitheatre provides one of the most scenic venues in all of Perth. The history of the site began as a limestone quarry that employed more than 50 workers. After ceasing operations in 1906, the quarry was abandoned for 80 years before it was converted. Both Perry Lakes and Bold Park surround it. This wedding venue is renowned for the atmosphere and natural bushland setting. Limestone walls, lawn terraces, and views of the Perth skyline are just a few of the perks, as there is also a beach nearby that would be perfect for wedding photos.

Capacity: Contact for more information.

Type of Venue: Outdoor

Location: City Beach

Price: Contact a wedding coordinator for more information.

 

Conclusion

Few details are more important than knowing whom you wish to spend the rest of your life with and picking a venue that suits your individual love story can be a hard choice to make. The critical thing to consider in a wedding venue is deciding what kind of story you want to tell. Not every wedding is meant to be the same, and couples should enjoy the special day in as many beautiful ways as possible. Just make sure the Perth wedding venue fits your guest list and budget, too.

 

Check out our editor’s choice list of the

 

Best Wedding Venues in Australia

 

Western Australia

Margaret River

Perth

Swan Valley

 

Victoria

Ballarat

Bendigo

Dandenong Ranges

Geelong

Gippsland

Macedon Ranges

Melbourne

Mildura

Mornington Peninsula

Swan Hill

Yarra Valley

 

New South Wales

Blue Mountains

Byron Bay

Hunter Valley

South Coast

Southern Highlands

Sydney

Wollongong

 

Queensland

Brisbane

Gold Coast

Sunshine Coast

 

South Australia

Adelaide

 

Tasmania

Hobart

 

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra