If you’re planning your wedding in Western Australia, you have one-third of Australia to choose from.
How about a bustling city like Perth, located in the coastal southwestern plains of this State?
Or you can explore this state’s historical traditions in a smaller, northerly remote town like Broome, an inner location such as Kalgoorlie, or any of several others.
Weddings in Perth
In case you haven’t heard the news, Perth has grown up!
Now Australia’s fourth largest city, it’s full of wedding vendors and suppliers for everything you need.
Whether you want to look at ideas for bombonieres, schedule a celebrant, book a venue, choose live musical entertainment or a wedding DJ, or wrap yourself up in the gown of your dreams, it’s all here for you. And it’s a stepping-off place to reach Western Australia’s other locations.
You can book a place near St. Georges Terrace, which runs parallel to the peaceful Swan River. Many people love the exotic beauty of Queen’s Gardens or the sculpted King’s Gardens. Your choices range from boat jet adventures on the Swan.
Exchange your vows against a peaceful beach backdrop, and then party with your guests in Barrack Square. Artists both indigenous and transplanted to the area contribute to the rich cultural choices you’ll find.
Don’t forget that there’s much more to Western Australia than Perth!
Weddings in the North West
Celebrate your love in the rugged Kimberley region of the country including Broome, and not far from the Karijini National Park. You’ll be walking on soil that’s possibly the oldest terra firma on the planet, which imbues your love with the meaning of everlasting time.
The park itself offers you the most spectacular views on Earth, from Dales and Weno Gorges offering waves of scenic color, to awe-inspiring Fortescue Falls and the Circular Pond.
If you really want to get into the outback, you can choose a tour that’s guided by experts in this wild, remote place.
Kooljaman at Cape Leveque
If you are experienced four-wheel-drive enthusiasts, you’ll love visiting places rampant with culture and history like Cape Leveque.
For those who prefer to leave the driving to the experts, you can book tours that include trip protection and still visit places like Sun Pictures, a unique open-air picture show. Buy jewellery for each other at Linney’s in Broome.
In this northern area of Western Australia, you can stop off at a sanctuary resort or a beach retreat. From Broome to Port Hedland runs eighty miles of a beautiful, pristine beach, a great backdrop for a wedding – appropriately named “80 mile beach”
Port Hedland, known for its industry, exudes an open and relaxed atmosphere—a happy place for lovers. You’ll get some amazing photos amongst the iron rich red rock outcrops.
And you can also choose a honeymoon that’s half four-wheel-drive, half cruise, thoughout the territory and then down the coast.
Wedding in the East
Kalgoorlie-Boulder synthesizes the wildness of the outback with the comforts of civilization. Best wedding places here start with City Hall, an impressive Edwardian-style building laden with culture and history and equipped with a fine banquet hall.
The city also owns a gazebo set amidst a wonderful park that will inspire your vows. There’s also Hammond Park, which adds animal displays to its impressive flora.
This city is another fine place to find many of your wedding needs, such as reception supplies, florists, jewellery, live entertainment or wedding DJs, bombonieres, caterers, and everything else you’ll need to create the wedding you’ve always imagined.
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