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The 8 best country & beach wedding locations in WA


Many people across the world have fantasised about their dream wedding - and when it comes to weddings, getting the perfect wedding venue is paramount.

Despite being just one element of the entire wedding, it is a significant one that impacts the rest of the ceremony. Finding the right wedding venue takes time, planning and dedication - and if you’re looking at a country or beach holiday destination for your celebration, then we can help.

Here we’ll take a look through some of the best locations across Western Australia and showcase everything they each have to offer so that you can make an informed decision. Both your wedding ceremony and reception should be how you want them to be - and our guide can help make the selection process easier.

Wedding locations in the southwest

Including quaint and picturesque areas such as Margaret River, Walpole and Pemberton, it makes sense as to why the southwest region became a popular spot for many couples to spend their wedding day.

1. Bunkers Beach House

Located in the town of Dunsborough, Bunker Bay provides some of the most stunning beach backdrops in WA.

Married couple walking towards Bunkers Beach House in Dunsborough, WA.

Married couple walking towards Bunkers Beach House in Dunsborough, WA. Image source: Bunkers Beach House.

After a ceremony on the beach, head back to Bunkers Beach House. Walk into the restaurant for the wedding reception with an open fireplace and many ocean views through the large glass doors.

Whether you’re planning a sunny summer wedding or a cosy winter one, Bunkers Beach House is a wedding venue to remember.

2. Aravina Estate

If you want your dream wedding to be luxurious, then look no further than Aravina Estate. Chandeliers fill the Grand Chardonnay room, the lake sits as a beautiful setting from the view of the Garden Marquee and the executive chef provides the choice of degustation or cocktail style menus.

View over water at marquee sitting next to Aravina Estate near Margaret River, WA.

View over water at marquee sitting next to Aravina Estate near Margaret River, WA. Image source: Aravina Estate.

With so many options for a ceremony and reception venue, Aravina Estate can cater to your every need and set the scene as a unique wedding venue to remember. Riverview Tourist Park - located 30 minutes away - is a great affordable accommodation option for you and your guests.

3. Xanadu

Wineries often make for good wedding reception venues and the award-winning Xanadu - found right in the heart of Margaret River - is a perfect example of this.

Wedding ceremony set up with table and chairs at Xanadu Wines in Margaret River.

Wedding ceremony set up with table and chairs at Xanadu Wines in Margaret River. Image source: Xanadu Wines.

With a hybrid event space that allows for both indoor and outdoor ceremonies, you’ll be able to enjoy your wedding day regardless of the weather - making this one of the most popular wedding venues in the region.

Wine lovers, take note - this is a wedding venue you do not want to pass up. Right up the road from the Margaret River Tourist Park, quality accommodation is also easy to come by.

4. Wills Domain

Sitting atop the rolling Yallingup hills 30 minutes north of Margaret River, Wills Domain Winery is an excellent location for your wedding venue.

Wedding reception and glow up LOVE sign at Wills Domain.

Wedding reception and glow up LOVE sign at Wills Domain. Image source: Wills Domain.

Whether you’re planning a smaller or larger wedding, their redesigned and refurbished homestead, restaurant and cellar door allows for many different seating configurations for your wedding reception and ceremony.

With award-winning wines and fine dining available alongside the option to house self-catering, Wills Domain brings a level of flexibility that can eclipse even the most contemporary wedding venues in Perth.

Wedding locations in the Kimberley and Pilbara

If you’re planning a wedding in northern Western Australia, there are plenty of options to explore throughout areas including Broome, Geraldton and beyond. With their own great beach locations, local wineries and estates, you’ll be spoiled for choice - so let us detail some for you.

5. Nukara Farm

Being a short drive outside of Geraldton, Nukara Farm provides a unique eco-friendly wedding experience.

Outdoor country wedding ceremony at Nukara Farm in WA's north.

Outdoor country wedding ceremony at Nukara Farm in WA's north. Image source: Nukara Farm.

Providing a stunning setting for your wedding day, everyone can celebrate while embracing the surrounding nature. Their 3-day wedding packages provide excellent flexibility to allow for a perfect day, both small and large.

If you’re looking for a country wedding set under the stars, Nukara Farm is happy to provide and help you make lifelong memories. Accommodation at Geraldton Belair Gardens Caravan Park is a great option for somewhere to stay nearby the venue.

6. Cable Beach

With the Indian Ocean as a backdrop, Cable Beach has plenty of areas available to you if you’re craving a beach wedding. An added bonus of housing your wedding here is that different areas of the beach are available to you depending on the size of your guest list.

Newly web couple enjoying sun at beachsite wedding near Cable Beach, WA.

Whether you’re saying your vows under the night sky at the Cable Beach Amphitheatre or celebrating by the ochre-red-tinged Gantheaume Point, the wedding ceremony and reception area options are to die for.

7. Prices’ Paradise

A private, family-owned property, Prices’ Paradise is a hidden gem when it comes to wedding venues.

Beautiful floral wedding setup at Prices' Paradise.

Beautiful floral wedding setup at Prices' Paradise. Image source: Prices' Paradise.

Located 15 minutes out of Broome, the Kimberley region’s bushland is on full display and creates one of the best country backdrops you’ll see for a rustic wedding venue this far north. When looking for a place to stay, Broome Caravan Park provides a peaceful and relaxing retreat for the entire wedding party.

8. Matso’s Broome Brewery

Broome is very proud of its history, and one location with its history nested in Broome is Matso’s Broome Brewery.

Matso's Broome Brewery.

Matso's Broome Brewery. Image source: Matso's Brewing.

An award-winning microbrewery is an excellent option for a wedding venue with a difference, offering a wedding reception able to house anything from stand up cocktails to lavish seated meals.

Being in the heart of Broome itself, Matso’s pride themselves on providing a setting that reflects the lifestyle of the Kimberley, meaning you will want to keep them on your radar when planning a wedding in the region.

Plan your wedding the right way

Planning a wedding is a long process, and location is one of the biggest factors. Trading in the Perth city skyline and Swan River views for a country or beach wedding can end up being one of the best decisions you make.

If you’re looking to spend a few days away during the wedding, booking your accommodation in advance will save you the trouble of finding a last-minute place to stay. You can also take a look at what the local area has to offer so you make the most of your trip.

Frequently asked questions

  • Why is choosing the right wedding venue important?

    Choosing the right wedding venue is crucial because it impacts the rest of the ceremony. It is a significant element of the entire wedding, and it sets the tone for the entire celebration. A perfect wedding venue can make your day memorable, and it is essential to select a location that reflects your style and preferences.

  • What are some popular wedding locations in Western Australia?

    Western Australia has many picturesque locations for weddings. The southwest region, including Margaret River, Walpole, and Pemberton, is a popular spot for weddings. Bunkers Beach House, Aravina Estate, Xanadu, and Wills Domain are some of the popular wedding venues in the area. The Kimberley and Pilbara regions also offer many options for weddings, including Cable Beach, Prices' Paradise, Nukara Farm, and Matso's Broome Brewery.

  • What should I consider when planning a wedding in Western Australia?

    When planning a wedding in Western Australia, you should consider the location, the venue, and the accommodation for yourself and your guests. It is also essential to check the local attractions and activities that the area has to offer. You can also consult a wedding planner or use a guide to help you choose the right location and venue that fits your preferences and budget.

21 October 2021

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