We love creating ceremony setups at the beautiful Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens. Choose from a stunning variety of lush greenery backdrops with the 3 designated wedding lawns and a Bush Chapel, which you can book for exclusive use. The Palm Tree Lawn is the most popular choice for weddings for it’s privacy and backdrop.
Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Palm Tree Lawn (the lawn between the bridges) is the most popular choice for weddings, not just because of the ability to have a lush rain forest style ceremony backdrop, but also for it’s privacy with nearby footpaths hidden by all the surrounding lush greenery.
When you book your wedding lawn at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, they include 20 chairs (18 guest chairs, 2 signing table chairs), so for our Mt Coot-tha couples we often customise a ceremony setup package with an arbour, wedding aisle, a signing table and any other decor extra’s they would like to include.
Our elegant arbour can be adorned with your choice of styling, with or without draping and with an optional dried floral arrangement in your choice of colours.
Our chic wooden arbour looks stunning at Mt Coot-tha Palm Tree Lawn.
Pictured here is our chic wooden wedding arbour at the Mt Coot-tha Palm Tree lawn. This arbour is one of the options within our Endless Love Deluxe ceremony decor collection and fits perfectly with the lush garden surrounds.
White draping can be added to the arbour setting, as a length of softly wrapped draping, or curtain style drapes.
This couple opted to have their guests chairs in a semi circular configuration with our wedding arbour in the middle.
This couple upgraded to add a fresh rose petal aisle and red rose arrangements on the wedding arbour.
The Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens Fig Tree Lawn features a beautiful old Fig tree providing a stunning backdrop and shade for wedding ceremonies. This area is suited to those with a large number of wedding guests as the lawn is spacious.
This couple eloped so opted for our arbour only option beneath the beautiful tree.
Near the other lawns off a quieter path is the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Lychee Lawn, this sloping lawn has footpaths on opposite sides of the lawn and is surrounded by tall trees and lush greenery.
Pictured here is our gold hexagonal arbour with a fresh floral arrangement and fresh flowers in glass bottles on aisle chairs.
Pictured above, our elegant arbour with our white aisle pillars with fresh floral arrangements and pictured below our white circular wedding arch at the Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens Lychee Lawn.
If you have booked one of Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens designated wedding lawns for your wedding, and the forecast is showing rain this area could potentially be your wet weather option.
Pictured here is a wedding with 52 guest chairs showing the area comfortably fits and shelters a good number of wedding guests.
You can contact the Mt Coot-tha Gardens directly (at the earliest opportunity) and, request permission to relocate your booking to the sheltered bandstand, this is located across the bridge from Lawn 1. Use of this area is entirely at the parks discretion.
We are particularly fond of the private and somewhat secret Bush Chapel at Mt Coot-tha. This designated site that can be booked through the council. and offers privacy and tranquility.
Well and truly off the beaten track this hidden gem is located just a short walk up a footpath in Mt Coot-tha’s forest. This outdoor chapel offers a woodland setting with log seating.
Pictured here with our Hampton style backdrop and aisle pillars to enhance the surrounding rain forest backdrop.
The area has built in log seating and is perfect for weddings and elopements with a small number of guests.
Simple decorating can really bring this area to life. The wedding below opted for vibrant floral bouquets and a fresh rose petal aisle, then after the ceremony the same flower arrangements made another appearance as centerpieces for the couples relaxed picnic style reception.
All designated wedding sites at Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha can be booked through Brisbane City Council.