Weddings

"A marriage is a promise
That two hearts gladly make
A promise to be tender
To help, to give and take
A marriage is a promise
To be kind and understanding
To be thoughtful and considerate
Fair and undemanding
A marriage is a promise
To share one life together
A love-filled promise meant to be
Kept lovingly forever"

Anon

 

Your wedding is the most important day of your life and where better to plant the seeds of your marriage than in your Garden, The Australian Botanic Garden. 

With stunning views, natural settings, and beautiful gardens, the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan is south-west Sydney’s premier outdoor location for wedding ceremonies, photos and receptions.

Situated next to the gorgeous rural town of Camden and just 45 minutes from the CBD the Australian Botanic Garden provides rolling hills, water views, flowing grasslands, tropical rainforest and gorgeous garden beds as just a few of the possible back drops for your very special day.

There are a number of wedding ceremony, photography and reception sites at the Australian Botanic Garden including:

  • Connections Garden - pond area
  • Lakeside
  • Marquee Lawn
  • Sundial Hill
  • Fruit Loop Garden
  • The Island @ Wattle Garden 
  • Buffalo Lawn @Banksia Garden, and
  • The Undercroft @ PlantBank

But please do not be limited by this list. If you find a site in the Garden that you would like to hold your ceremony, photos or reception, please discuss with our staff.

Follow the links below for more information on:

Or for more information on holding your special day at the Garden, please contact our Functions and Events Coordinator on 02 4634 7903 or email mtannan.events@bgcp.nsw.gov.au

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Click on the image to download the Australian Botanic Garden Wedding Booklet. 

Please note: although Room with a View is listed in the Wedding Booklet as a wedding venue, due to structural issues, this venue is no longer able to be booked. Likewise, PlantBank is no longer available for receptions and can only be used for outdoor ceremonise and photography, not for receptions as listed in the booklet.

For more images of weddings in the Garden, click here.