When planning your beach wedding you will have a unique set of requirements to consider: a wet-weather plan, parasols to protect from the sun, easy access for elderly or disabled guests, someone to watch the little ones, and planning for a particularly wild and windy day. But after all that, a beach wedding can be one of the most visually stunning events, celebrating the natural beauty of sun, sand and sea.
Access to this paradise is as easy as taking the Princes Highway out of Sydney as you head off on your exploration of the glorious New South Wales’ South Coast.
Located between the Central Coast and Newcastle, Lake Macquarie is scenically stunning, offering backdrops of spectacular coastal views, rolling hills, and majestic forests.
An easy two-and-a-half-hour drive north of Sydney, the Port Stephens region is renowned for its golden beaches, crystal clear waters and dazzling blue skies.
Villa Botanica is now not only the jewel in the crown of Whitsunday wedding venues, it’s also regarded as one of the most beautiful and intimate venues in Australia.
Located only 300 meters from pristine beaches and national parks on the outskirts of Batemans Bay, Lilli Pilli Sublime offers a superb holiday accommodation!
With such spectacular ocean views, Merimbula Aquarium & Wharf Restaurant is the perfect choice for your gorgeous seaside-wedding.
The Sebel Harbourside Kiama is the perfect harbourside wedding venue, and to then commence your idyllic south coast honeymoon.
A collection of images that capture splendid seaside style.
Looking at travelling to New South Wales for your Destination Wedding? These images are sure to inspire you!
Need some inspiration for your Destination Wedding in South Australia? Here are some great images from South Australian photographers.
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