Why not consider Mandurah, a lovely seaside location, for your wedding? It’s close to the ocean, small enough to feature plenty of seaside wildlife, but large enough to make transportation convenient.
Mandurah Jetty at Sunset
Mandurah is the second-largest city in Western Australia, with Perth, an hour northward, being the largest. The city is clean and fresh, and it offers much for your guests’ pleasure. Stores are open seven days a week, and there are plenty of things to see and do in the area.
Aside from all those conveniences, Mandurah really is a great place for a wedding. You’ll find a wide assortment of venues available to suit your tastes whether you’re looking for something near the lovely historic canals or if you imagine your dream wedding taking place amidst cosmopolitan elegance.
Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club
Elegance is the very word, in fact, to describe the facilities at Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club.
This Club offers a private terrace where you can say your vows set against a backdrop of sparkling waterfalls, with koi ponds placed serenely in the background.
You’ll be dazzled by expansive green lawns and stately, towering Tuart trees. And it’s fun—imagine your entire wedding party jaunting along in golf carts!
You can seat your guests at tables indoors or out. Your guests can dine on anything from double-roasted duck shanks, tiger prawns in a delectable garlic sauce, Atlantic salmon or Pappardelle pasta, plus so much more.
Red Manna on the Waterfront
Red Manna on the Waterfront puts you right on the edge of the eastern foreshore. You’ll be able to see from Mandjar Bay all the way along to the ocean, and they can accommodate a group of approximately 100.
The chef takes great pleasure in putting his personal touch on the dishes to make your wedding day special, and your guests will rave about everything from the canapés to the mains, featuring beef, lamb, or seafood, whatever the two of you choose.
Mandurah Quay Resort
For an interesting processional, The Mandurah Quay Resort lets you arrive by boat, pulling right up to the marina.
There’s a unique aisle that juts out along the jetty so that you say your vows out over the water, in a private gazebo.
For your ceremony indoors, the rooms feature high ceilings and wall-to-ceiling windows so you can overlook the marina.
Ask the Quay about specials; at this writing, the bridal couple with a reception of at least 80 people will be offered a complimentary spa villa.
Get your guests started with brie on wafer crisp or Waterside croquet monsieur. Your entrées of slow-roasted Mount Barker chicken or pumpkin soup will set the stage for slow-cooked beef braised in red wine and star anise, or perhaps you’d fancy some skin-on barramundi topped with cherry tomato salsa.
The menu is quite extensive, so you’ve really got to explore the Quay’s downloadable wedding kit, which you can view without putting in your email address.
The Cut Golf Course
The Cut offers another golf-setting option for your wedding day, a relatively new place that opened its doors less than a decade ago. This place will accommodate a reception with as many as 250 guests, although much smaller parties are welcome also.
You can walk down to the edge of the ocean to say your vows, and then have your tables set up atop the golf fairways for a magnificent view of the greens, or in the graceful indoor ballroom.
Pose your bridesmaids coming down the picturesque staircase. No matter whether you want to bring the outdoors into your wedding or celebrate your day indoors amidst stylish comfort, The Cut features menus and options to suit every budget.
Sebel Mandurah Hotel
Why not consider the Sebel Mandurah Hotel, yet another offering that overlooks both the estuary and the waterfront.
The ambience exudes charm and sophistication, with the Acacia room seating up to 100 guests and Banksia accommodating smaller parties up to 30. The Point Peninsula will never look lovelier, as your guests arrive and are warmly welcomed with a variety of hot and cold canapés, with perhaps a rustic farmhouse terrine laden with pickled cucumbers, tomato relish, greens, and of course crostini.
Perhaps your guests will prefer a salad of roast chicken seasoned dressed with curried mango, with a layer atop of toasted almonds and marinated raisins. Maybe you’d prefer tagine of lamb or a three-cheese Parisian-style gnocchi gratin atop wild rice and served with prosciutto.
Your guests will enjoy staying in or around Mandurah.
Spend a day or two before the wedding with your bridesmaids and groomsmen, watching the dolphins and having a final party before your event. Afterward, while the two of you go off on honeymoon, your guests will enjoy the city’s free-spirited atmosphere.
It is the place, after all, to make your plans for a wonderful wedding and a happy future.
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