winter wedding

4 Australian winter wedding destinations

Having your wedding during the cooler months may seem odd at first, but if you’re looking to host a unique and unforgettable wedding, then winter is your winning month. It can also be a lot cheaper to host your wedding in the winter-time, as it avoids peak season, and that means you’ll probably have more flexibility and freedom when it comes to hiring the best professionals in the business. While Australia is known for its heat and a glistening endless coastline, there are four beautiful alpine resorts that are picture perfect to host your winter wedding:

  1. Thredbo, NSW


Thredbo is set 500km west of Sydney, and depicts a European-style ski village. The Denman is a hotel that boasts 4 stars, 33 rooms and a 55 seat restaurant, along with a day spa and cocktail bar, and acts as the perfect venue to get hitched in winter. It’s perfect if you’d prefer a more intimate affair, and the hotel provides wedding packages too.


  1. Charlotte Pass, NSW


Charlotte Pass is Australia’s highest village, and is found within the Mt Kosciuszko National Park. During winter months, the village is completely covered in snow and is amongst one of the quieter ski resorts in Australia. The Kosciuszko Chalet Hotel boasts the aesthetics of a medieval castle and provides sweeping views of the Charlotte Pass village. The chalet can accommodate for up to 120 guests, and provides a restaurant that can host 35 people and an inner lounge space for 85 people.

  1. Falls Creek, VIC

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Falls Creek is located 350km east of Melbourne and is at the base of Mount Beauty in Alpine National Park. Falls Creek is a fully serviced resort that offers a selection of restaurants, hotels and nightlife. The Quay West Resort & Spa is an apartment-style property, providing an uninterrupted, breathtaking view of the mountains from 63 luxury suites, a five-room day spa and four different venues available for private hire that can accommodate 20 to 100 seated guests.


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  1. Mount Buller, VIC


Only a three hour drive from Melbourne, Mount Buller has Victoria’s largest ski resort. There’s a range of accommodation to choose, from simple dorms and lodges to luxurious and opulent retreats such as the Mount Buller Chalet; containing 61 rooms and penthouse suites, a day spa and a restaurant area that can seat up to 150 people.

Planning for your wedding to take place in winter doesn’t have to be dreary or dull, quite like the weather. Venturing to these alpine resorts will assure a unique wedding that will make the day even more special and memorable. If these destinations has sparked inspiration, Oneflare can connect you to the top wedding planners and celebrants to help make your dream wedding a reality.