Off Olympic Drive, underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge (right on the waters edge), Milsons Point, North Sydney.
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hy Bradfield Park?
Bradfield Park is an ideal location if you would like to get married in Sydney.
Under the towering Sydney Harbour Bridge you will have a back drop of the Sydney City skyline, busy Sydney Harbour and of course the Sydney Opera House.
There are beautiful trees (for shade and contrast) and two sandstone structures offering texture for your photos.
You can have up to 20 people (the 2 of you and 18 guests) at your ceremony.
For an additional fee of $75 this number can be increased to 59 in total. Additional fees are paid after you have made your booking at - Click here
Rain. Now it doesn't happen often, but when it does we can find shelter in one of the sandstone structures or move to Bradfield Plaza - under the Harbour Bridge - about 3 minutes walk up the hill.
Bradfield Park is conveniently located only 5 minutes from the CBD.
Arrive by ferry to Milsons Point Wharf (to have the true Sydney experience)
Metered street parking is located close by. There is access to disabled parking available.
Milsons Point Railway Station is 5 minutes walk away.
* Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your ceremony to ensure you are in the right location.
Bradfield Park is part of North Sydney Council. Generously, North Sydney Council permits small marriage ceremonies to take place in their park without the requirement to reserve or pay for the use of the park.
We will provide a small table for you to stand at and sign your Marriage Certificate, after your ceremony. If you are looking for something more elaborate, we can assist with our decorations packages. Details are below.
If you would like to add chairs, aisle runner and decorations to make your ceremony comfortable and beautiful we can help you out. Click here to find out more.
If you are looking for a professional photographer to capture your ceremony. Click here
Looking for a venue to celebrate your wedding? Whether for a celebratory drink or to arrange a function? Click here for more details.
North Sydney Council does not allow the throwing of rice, confetti, glitters, sprays, poppers or streamers. Instead you are encouraged to use more natural alternatives such as petals and/or bubbles. All petals must be removed after the ceremony. Synthetic petals are prohibited.