Fig Tree Restaurant
A converted farmhouse, Fig Tree offers stunning views over Byron Bay.
From your ceremony, under a huge fig tree with the ocean, lighthouse, and Julian rocks as a backdrop, through to cocktails and canapés by the pool or lawn games and a gentle walk through the garden – your guests will feel instantly wowed, relaxed and indulged.
Established in 1981 Fig Tree is Byron Bay’s most awarded restaurant, this year again winning “Best Restaurant North coast Region” and again being a national finalist in “Best BYO Restaurant.”
Dinner can be a relaxed affair, by the pool or on the lawn under the stars ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ or a more intimate dining experience in the restaurant. With a large open planned interior, the restaurant leads itself to a night of family, friends, great food and fun.
Che, Head Chef and Owner, keeps it simple with produce sourced predominantly from the restaurant’s own gardens, along with the fields, paddocks, and oceans that surround Byron Bay. In the restaurant, he combines this premium produce with his creativity and experience, gained from years spent travelling and cooking around the world.
For your wedding menu, Che will invite you to the restaurant to enjoy a six-course tasting, before sitting down with you to design a menu that reflects what is fresh, local, in season and is “the food you want to eat!!”
Fig Tree offers two houses for accommodation – The Dairy and Sunrise, both on either side of the restaurant, for you, your family or friends to get ready in or retire to.
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EarthHouse is a new, unique and complete wedding destination.
Featuring a barn-style event space, spectacular hinterland views, extensive gardens (with an 100-year-old fig tree, perfect for ceremonies) and eco-luxe accommodation – it is the perfect blank canvas for your dream wedding.
No attention to detail has been overlooked.
Bundaleer Rainforest Gardens
With an abundance of trees and natural birdsong, a creek that borders the property and the remnant rainforest backdrop with several different ceremony and reception locations.
Boasting a Silk Lined Marquee with formal dining of up to 220 guests and a Rustic Tree Tops Reception Room cladded in western red cedar that can seat up to 120 guests and with undercover wet weather ceremony locations in case, it rains.
The team at Bundaleer have absolute passion when it comes to ensuring your day exceeds all expectations. With our commitment to quality, service and attention to detail, we’ll take the stresses away and assist you in planning your special day. Sasha Donald our Event Manger has been with Bundaleer for over 6 years and has a wealth of knowledge to ensure your wedding day exceeds all your expectations.
Sasha Donald our Event Manger has been with Bundaleer for over 6 years and has a wealth of knowledge to ensure your wedding day exceeds all your expectations.
Nestled in the Belongil pocket is our casual Byron Bay Restaurant, conveniently located opposite the beach entrance.
Not only can you plan your dream wedding reception but you also have the option to hold your ceremony all at the one location, by utilising either the beach or grassed area across the road.
Our open plan restaurant is magically transformed into an intimate and warm wedding venue. Byron Bay is one of the most popular places to tie the knot in Australia, known for its natural coastal and hinterland beauty in a moderate climate.
Encompassing the natural tones of coastal landscapes, sea mist, ocean breezes and beautiful sunsets, Belongil Bistro furniture and décor compliments its surrounds perfectly.
Celebrate your wedding somewhere boutique, stylish and less predictable. Enjoy the private tranquillity of Belongil, within walking distance of Byron town centre.
Be impressed with warm service, great food and a stunning location in Byron Bay!
Barefoot at Broken Head
At the end of a single stretch of sand, your guests look to the north to the most easterly point of Australia – the Byron Bay Lighthouse. There is salt in the air, eucalypts crowded thick over the hills, and waves rolling in from the point.
After the ceremony, the guests walk a minute over the sand dunes through a simple back gate to reveal the minimal Balinese-inspired masterpiece that is Barefoot at Broken Head.
The huge central living pavilion opens up through accordion doors to the tropical garden and huge decks in which are set four other buildings, where the families and couples that are staying can have perfect privacy when they desire, and huge common areas when they would like to commune.
There are five luxury bedrooms and a separate kitchen and dining area overlooking the pools where you can watch the kids frolic in the 30cm deep reflection pool or dive deep into the 20m lap pool, both set in golden sandstone.
In the days before and after your reception have relatives or friends to stay, ride the bikes along the beach at low tide, or drive 10 minutes into town to enjoy Byron’s restaurants. With the sound of the sea from your bed and a world-class point break a minute from your room – this is the ultimate Australian beach house.
Co-ordinators love weddings at Barefoot at Broken Head because it’s all here – no need to organise a professional kitchen, bathrooms, electricity, decorations, cool room, marquees, public liability insurance, gate attendant, rubbish removal or indoor/outdoor ceremony options. All this is included in the reception fee.