$800 for two-hour hire (includes GST)
Old South Head Road (opposite Macquarie Road), Vaucluse, NSW 2030
Completed in 1818, Macquarie Lighthouse was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway, and named for Lachlan Macquarie, the NSW Governor who commissioned it.
Crumbling sandstone foundations led to the construction of a replacement lighthouse in 1883. This lighthouse, designed to closely resemble the original, continues to operate today. The lawns are an opportunity to say ‘I do’ against the spectacular backdrop of Macquarie Lighthouse, with sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean.
Capacity: Up to 150 guests.
Toilets: No toilets are available on site.
Parking: There is limited on-street parking.
Photography: To apply for a permit to hold a photo shoot, complete our engagement and wedding photography application form (docx).
Accessibility: The grounds of Macquarie Lightstation are mostly wheelchair accessible; however, some surfaces are uneven.
Additional: The grounds of Macquarie Lightstation will remain open to the public, guests are not permitted to enter Macquarie Lighthouse, and an on-site power source is not provided.
PO BOX 607
Mosman NSW 2088