Dunbar House Wedding – Watsons Bay Sydney

Dunbar House is a gorgeous boutique wedding venue in Watson’s Bay. This historic house was built in 1837 but was recently refurbished in an elegant style specifically for weddings. From the large wrap around balcony you can overlook Sydney Harbour and Watson’s Bay.

For a no fuss low travel wedding you could get ready at the Watson’s Bay Hotel nearby and there are also churches such as Our Lady Star of the Sea very close too. Couples often hold the ceremony under a large fig tree right outside Dunbar House and again this means no travel and no traffic!

You are spoilt for photo locations with Watson’s Bay itself, Camp Cove only a few minutes drive away, plus Neilsen Park and locations such as Strickland House.

Below are some photos from weddings at Dunbar House:

Sunset photo under the big fig tree at Dunbar House

Wedding photo fig tree sunset Watsons Bay Dunbar House

Wedding ceremony at Dunbar House

Outside Dunbar House wedding

Bride arrives at Dunbar House

Under the umbrella at Watsons Bay

Wedding ceremony under the big fig tree at Dunbar House

Wedding ceremony under the big fig tree at Dunbar House

Camp Cove is a great location very close to Dunbar House

wedding photo at camp cove Strickland House beach wedding photo Sunset view above Camp Cove with Katie Peter wedding at Dunbar House

Sunset view above Camp Cove with Katie Peter wedding at Dunbar House

Inside Dunbar House

Photo in Dunbar House hallway Macquarie Lighthouse wedding photo wet wedding Watsons Bay rain

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Recent real weddings

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Featured weddings from Dunbar House

Dunbar House wedding under the fig tree Watsons Bay

Katie & Peter – Dunbar House wedding

Here is a sneak peek of Katie & Peter’s wedding at Dunbar House on the weekend! Such a lovely wedding day withView full post »

Katrina Wade Dunbar House wedding in the rain

Katrina & Wade – Dunbar House Wedding Watson’s Bay

Katrina & Wade’s wedding day was very wet but as you can see from the photos it didn’t dampen theirView full post »