Sydney’s Best Outdoor Wedding Locations: Bradley’s Head

By: Ace

Being a Wedding Photographer in Sydney means that I get to work in a different “office” at almost every event. It can sometimes be a while before I get to hang out at the same location again. A question I am often asked is which are my favourite outdoor locations to hold a wedding in Sydney? In this series of articles, I will be answering that question.

First up is Bradley’s Head, located in Mosman just past Taronga Zoo. It is on the North Shore of Sydney Harbour right opposite Point Piper on the Southern side. It is a beautifully secluded location which is accessed via a windy road that leads to the end of this little peninsular.

A tiny car park that fits about 10 cars marks the end of the road. Alighting from your vehicle you are immediately greeted by sweeping harbour views and, if the sun is out, a glinting cityscape formed by the Sydney skyline.

The venue itself has a natural amphitheatre that is at the bottom of a number of stone steps which in themselves provide a great way for the bride to make her entrance in front of the waiting audience.

Aside from the incredible views, there are also some fantastic photographic locations within a 500m radius of the site. Bradley’s head not only has amazing harbour, city and bridge views but also a small beach which is great for those barefoot shots of the newly weds strolling on the sand.

Another great feature is the amazing stonework that forms a natural wall for the back and one side of the main site itself. It provides an excellent textured background to photograph against. It is also in its own natural shade from early afternoon to the end of the day – invaluable if, as was the case the last time I was there, the sun is blazing down from above making it less than ideal from a photographer’s perspective.

If you are feeling inspired or maybe just curious to find out more, take a look at some of the images from Bradley’s head at

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