Best wedding photo locations in Melbourne

At The Brighton Savoy, one of Melbourne’s most popular wedding venues, couple often ask us where are the best wedding photography locations in Melbourne?

Time is very precious on your wedding day, and the last thing you want to be doing is driving around Melbourne looking for wedding photo locations.

Melbourne is a big city and wedding photography can have very different backdrops – you can have busy and stylish city life to old farms and vineyards just a few km outside the city.  Many couples select their venue and have their photos taken on site.  There are many venues that have beautiful locations at their doorstep or on their grounds.

From churches and pavilions to secluded beaches and breathtaking resorts, the list of mesmerizing locations is endless.

 

 Brighton Bathing Boxes

82 vibrant, multi coloured Bathing Boxes line the shore at Brighton Beach.  Sitting on the spotless sand with views to the City, their vibrant colours will add extra joy to your photos.

Address: Foreshore between Dendy and Gould Streets Brighton.

Brighton Beach

 

 Brighton Town Hall & Gardens

Address: Corner Wilson and Carpenter Streets Brighton.

Brighton Town Hall Gardens provides a grand and historic site for all your wedding photography.

 Green Point Gardens

Address: Foreshore Green Point Brighton Beach.

The Norfolk Island Pines frame city views while still providing an intimate atmosphere.  The garden offers private nooks, grass or shade for your special photographs.

 

North Road Gardens

Address: Foreshore North Road Brighton.

With a rock seawall instead of beach, North Road Gardens is a photographers’ dream with panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay and the City.

 Middle Brighton Beach

Middle Brighton beach has the iconic bathing boxes. There are 82 vibrant bathing boxes to pick from. It’s very popular with the wedding couples from Brighton Savoy to hop over the road to the beach boxes to get some bridal snaps with the vibrant boxes.

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Wedding Gallery

Address: Foreshore between Park Street and Keith Court Brighton.

 

 Band Rotunda, Sandringham

        Address: Foreshore at end of Bay Road Sandringham.

The interestingly designed 1926 Band Rotunda, set among palm trees overlooking the beach provides excellent photo opportunities with unrivalled views of the bay, beach and cliffs.

 

 Sandringham Cliffs (Red Bluff Lookout)

Address: Black Rock Vic 3193

The Sandringham cliffs have amazing photo opportunities with great views of the beach and red rocked cliff faces.

 

 Elwood Beach Pier

Address: Elwood beach (Opposite Head St Brighton 3186)

Elwood Beach Pier has a couple amazing photo opportunities with a great view of the water. If you’re lucky you’ll be able to get a view of the city skyline. Elwood Beach Pier is perfect at sunset and its romantic as well, especially if you are able to get a colourful sunset.

  Ricketts Point, Beaumaris

Address: Foreshore between Reserve and Haydens Roads Beaumaris.

Ricketts Point reaches into Port Phillip Bay with spectacular uninterrupted views.  Turn around and see native scrub and hidden paths.

Kerferd Road Pier

Address: Albert Park Vic 3206

Kerferd Road Pier would look amazing at sunset. The rustic wood with look great in photos and the water is a great backdrop. If you’re daring enough you could get an amazing picture jumping off the pier.

 

North Road Pier, Brighton

Address: North Rd Foreshore, Brighton 3186

North Road Pier over looks the beach and it has a couple amazing photo opportunities. It’s only about 10 minutes from Brighton Savoy which is handy.

 

Mordialloc Beach

Address: Mentone Vic 3194

Mordialloc Beach is a calm beach to get your wedding photos taken. If you’re lucky the water would be crystal clear. There is also a rotunda at the grass area just before you head down to the beach.

 

Half Moon Bay

Address: Around 232 Beach Rd (the beach side)

Half Moon Bay has amazing photo opportunities. The red cliff face and the beach gives ana amazing back drop, especially at sunset. You could also get a cute photo running along the sand next to the water together, particularly at golden hour.

 

Gem Pier

Address:  Williamstown

Gem Pier was built in 1839, is now home to the HMAS Castlemaine. There is a great view of Port Melbourne. There is so many great photo opportunities at Gem Pier.

 

Billilla Gardens

Address: 26 Halifax Street Brighton.

Romance is in the air at Billilla Gardens.  With a 1880’s Art Nouveau mansion as a backdrop, choose a picture perfect spot on the manicured lawns, by the roses or under the towering trees

 

Landcox Park

Address: Mavis Ave, Brighton East.

