A Hamilton Island Honeymoon is the dream of many Australian girls when they start to plan their special day. This is one island resort that caters for everything when the big day for your wedding arrives and a special honeymoon is part of the deal. Weddings in the Whitsunday Islands have become extremely popular over the last decade or so, with all the guests being able to join in the festivities as well as staying on for a short holiday themselves.
If you choose Hamilton Island for your wedding and honeymoon, you will have a dedicated wedding planner at your disposal to take over all of the arrangements for you. The island has a number of fantastic locations for the ceremony itself, which include a magnificent chapel set on the hilltop overlooking the Coral Sea and the Islands of the Whitsunday Passage. The reception can be in one of the many restaurants or function rooms on the island, on a luxury cruising boat or even in a superb tropical garden setting. The venues for your honeymoon and wedding night give you a wide range of choices. Qualia resort, at the northern end of the island, is one of the world’s most luxurious resorts. The suites in the Reef view Hotel provide opulent luxury with panoramic views over the whole island and the Beach Club or a private home can also be arranged.
You can spend your honeymoon being as active or as relaxed as you choose. Laze around the pool with a bottle of French champagne or take a range of tours to Whitehaven beach, the Great Barrier Reef or a choice of beautiful islands also located in the beautiful Whitsunday Islands. Hamilton Island has many secluded locations which can be accessed by bushwalking or on a jet ski so there are plenty of places to go to get away from the hustle and bustle of the resort itself.
If the time has arrived to start planning for your Hamilton Island honeymoon then give us a call to start all the planning.
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