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Australian Rockery Lawn

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Wedding Ceremony Application
Step 1 - Ceremony Details
Start / end time *
Please note this time includes set up and pack down
This allows for up to 2 supplier vehicles to access the Garden. (Maximum 2 escorts – Fees apply)
Please refer to Terms & Conditions for permitted items. No vehicle access is permitted in the Garden without a pre-booked ranger escort

Nestled amongst the trees, this intimate lawn looks out across Sydney Harbour towards the Heads and is within walking distance from the Opera House. It's a lovely, uniquely Australian setting for your wedding and photographs.

Where

Australian Rockery Lawn
The Royal Botanic Garden
Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney

Rate Card

$810 for the first 2 hours, $270 additional hourly fee (maximum booking is 4 hours)
View full rate card

Capacity

Up to 100 guests

Contact

For booking please contact
events@rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Transport Info

Public transport recommended. Limited parking available
FAQs
  • Exclusive use of the location for two hours. Additional time can be added at an extra fee. Please refer to the rate card (maximum four hours). This includes set-up and pack-down time.
  • Wedding photography.
  • Signage reserving the area.
  • Up to two tables.
  • Seating for up to 30 people, or up to 100 people inside the Palm House.
  • Flower displays or columns.
  • Carpet or runner (no rubber backing).
  • A bridal arch, chuppah, mandap, gazebo or similar ceremony cover. All structures must be weighted, not pegged. Maximum size is 3 m x 3 m.

No decorations can be attached to trees, buildings or other structures. Pegs or spikes are not allowed in the lawns and all items must be weighted. Balloons, party streamers, sparklers, fireworks (any form), fires (including kerosene lamps) and bamboo torches are not permitted. Please note that while we do not have equipment for hire, we can provide a list of suppliers who use the Garden on a regular basis.

Our wedding was the perfect day and we could not have asked for a better venue than the Royal Botanic Garden.
Samantha 2016
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