Landcox Park offers blazing autumn colour, delicate winter light, welcoming spring warmth or tranquil summer shade. There’s also a lake with wild life.

 

Kamesburgh Gardens

Address: In between Downes Ave & North Rd, Brighton

The Italianate-style Kamesburgh mansion was built in the 1870s and is best known as being an Anzac veterans hostel.  Its formal gardens are exquisite, secluded and simply unmatched for elegant outdoor photographs.

 

Rippon Lea Estate

Address: 192 Hotham St, Elsternwick Vic 3185

Rippon Lea Estate was built in 1868. The gardens are the perfect place to have your wedding photos taken with all the cute little nooks around the whole gardens. Rippon Lea Estate has magnificent trees and a tranquil lake. It’s picturesque gardens surround the gorgeous mansion.

 

Treasury Gardens, East Melbourne

Address: 2-18 Spring St, East Melbourne

Treasury Gardens is right near the city. The gardens offers blazing autumn colour, delicate winter light, welcoming spring warmth or tranquil summer shade. There are water features all around the gardens which look amazing in photos.

 

Captain Cook’s Cottage

Address: Fitzroy Gardens, Wellington Parade, East Melbourne

Captain Cook’s Cottage is a cute little building in the middle of Fitzroy park. The cottage is part of Australian history.

 

Royal Botanical Gardens

Address: 11 Herbert St, St Kilda Vic 3182

The Royal Botanical Gardens offers blazing autumn colour, delicate winter light, welcoming spring warmth or tranquil summer shade. There are so many opportunities for photos. Tucked away from the city all you can see and hear is nature.

 

St. Vincents Gardens, Albert Park

Address: In between St Vincent Pl North & St Vincent Pl South, Albert Park

St. Vincents Gardens has amazing opportunities for photos. The trees form a tunnel over the foot path in some part, it both looks athletically pleasing and its great in summer.

  

Williamstown Botanic Gardens

Address: Giffard St & Osborne St, Williamstown, Vic 3016

Who doesn’t love a good park for wedding photos. The venue is peaceful and in the middle of nature. The front gates would look amazing in your wedding photos. There is also a pond with lily pads!

 

Sherbrooke Forest

Address: Sassafras

Sherbrook Forest is an amazing place to get wedding photo taken. The cute and romantic place is just outside Melbourne.

 

Melbourne Zoo

Address: Elliott Ave, Parkville Vic 3052

Being able to take photos with animals in the background or feeding them would be amazing. It’s a unique way and place to get your photos taken.

 

Parliament House and Steps.

Address: Spring Street East Melbourne

The steps of Parliament  House is a great place to get your wedding photos taken. With the old building as a back drop or the old heavy wooden doors is a great pace to take a few snaps.

 

National Gallery of Victoria

Address: 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne 3006

The NGV is a unique place for art lovers to some awesome wedding photos taken. The water feature out the front is a great hit for everyone too.

 

The Palais Theatre, St. Kilda

Address: Lower Esplanade, St Kilda, Vic 3182

The Palais Theatre is perfect for theatre lovers and actors. There are many photo opportunities, either in and amongst the seats or on stage.

 

Melbourne Museum

Address: 11 Nicholson St, Carlton Vic 3053

Any history buff would love the Melbourne museum as their backdrop. It is certainly a unique place for a wedding as well as getting your wedding photos taken there.

 

Crown Rooftop

Address: 8 Whiteman St, Southbank, Vic 3006

Crown Roodtop has an amazing view of the city and it has a great atmosphere. With ample photo opportunities you’ll be able to capture the perfect wedding photo.

  

Federation Square

Address: Swanston St & flinders St, Melbourne Vic 3000

Federation Square was built in 2002 and is one of Melbourne’s famous landmarks which makes it amazing as a back drop for any wedding photos. It is also across the road from Flinders Street Station.

 

Flinders Street Station

Address: Swanston St & flinders St, Melbourne Vic 3000

The iconic train station of Melbourne was built in 1905 and is stunning in wedding photos it then leads to the Melbourne city circle trams.

 

Melbourne City Circle Trams

Address: Melbourne CBD

The retro City Circle Tram is a classic. It goes hand in hand with Flinders t Station and the good thing is you don’t have to go far for awesome photo opportunities.

