New South Wales:

Rosman Cruises 

If you’re not afraid to shell out and be extra extravagant on your wedding day, try getting married on a cruise ship. Rosman Cruises have been leaders in the Sydney Harbour charter industry for almost a century. They have five charming ferries to choose from, perfect for any occasion. They offer a range of services including corporate and wedding transfers, private harbour cruises, history tours, and are the perfect venue for a special function while cruising Sydney Harbour.

Your wedding photos must be very pretty and memorable and getting married on Rosman Cruises could help attain it. The views of the water and the sunset are breathtaking. Love the ocean but find beach weddings too boring? Try this one, you will certainly have the ride of your life.

 

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The Yard at the Lock Up, Mid North Coast

The Lock-Up is a unique cultural destination located in the heart of Newcastle’s heritage precinct. The building was originally Newcastle’s Police Station and Lock-Up from 1861 to 1982 and is an important example of colonial government architecture.

Now operating as a contemporary art space and inner city creative hub, the heritage listed building includes a purpose-built gallery space, rare heritage listed cells, an event and installation space in what was the former exercise yard, and an onsite apartment for multi-disciplinary residencies.

Going to be a southern belle for your wedding? The rustic feels of The Yard is too appropriate, you can’t say no.

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Cell Block Theatre, National Art School

Another prison block turned into a multi-use venue that’s very appropriate for weddings. The Cell Block Theatre is a grand historic space in the heart of Sydney. Hidden behind a wall of hand-hewn sandstone, the Venue and the sheltered campus grounds around it are available for hire.

The impression of the old cells still lingers with traces of the curved stone staircases climbing 3 stories high, the narrow barred windows, the rough sandstone edges that mark the cells and the solid iron doorway. The stone walls and wooden floors keep the simplicity of the space focused on the history that has been and this makes for a very unique venue for many different types of events.

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Bangarra Dance Theatre

Located at the Sydney Harbour end of the Pier, with spectacular views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Luna Park, the Bangarra Room captures the life of Sydney Harbour and is a prestigious location for any event.

Bangarra’s Theatre is a large multi-function space which can be used as a fully equipped theatre for stage productions, rehearsals and auditions. It can also service as a conference space seating 210 theatre style using retractable seating with a viewing gallery. The Theatre has tarkett floor throughout, in-built sound system and lighting capability.

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PYD Warehouse

The PYD building has been designed to host large and small events with three open plan levels featuring an extravagant staircase, soaring ceilings, natural light, suspension systems, lighting tracks and an elite audio visual system. Its versatility and style means that it can be designed and decorated to suit any event. Boasting 25 undercover car parking spaces and ample street parking, the PYD building is easily accessible.

 

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