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Broken Head lawn

Broken Head Nature Reserve

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Overview

Venue hire conditions

Organised events that can comply with current rules on public gatherings are allowed in NSW national parks. No other events can proceed until further notice.

Please get in touch with your NPWS event contact, the relevant local park office, or email the Events team to arrange bookings, cancellations or postponements.

Set where lush rainforest meets the glistening blue ocean, Broken Head lawn is an idyllic spot for your wedding. Located on the North Coast in Broken Head Nature Reserve, say your vows in a secluded paradise.

Venue is suitable for
Wedding ceremonies
Capacity
Maximum people: 100
Facilities
Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, carpark, drinking water, public phone, showers, toilets
Fees

Contact the Byron Bay office for venue hire fees.

Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
Availability
Available for hire 7 days a week.
Venue available for exclusive hire
Bookings
Bookings are required. To make a booking or for more information contact the Byron Bay office.

For an unforgettable wedding destination on the NSW North Coast, you can’t go past Broken Head lawn, just a short drive from Byron Bay. Hold your ceremony on the grass in this natural paradise where coastal rainforest meets the beach.

Enjoy champagne and canapes at one of the sheltered picnic tables as you listen to the sounds of rolling surf and birdsong. After your ceremony, your guests can take a stroll down Broken Head Beach to feel the sand between their toes.

If you’d like to explore further afield, it’s only a short walk to the famous Tallow Beach where you and your guests can admire the views to Cape Byron Lighthouse. Or take the half-hour walk to Three Sisters lookout where you’ll be treated to incredible vistas of secluded beaches, rocky coves and dense rainforest.

As you wander along the beaches and in the rainforest, you’re likely to meet locals like brush turkeys in the understorey. And if you visit in winter and spring, you may be lucky enough to spot whales as they migrate north.

For directions, safety and practical information, see venue info

Nearby

  • A woman walking along Three Sisters walking track, overlooking the beach in Broken Head Nature Reserve. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE

    Three Sisters walking track (Broken Head)

    Take the family walking through the rainforest on a day-trip to this spectacular lookout. Find out about its Aboriginal heritage, and after, enjoy whale watching and picnicking by the beach.

  • Tallow Beach, Arakwal National Park. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government

    Tallow Beach

    Tallow Beach is 3.2km from the heart of Byron Bay and a great place for swimming, birdwatching, whale watching, beach fishing, and just throwing down a towel to soak up the sun.