The Yoothamurra Homestead is just 35kms from Perth city, but feels a world away. This family owned cattle farm offers a wedding weekend celebration! You have the freedom to use they space as you wish and create your day with a reflection of your own personalities. BYO beverages and you can choose to have a DIY arrangement or an all inclusive package. The Homestead sleeps a maximum of 18 people.
The trick to hosting an unforgettable event? Start with a great venue surrounded by beautiful Swan Valley bushland, throw in some tasty food and drink, and leave the dishes to Bailey Brewing Co. They can cater for everything from small bookings on the verandah to big parties with hundreds of your rellies, mates, work colleagues, and second cousins thrice removed.
Stonebarn is an elegant, self-catering, sole-use venue only available to one group or party at any one time, ensuring it is exclusively yours for the whole of your stay. The main lodge is nestled in a tranquil valley overlooking a dam stocked with trout and marron. The property is bordered by the Warren River and surrounded by state forest. With accommodation on-site, BYO alcohol and no curfew, you will certainly have a wedding to remember at Stonebarn.
10 Tips to Help you Find and Choose Your Wedding Venue in Perth
There are some amazing wedding venues in Perth and greater Western Australia. No matter your wedding budget or style, you’re sure to find something to suit your requirements. Go through this handy checklist then sit back, relax, and browse through our list of popular wedding venues in Perth.
1. Wedding Location/s
Would you like your ceremony and reception at the same location? Or different?
2. Number of Guests
How many guests would you like at your ceremony and reception? Will you have a ceremony only guest list?
3. Wedding Theme
Will your wedding have a theme? A theme could be rustic, glam, indoors, outdoors, winery, destination venue, beach, etc.
4. Wedding Budget
What is your budget? Will you receive any assistance from parents or relatives? Would you ask your guests to contribute cash in lieu of a gift?
5. Wedding Date
Narrow down some dates. Check with your VIP guests to see what dates they definitely wouldn’t be available for.
6. Special Requirements
Do you have any special requirements? Accessibility for guests – eg steps might be difficult for elderly. Is there enough car parks or access to transport options?
Do you need a backup plan in case of inclement weather? Can you move your ceremony / pre-dinner drinks somewhere if the weather is not ideal?
8. Wedding Venue Search
Reach out to a few wedding venues and check to see how well they fit your anticipated numbers, theme, and estimated budget.
9. Wedding Venue Visit
Visit your favourite venues. See if you can visit the morning of a wedding, that way you can see the venue looking absolutely amazing. Enquire about a menu tasting if you would like one.
10. Wedding Venue Contract
Review their contract. Review and make certain what is included in the package you have selected. Some venues will include entertainment, decorations and more. Other’s will let you bring in external suppliers for this, cost this out too and double check your budget.
Happy wedding planning and best wishes for a wonderful day. xx
Amazing Wedding Venues in Perth and Western Australia
WA Winery Wedding Venues
Perth and regional Western Australia has some amazing winery wedding venues. From rustic barns to sophisticated function rooms, gourmet meals to BYO caterer or food truck, the options are only limited by your imagination! Enjoy exclusive venue use, stunning photographic opportunities, amazing food and wine, and the luxury of spending your entire wedding day in the one location. Here’s our list of the winery wedding venues in WA.
A successful wedding is more than good service, food and wines. Let Sandalford Wines in the picturesque Swan Valley make your wedding day the most memorable occasion. Landscaped and manicured gardens with onsite ceremony locations, then move to one of their unique function rooms for your reception with capacities ranging from 40 to 350 guests and some with breathtaking views.
From the Sunken Garden to the cocktail lawns, the walled cook’s garden, the vineyard, the ornamental lake’s edge, gorgeous courtyards, stunning new indoor ceremony/reception venue, the farming hinterland views, pockets of natural Australian bush and hundreds of gorgeous garden moments in-between, your wedding photographer will have plenty of inspirational choice to capture the magic of your day at The Gardens At Bullimah.
Nestled in the Swan Valley, just 30 minutes from the CBD, Bailey Brewing Co. is truly a unique venue like no other. With a garden wedding feel, this beautiful West Australian Brewery offers stunning views of the surrounds with a venue space that offers a fully air-conditioned clear marquee spilling out onto the pristine grounds completely separate to the restaurant.
The Wine Chapel provides a unique wedding offering, perfect for the wine connoisseur couple or those simply wanting a sophisticated event in one of the South West’s most elegant venues. For intimate weddings the Wine Chapel can accommodate up to 30 guests while larger weddings can be accommodated on the expansive terrace.
Burrowed on the ridge of Yallingup within Western Australia – 10 minutes from Dunsborough – the Credaro Family Estate Cellar Door wedding venue is famous for its extensive array of award-winning wines and home to sweeping views across its vineyards and over the Wildwood Valley. Even better, this premium wedding venue is one of the very few in all of Australia to allow for any caterer of your choosing.
Standing proudly where the famous Busselton Jetty meets the postcard foreshore, Shelter Brewing Co is a beacon of high windows and sweeping views set against a backdrop of blue seas and orange skies – the perfect place for your next big ‘do’. Whether it’s the reception for your wedding, a post wedding recovery lunch, or a Hens/Bucks party, they’ve got all kinds of spaces for all kinds of celebrations.