I have had the pleasure of performing Marriage Ceremonies in a variety of beautiful venues and locations. With my wireless sound equipment, I can go anywhere. Some of these have been;
‘Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens’:
‘Lily Pond’, ‘Japanese Gardens’, ‘The Conservatory’, ‘Anniversary Arch’, ‘Fuchsia House.
Any area within the gardens is a beautiful setting for a ceremony. Imagine your photos surrounded by autumn leaves or standing on the white bridge overlooking the Lily Pond or on the red bridge in the Japanese Gardens. Have your whole wedding party and guests assembled under one of the oldest and largest trees in the gardens. The bark from trees looks amazing in photos.
‘Home Hill Winery’ – Ranelagh
Surrounded by the beauty of nature with endless hillside vineyards as the landscape, be married on the lawns on in the ‘Barrel Room’ and sit back and allow Rosemary and her excellent, professional staff take care of you.
‘Frogmore Creek’, formally known as ‘Meadowbank Estate Winery’ – Cambridge
Gorgeous views, a surrounding sea of vines, unlimited space, spectacular architecture, meticulous service and award-winning food and wine, there is no finer setting for you to impress the socks off your friends and family.
‘Belmont Vineyard’ – Pooley Winery – Richmond
Historic sandstone stables and coach house provide a perfect backdrop for weddings with plenty of carparking.
‘Puddleducks Vineyard’ – Richmond
Be prepared for a warm welcome at Puddleducks even by ‘Lucky the Duck’. Get married on the lawn or in the marquee and toast your marriage with a ‘Bubbleduck’ champers.
Coal Valley Vineyard’ – Cambridge
Enjoy the views and special Tasmanian ambience.
‘Pear Ridge’ – Margate
Hold your wedding in this contemporary style venue or outside in the ornamental Japanese style Zen garden. There is a spectaular Arbor covered with pear trees which is a unique place to set up for a long table luncheon.
‘Villa Howden’ (formally D’Entrecasteaux) – Howden
Offers romantic, serene, tranquil and unique surroundings with elegance and style – the fairytale package!
‘Stonefield’ – Brighton
Full of history, built in C1824 is the sandstone farmhouse – the staff don’t miss a beat.
Claremont House’ – Claremont
C1839, timeless architecture, grace and grandeur, showcasing verandahs, beautiful timber staircase, period chandeliers, warming fireplaces and built on 5 acre gardens.
‘Wrest Point Hotel/Casino’ – Hobart
A major focal point of Hobart, so many options!
‘Peppermint Bay’ – Woodbridge
A beautiful location on the lawns with the sea air and stunning water views in the background.
‘Tarraleah’ – Central Highlands
Why not a wedding in the wilderness with its natural surrounds situated in the centre of Tasmania.
‘Cascade Visitors Centre’ (formally known as ‘Woodstock Gardens’) – South Hobart
Amongst the beautiful laid out gardens or in case of inclement weather they can provide an alternative inside backup.
Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania’ – Sandy Bay
Attention to detail is what they offer. Overlooking an ever-changing marina, easy access to grassed and paved outdoor areas and balcony with an amazing outlook.
Bellerive Yacht Club’ – Bellerive
A waterfront ceremony held on the lawn or around the Marina with fantastic views over Kangaroo Bay and the Marina to Mount Wellington.
‘Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania’ – Lindisfarne
Offers a unique waterfront setting for your special occasion.
‘Waterside Pavilion’ – Mawsons Place, Hobart
Carry your champagne from indoors to outdoors toasting on the waterfront with your photos taken with the yachts.
‘Newlands Reception House’ – Mt. Stuart
Say ‘I Do’ in The Newlands Manor built in the 1830’s or in the private garden.
‘Henry Jones Art Hotel’ – Hobart
A former jam factory, located on Hobart’s waterfront in an historic location.
‘Hatcher’s Manor – Richmond
A country wedding in the historical town of Richmond – arrive by a horse-drawn carriage.
‘Lenna of Hobart’ – Battery Point
A beautifully preserved colonial mansion, just a stone’s throw from historic Salamanca Place.
‘Banks of the Huon’, Franklin
Breathe in the fresh air, take in the silence and let everyone here you say ‘I Do’.
