The Flour Factory
Originally established in the 19th Century as a flour mill, the Flour Factory is a double story building with two event rooms and an ambient rooftop garden. Suited to cocktail weddings or an intimate sit-down dinner, the Flour Factory is equipped with exposed beams and white walls for that inner-city appeal.
This industrial warehouse has an irresistible urban aesthetic that makes it feel as though you’re celebrating with friends in a world of your own. With high ceilings, white walls and exposed brick for a touch of character, Friday’s Studio allows you to really get creative with your vision, or opt for minimalist approach and take advantage of the clean and crisp open space.
If you’re looking for a blank canvas space to facilitate your wedding styling dreams, then Stackwood Hall might fit the bill. A minimal warehouse with quintessential white walls, concrete floor and exposed beams, Stackwood is a unique environment for a wedding because it somehow channels an intimate atmosphere despite its structural sense of vacancy.
The Raw Kitchen
A plant based restaurant by day, The Raw Kitchen is a haven for wholesome foods and warm dining experience. Above the restaurant you’ll discover an intimate warehouse available for wedding hire with just the right amount of space to create relaxed and casual celebration. This venue is ideal for the couple who prefers a plant-based wedding menu and doesn’t mind sharing a raw dessert here and there.
Kidogo Arthouse has an unmistakably rustic appeal. This is in part due to its historical origins as a local gallery, hence the exposed beams and gorgeous white walls. The building is primely positioned to overlook Bather’s Beach – a stunning backdrop for your wedding ceremony or reception celebration – and has a convenient courtyard area where the party can trickle outside and guests can move around as they please.
Moore & Moore
It’s always nice when a venue has a dynamic spacial offering. Moore & Moore is a cosy cafe with several front rooms suited to an intimate dinner or cocktail reception. The courtyard area can also be utilised as a stunning ceremony area or outdoor spot for your guests to wander outside and celebrate with you under the stars.
Filled with eclectic decor and a boatload of charisma, this small bar has all the right components for an inner-city wedding celebration. Tucked away on Wolf Lane, this bar of the same name can host a cocktail reception of up to 120 people, or become the grungy setting for you to exchanges “I-do’s.”
Wharncliffe Mill Bush Retreat
If you’re a nature-loving couple looking to have your wedding at a barn-yard location, then check out the Wharncliffe Miss Bush Retreat in the Bromley National Park. This serene spot will bring out your childlike sense of adventure, with an exciting ‘camping’ atmosphere that fills the air – think Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom. But if you’re not into camping in the full sense of the word, never fear, the retreat can accomodate 100 guests for a minimum two nights stay.
Perth City Farm
Perth City Farm marries a barn-yard atmosphere with the urban aesthetic of a city venue. A dynamic space with a variety of nooks available for hire, Perth City Farm is a unique spot that lends itself to a more casual dining experience (and plenty of DIY’s). There is no catering onsite so we recommend opting for grazing tables, food trucks or bowl-style meals to match the laidback nature of the venue.
Villa Kula Tent House
This unique venue is like something out of a movie. It’s luxe and sophisticated with all the exotic charm of a ‘glamping’ experience. The Villa Kula Tent House is an enchanting environment, with white furnishings and industrial accents, available for private dinners and wedding services by request.
The Old Pickle Factory
As the name suggests, this warehouse space was originally built in 1917 as site for pickle and vinegar production. Yes, we do love pickles, but we’re glad that The Old Pickle Factory has become such a unique and flexible event space, perfect for an urban wedding or engagement party.