Why not have your wedding on the Great Barrier Reef. There are very few locations on earth that are as special so why not celebrate your special day with a Great Barrier Reef wedding. There are a number of ways that you can make this happen. Either use the facilities at one of the many island resorts that are scattered along the reef or use a charter boat and there are many of these available in places like Airlie Beach, Hamilton Island or Cairns and Port Douglas. Heart Reef is one of the icons of the Great Barrier Reef and this is a popular place to anchor a charter Boat for your special day.
Hamilton Island has its own airport and it is situated right in the middle of the Whitsunday Islands. It makes a great jumping off point for a charter boat to take you to the reef or you can have a fully catered Hamilton Island wedding. They even have special staff whose job it is to fully organize your wedding and it is so convenient to get to for you and the wedding party. There is also a magnificent chapel and a dozen different choices of location for your reception. If you choose to stay on for your honeymoon you can choose between the Reef View Hotel or Qualia resort.
GREAT BARRIER REEF ISLANDS
GREAT BARRIER REEF WEDDINGS
In far North Queensland you have lots of choices for your wedding. Two of Australia’s most exclusive island resorts would be delighted to host your noptials. They are Bedarra Island resort and Orpheus Island resort. Both of these cater for small numbers of guests in a totally private location. Dunk Island and Lizard Island are sensational Great Barrier Reef destinations and a Port Douglas wedding will give a choice of dozens of resorts with magnificent tropical gardens. The islands that are on the Great Barrier Reef itself have that special something. These islands include Lizard Island, Green Island, Heron Island and Lady Elliot Island.
There are so many places to choose from that some advice from one of our trained consultants will always be useful, so don’t hesitate to contact us and ask.
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