‘Steele’s Island’ – Dodges Ferry
Private get-a-way for you and your guests, just like being on a deserted island.
‘Southern Lights’ – Kingston
Dance the night away in the huge dining room, only 15 minutes from the city.
‘Avalon Coast Retreat’ – Rocky Hills, Swansea – East Coast
Built to fully capture the breath-taking vista, enjoy the sunrises, sunsets, ocean’s allure, the peace and tranquility.
‘Brickendon’ – Longford
Whether it be the enchanting Gothic Chapel, the Sussex Barn or in the delightful garden settings, you won’t be disappointed.
‘Huntington Tavern’ – Kempton
Escape to the country to the township of Kempton – warm hospitality awaits.
‘The Belfry’ – Margate
Originally used as the ‘Margate Church’.
‘Town Hall’ – Hobart
The beautifully, decorated, ornate walls in the ballroom of Hobart’s Town Hall showcasing its manificient staircase, is one of history, grandeur and elegance.
‘Corinda’ – Glebe
Strolling across the cobbled courtyard will lead you into the extensive English-boxed hedges and topiary gardens belonging to the stately Victorian mansion.
Kangaroo Bluff ‘ – Bellerive
This historic site at Bellerive is a gun emplacement and fort built in 1880. Hobart city, Derwent River and Mt. Wellington as your backdrop.
‘The Old Woodstore’ – Hobart
The combination of original grandeur, old-world charm and exceptional service, makes the heritage listed Old Woolstore Hotel Hobart the perfect location for your special day.
‘Rosny Park Bowls Club & RSL’ – Rosny Park
Situated on the Eastern Shore of the River Derwent Estuary, with magnificent views across the river to the city of Hobart and Mount Wellington, as well as down the river.
‘Ethos’ Restaurant & Cafe – Hobart
This former stable has been transformed into a modern but still classical restaurant. Have your ceremony outside in the courtyard and your reception in the Restaurant.
‘Runnymede’ – New Town
A National Trust restored and furnished elegant and gracious two-storey 1830’s residence with its lovely surrounding gardens.
‘Glen Albyn Estate’ – Taroona
‘Wow’ is the first word you will say when you see this venue. Visually exciting, stunning, breath taking!
Hotel Grand Chancellor’ – Hobart
Located right on the waterfront of Hobart, you can easily walk to many locations to have photos after the ceremony.
‘Bellerive Boardwalk’ – Hobart
Under cover on the boardwalk, the backdrop showcases the water and yachts.
‘Iron House Point’, White Sands Estate – East Coast
Experience the wonder of Tasmania’s beautiful natural environment.
‘Richmond Wine Centre’ – Richmond
Located right in the middle of the historic Richmond village town. The unique design of the room means you can incorporate a garden party by flowing out through the removable walls into the garden space.
‘Richmond Bridge’ – Richmond
Marry alongside the banks of the Richmond Bridge or on the platform of Australia’s oldest known large stone arch bridge completed in 1825.
‘Salmon Ponds’ – Plenty
A 19th Century English Garden to hold your wedding along side the flowing rivers of the many different species of trout makes for a perfect setting.
Barilla Bay’ – Cambridge
Choice of the ‘Pearl Room’ upstairs from the Restaurant or outside in the ‘Gazebo’. Sip on one of Tassie’s sensational sparkling wines and a plate of freshly shucked Barilla Bay oysters.
‘Battery Point Community Hall’ – Battery Point
‘Republic Bar’ – North Hobart
‘St Andrew’s Park’ – North Hobart
St David’s Park’ – Hobart
The beauty of the park encompasses the long established trees, their boughs spreading across the path. There is nothing more beautiful than a ceremony held in natural surrounds. Wander down to Salamanca Place for those photos against the mix of historic sandstone Georgian and Victorian architecture.
‘Fitzroy Gardens’ – Hobart
‘Cascade Park’ – South Hobart
Experience a beach wedding…..the water glistening, the waves crashing, the sand beneath your feet……on one of Tassie’s many beautiful beaches;
‘Seven Mile Beach’
‘Blackmans Bay Beach’
‘Opossum Bay Beach’
‘Sandy Bay Beach’
‘Boltons Beach’ – Triabunna