If you are planning a wedding in Cairns or in the nearby region then get in touch with one of our consultants if you have any questions that you need answers for. Cairns is a fantastic wedding destination because it offers so many picturesque locations for you ceremony, loads of fantastic reception destinations and heaps of top class places to stay for the guests plus that special hidden place for your honeymoon. Cairns can also offer plenty of choices when it comes to celebrants, flowers, hair and beauty treatments and all of the other accouterments you will need on your special day. Cairns is also really east to get to as you can fly in direct from all southern cities as well as from overseas through the Cairns international airport.
Group rates are often available so if you are bringing a family and friends for the festivity’s then some special rates may apply at some resorts and hotels. The best resort destinations come in all shapes and sizes and there will be something to suit all different budgets. The esplanade is home to many fabulous resorts and hotels, many of which also have reception facilities and many also have dedicated wedding planners and contacts for Cairns wedding photography, to assist you with all the detailed arrangements that make for a trouble free wedding day. The Northern beaches area also has lots of fabulous resorts. Trinity Beach, Clifton Beach and Palm Cove are also very popular wedding destinations in their own right as is Port Douglas. Some of the North Queensland islands like Lizard Island and Dunk Island are accessed from Cairns and these may also become part of the equation.
If you choose Cairns as your wedding destination then your honeymoon choices are also increased with many nearby Island resorts within easy reach.
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