Married At First Sight might be known for its inevitable drama, but every year gives us a newfound appreciation for some of Australia’s most spectacular wedding venues. From sprawling lush greenery in the Hunter Valley to the picturesque urban oases in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, the brides and grooms sure know how to pull off a showstopping event (even if they’ve never met).
If you’ve tuned in to MAFS to watch the drama unfold but spotted your dream ceremony location onscreen in the process, we’ve rounded up where every single wedding was held for the social experiment’s 2021 season.
Below, all the details behind each stunning Married At First Sight wedding venue.
Melissa & Bryce: The Sydney Polo Club
Kicking off this season was Melissa and Bryce, who tied the knot at The Sydney Polo Club.
The venue is located only 50 minutes from Sydney’s CBD in Richmond, NSW, nestled among the banks of the Hawkesbury River. It boasts 400 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and was even the setting for The Great Gatsby’s Hollywood production. It’s an ideal location for those seeking a rustic, yet luxurious, setting for their big day.
Rebecca & Jake: Circa 1876
Rebecca and Jake’s stunning nuptials were held at the Hunter Valley’s Circa 1876, a go-to destination for weddings.
Located just two hours from Sydney’s CBD, the venue brings the ‘farm to fork’ ethos to life thanks to its spectacular location on the sprawling green grounds of Roscrea Estate. It features an eclectic charm in its interiors, while guests can dine on award-winning wines from the Hunter Region and the onsite organic kitchen garden.
Samantha & Cameron: The Grounds Of Alexandria
Sam and Cam’s wedding was held at one of Sydney’s most iconic locations, The Grounds of Alexandria.
Known for its canopy of fairy lights, bubbling fountain and florals, the stunning venue is located in Sydney’s Alexandria.
Set as an urban oasis, the highly detailed, picturesque venue can be set in both indoor and outdoor locations, as well as hosting both the ceremony and reception.
Booka & Brett: Adam’s Peak Country Estate
For those dreaming of a stunningly lush green backdrop, Adam’s Peak Country Estate offers up gorgeous mountains and picturesque countryside.
Set in a breathtaking location in Broke, in the Hunter Valley, the venue is renowned for crafting spectacular setups for weddings of all kinds.
Alongside boasting multiple ceremony and reception locations, the Estate can also hold up to 24 guests with its onsite accommodation.
Coco & Sam: The Woodhouse Wollombi
Coco and Sam’s nuptials were held at the famous Woodhouse at Redwood Park Wollombi, a beautiful 100-acre property located in the lower Hunter Valley Region.
Just a two-hour drive from Sydney, the venue provides a perfect backdrop for country destination weddings with its sprawling landscaped grounds and stunning views.