 

Royal Exhibition Building

Address: 9 Nicholson St, Carlton Vic 3053

The Royal Exhibition Building was built in 1879 and is now a World Heritage- listed. Located next to the city it is an amazing place for photos.

 

Royal Block Arcade

Address: 282 Collins St, Melbourne Vic, 3000

The Royal Block Arcade was built in 183 and is heritage-listed. The arcade is gorgeous and looks great in photos. It is also a unique place for your wedding photos.

 

Victoria Army Barracks

Address: Southbank

Victoria Army Barracks was built in 1856. The original blue stone covered in vines looks really cool as a backdrop. The Barracks also isn’t too far from the city.

 

Old Treasury Building

Address: 20 Spring St, Melbourne Vic 3000

The old Treasury building was built in 1858 is considered one of Australia’s finest Renaissance Revival buildings. It was built from wealth accumulated during the Victoria goldrush.

 

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Address: Brunton Ave, Richmond Vic 3002

The MCG is perfect for any footy or cricket lover. It is certainly a unique place for wedding photos.

  

Werribee Mansion

Address: 171-237 K Rd, Werribee South, Vic 3030

Werribee Mansion was built between 1874 and 1877. The gardens and the mansion have a lovely atmosphere where there are plenty of photo opportunities.

 

Melbourne Town Hall

Address: 90 -130 Swanston St, Melbourne Vic 3000

Melbourne Town Hall was built in 1867 by the Duke of Edinburgh. The old building is pretty good for a wedding photo backdrop. It’s part of Victoria’s past which is great for history buffs.

 

Windsor Hotel Foyer & Entrance

Address: 111 Spring St, Melbourne Vic 3000

The Windsor hotel was built in 1883 and the entrance to the hotel has a great atmosphere. The idyllic location for elegant wedding photos. The red carpet will make any dress pop and what bride doesn’t want that?

 

The Park Hyatt Foyer

Address: 1 Parliament Square off, Parliament Pl, Melbourne Vic 3002

The Park Hyatt Foyer is also perfect for wedding photos. The elegant woodwork and marble floor are great for wedding photos. It is a unique location. The grand staircase is perfect for entrance photos of the bride.

 

The Regent Hotel

Address: 191 Collins St, Melbourne Vic 3000

The Regent Hotel is a colourful and unique location for wedding photos. The colourful marble floor that leads to an amazing staircase is great for a bride entrance to her groom. There are some great photo opportunities.

 

Luna Park, St. Kilda

Address: 18 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda, Vic 3182

Luna Park is one of Melbourne iconic locations. Taking wedding photos there is a great venue to capture cute photos. From the rides to just the iconic face out the front. Luna park is also close to the city and across the road from the beach.

 

Butleigh Wootton, Kew

Address: 867 Glenferrie Rd, Kew Vic 3101

Butleigh Wootton was built in 1885 and is perfect for those princess vibe wedding photos. The building has a palace feel and would make you wedding photos pop.

  

Abbotsford Convent

Address: 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford Vic 3067

Abbotsford Convent was built in 1863 and has a lot of history within the walls. It operated for more than 100 years through the social traumas due to the gold rush boom and bust the then also the Great depression. The convent has been transformed into amazing venue. The are a so many picture perfect places to take wedding photos either as a couple or with the bridal party.

 

Melbourne Laneways

Address: Melbourne CBD

There are so many different and unique lane ways in Melbourne’s CBD. From graffiti painted walls to foodie laneways with lights coming from all the cafes and restaurants. All the different surroundings  give off different effects in all the wedding photos.

  

Hosier Lane, Melbourne

Address: Off Flinders St – Between Russell St & Swanston St.

Hosier Lane is forever changing with all the graffiti. So, who ever takes wedding photos down Hosier Lane will never be the same. The wedding photos will be very artsy and unique. It will give you and your photographer a chance to have fun.

 

Olivers Lane, Melbourne

Address: Off Russell St, Melbourne 3000

Olivers Lane is another lane way in Melbourne. There is a lot less graffiti and more plan walls to get wedding photos, but it is still a nice lane way to checkout for a photo location.

 

Spice Market, Melbourne

Address: Beaney Ln, Melbourne Vic 3000

The Spice Market is an Exotic Bar and nightclub perfect for unique wedding photos. The lighting is dim perfect for those romantic photos. It is also a very intimate place for both you and your guests.

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