Located at a spectacular spot overlooking the Brisbane skyline in Spring Hill, Victoria Park is an outstanding garden wedding venue with 6 event spaces with breathtaking city views.
Victoria Park is well regarded as one of the top Brisbane Wedding venues, Having won “Brisbane Wedding Venue of the Year” in 2019 & 2020 awarded by LUXLife Global Wedding Awards Program.
It is no suprise that this outdoor venue has won, so many awards as this Brisbane wedding venue really provides couples with a chance to have a luxurious wedding.
Victoria Park has all of the features you would expect from such a coveted wedding venue:
- 6 stunning ceremony & reception wedding venues
- Breathtaking city, garden & golf course views
- All rooms feature private outdoor venue decks and in-room marble bars
- Dedicated wedding planner
- Dedicated event supervisor on your wedding day
- Free on-site parking for all guests!
- A/V included in our wedding packages!
- Standard Centrepieces & Linen all included!
If you’re looking to have your wedding all in one location (which I highly suggest) at Victoria Park you can hold your ceremony on the picturesque balcony of your chosen reception venue. You could also opt for the all-weather indoor “Garden Marquee”.
Victoria Park The “All-in-one” Wedding Venue
Having a wedding all in one spot allows you to save on transport costs, but more importantly, increase the time you can spend with your family and friends on your wedding day. I’m a big advocate for the “all-in-one” approach as a wedding videographer I get to see first hand how the constant travel between bride prep, ceremony, bridal photos, and reception really squishes the time couples get to sit back and enjoy their wedding day.
Victoria Park offers a couple of stunning outdoor ceremony venue options. Of course, you can also opt to have your ceremony indoors at your chosen reception venue.
Wedding Videography at Victoria Park
Victoria Park has so many great locations for your wedding video. When it’s time for your bridal photos – you can jump on some golf carts and explore the golf course! This is fun for the bridal party and gives you access to some incredible photo spots. If you don’t have time in your wedding timeline for going out onto the course proper (I would allow at least 1 hour for this). There are still so many lovely spots within walking distance of the function centre.
The rest of your wedding guests are completely looked after with an on-site restaurant, so you can relax while you are getting your photos taken.
This wedding venue while spectacular during the day (the sunset over the Golf Course is particularly mesmerising) the whole place lights up at night, with incredible interior lighting and the backdrop of twinkling Brisbane city lights… you’ll love the view the whole time you are there!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does a wedding cost at Victoria Park?
Victoria Park has a range of options available for weddings, during peak season a minimum spend may apply. You can expect to pay $125 / $149 per person. For the full package details and inclusions, it is best to contact the venue for full and up to date details.
How many guests can we have?
You can have up to 360 reception and ceremony guests.
What kind of wedding theme or style best suits Victoria Park?
Victoria Park is perfect for a modern luxurious Brisbane wedding
What is the address?
261 Herston Rd, Herston QLD 4006, Australia. Victoria Park is set amidst the rolling green hills of Victoria Park Golf Course.
Can we have our wedding ceremony in Victoria Park?
You can absolutely have your wedding ceremony at Victoria Park, there are a number of outdoor and indoor options. Definately check out the newly opened “The Courtyard” which has a spectacular city backdrop
Can we have our wedding reception here?
Definately! You can choose between 6 different indoor venues to suit your budget and the features you are after
Is there parking on-site?
There is parking on-site
Is there a wet weather option here?
Victoria Park offers an indoor equivalent for its outdoor ceremony locations.
Can we get married here during COVID-19?
In QLD as of the 20th of December: A maximum of 200 guests can attend a wedding. See more here Dancing – no limits! Social distancing must continue to be practised and guests who are unwell should not attend A record of contact details including name, phone number, email address and date and time of patronage of each guest must be made to assist in contact tracing if required. This record must be kept for 56 days, provided to public health officers if requested where it will be securely stored and deleted after 56 days There is to be no buffet self-service. Guests are encouraged to do a sit-down reception, with individual plates served Cakes must be prepared in-house or via a supplier. The cake used for the ceremonial cutting of cake should not be served to guests