Get Romantic in Australia
Imagine saying "I do" in a tropical rainforest. Exchange rings on a stunning beach while the sun is setting in the background. Experience your first kiss as a married couple in Australia's oldest wine growing region with the sweet smells all around you. Australia has so many ideal places for weddings; all you have to do is decide if you want sun, sand and ocean, lush rainforest, beautiful wine gardens or city as your backdrop for your photos. Australia's unique beauty is a perfect place for you to begin your life together.
Get a way from it all; spend time on a white silica sand beach in the Whitsundays. Dive the Great Barrier Reef; rejuvenate yourselves with a spa treatment in a river in the rainforest. Take a seaplane to a secluded private island with a picnic lunch watch as your pilot leaves you to be alone, radio in when you would like to return. Cruise on the world famous Sydney Harbour while taking in views of the Opera House or simply sit back and enjoy your luxurious surroundings on your Romantic Honeymoon.
GETTING MARRIED IN AUSTRALIA
Australia's marriage law is the same nationwide.
Important forms and documents:
- Passport with a validity date of 3 months after travel
- Visa for entry
- Notice of Intended Marriage (This can be obtained by an Authorized Celebrant, Civil or Religious and can be filled out and witnessed outside of Australia) - this must be filled in by at least one of the parties and given to the celebrant within 6 months and no later then one month before the ceremony).
- Birth Certificates
- If you have been married before, you will need your final divorce papers
- If you widowed, spouses original death certificate is required
- If widowed, previous marriage certificate required
- Proof of adoption required.
- Proof of name change required
- It is required for the happy couple to spend at least 2 days in Australia prior to the wedding this is excluding the arrival day.
- It is required to have parental consent if you are under 18 years of age
- All original documents as stated above and a set of photocopies are required.
- Blood tests are not required in Australia
- Your wedding certificate will be sent home in the post
Please note: The information provided above is to be used only as a guide. We advise in all cases that you contact the relevant official government offices of the destination at which you choose to marry, for up to date legal requirements, before booking your wedding.