Your Guide to the Most Unique Wedding Venues in Brisbane
Our Brisbane Venue Specialists have searched all over the city to find the most unique wedding venues, and they’ve got some great tips to help you on your planning journey.
VenueCrew Specialist Tip #1: There are lots of ways to be unique
It helps to keep an open mind when you’re searching for a unique wedding venue in Brisbane. For some couples, choosing to host their wedding ceremony and reception outdoors, in public or private gardens, or on a farm is different from the norm. For others, they’re looking for circus-style strangeness with pyrotechnics and jaw dropping architecture. Don’t lock yourself into one idea of a “unique” venue, especially when you can bring a sense of individuality with decor, furnishings, and exciting suppliers into your venue.
At the Emporium Hotel in South Bank, weddings take place amongst the clouds. Their rooftop pool area is a stunning spot to exchange vows, and the city central backdrop to your wedding photos will draw a gasp from everyone. With beautiful touches of timber and plant life, as well as the crystal clear water, this venue is certainly one you haven’t seen before. Download the Emporium Hotel South Bank brochure.
VenueCrew Specialist Tip #2: Don’t forget the necessities
Unique accommodation is all the rage right now; treehouse hammocks, tiny houses, and converted buses, but remember that your wedding venue still has to tick some basic boxes: access to bathrooms, room for guests to mingle, sit, and eat, and an area for caterers to set up and serve.
At Walkabout Creek, you get the best of both worlds. Just half an hour from the Brisbane CBD, this rainforest retreat is a serene escape from traditional venues. You and your guests will wind your way through the towering trees to the decked ceremony spot, then enjoy a reception with incredible views through the forest. Download the Walkabout Creek brochure here.