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Amazing spots for a Wedding and Elopement in Hobart

We recently went to Tassie and put together a list of amazing spots for a wedding and elopement in Hobart.

Tasmania is one of the most desirable spots for destination weddings in Australia especially in 2022-2023. You will find here stunning, modern and historical venues and abandons of outdoor locations. Tasmania is so easy to fall in love with and the perfect choice for couples who are trying to get away. But even when the borders are open again, whether you are a local or visiting from the mainland, Tasmania will steal your heart forever.

Elopements or small intimate weddings are not just quick weddings. It’s another way to celebrate your love, more intimate way that allows you to express yourselves. It gives you so much freedom to plan your celebration and to get the best of locations, photoshoot time and much more.

Why are we putting a list of spots for a wedding and elopement in Hobart? We are one of those suckers who didn’t escape it’s charm and looking to settle there in the near future. But for now we are seeking for any opportunity to go back and capture all that beauty. By the way, we don’t charge any traveling fees. So if you are planning to get hitched in Tassie please shoot as a message.

There are so many amazing locations near Hobart to have a wedding or elopement it’s hard to list just a few. Another appeal of the place is to stay here after your celebration for a magical honeymoon.

Wedding and Elopement Hobart
Wedding and Elopement Hobart
Wedding and Elopement Hobart

Botanical Gardens – has so much to offer in terms of ceremony locations:

  • Conservatory
  • French Memorial Fountain
  • Lily Pond
  • Anniversary Arch
  • The Japanese Garden

There is a conservatory, a Japanese garden (Autumn Maple and Spring Cherry Blossom lovers, rejoice) and many other locations to choose from. The onsite Succulent Restaurant can also cater for your post ceremony lunch. 

Another option for a stunning reception would be to organise a marquee for a bigger celebration.

wedding and elopement Hobart
Wedding and elopement Hobart

Mona. For a modern couple who is planning to through a luxury arty style wedding, one of the must consider wedding venues in Hobart is the one and only MONA museum. Your celebration doesn’t have to be big, grand or more intimate, Mona has options for both.

Wedding and Elopement Hobart
Wedding and Elopement Hobart

Mt Wellington (kunanyi).

Looming majestically above and providing the backdrop for Hobart is kunanyi / Mount Wellington. If you’re looking for an adventurous way to elope in Tasmania, then getting married on this incredible mountain is a pretty unbeatable choice.

You already found your adventurous a photographer who can shoot a wedding and elopement in Hobart who’d love to climb a mountain with you and capture all the magic…hello, it’s me!

Even if you are planning a bigger nuptials in the city, Mt Wellington is only a few minute drive and it’s a stunning location for your epic sunset wedding photos.

By the way, one of the closest venues to have a gorgeous reception is the next one.

Wedding and Elopement Hobart
Wedding and Elopement Hobart

Cascade Brewery. True local brews and the picturesque gardens. This place is a must to visit even if you are not hunting for a wedding venue in Hobart.

wedding and elopement hobart

St David’s Park . Another perfect combo in the heart of Hobart: imagine your ceremony in the Stunning St David’s Park and your reception at a waterfront venue in the most photogenic part of the city. As a bonus, it’s all within a walking distance of each other with an abundance of photo opportunities.

Here is a list of wedding and elopement Hobart venues worth to check out.

Aloft Restaurant

The Glass House


The Henry Jones Art Hotel

In the Hanging Garden – is where the cool cats are hanging out. A bit unconventional, but might be the right fit for you. In the heart of the city, it’s a hidden gem with lots of opportunity to have an epic celebration.
Local vibes, local vino & food vendors – all the best that Tasmania has to offer.

But that’s not all for our list of venues for a Wedding and Elopement in Hobart and nearby. If you are after epic views, designer venues and luxury experience? We have a few suggestions for you too:

Pumphouse Point, Lake St Clair

Lake St Clair is the deepest lake in the Southern Hemisphere: and Pumphouse Point might just be the most breathtaking hotel in the whole world. This 1930s pump point is now a design hotel.

Cloudy Bay Beach House, Bruny Island

Cloudy Bay Beach House’s architecture makes it a stunning venue on its own, but sitting pride of place within 85 acres of wild, rugged landscape, it’s something else entirely. Say I do in the glass-walled reception room, out on the beautiful decking, or over the private boardwalk to the beach, and celebrate under the stars. 

Villa Talia, Franklin 

This villa had to make it onto our list of places to elope in Tasmania, thanks to its award-winning architecture and stunning location. It’s the perfect place to spend some time just the two of you, as well as celebrate with your nearest and dearest.

To help you to plan your wedding day and make it the best it can be here is a list of local to Hobart wedding vendors, who’s stunning work speaks for themselves:


Sabre @sabre_catering_events

PW Catering. @pw_catering Condiments + event catering for both carnivores and vegetarians. All things smoked and wholesome.


Janelle Wilson @marrymetasmania

Rachael Calvert @rachael_calvert_weddings


Botanical Hobart @botanicalhobart – pure botanical inspiration

Whimsy Florist @whimsyflorist – Specialising in DRIED & FRESH florals

Coordinator / Styling:

Dear Leone @dearleone – an artful and considered wedding designing, planning & styling

Elope Tasmania (Bek Burrows) @elope_tasmania – Bek + Paul create individual destination weddings + elopements in Tasmania

Artaud & Co @artaudandco Tasmanian Wedding Designer

If you are planning a Wedding and Elopement in Hobart, please get in touch. We would absolutely love to be a part of your celebration.

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