Hey guys Mark here again, just some locations where to have your wedding at Noosa on the Sunshine Coast.
Alexandra Headlands – The Bluff. Picture this – A 180 degree view of the ocean from the top of a towering headland with a cool breeze rolling in to chill your nerves. That could be you standing up top Alexandra Headland, especially around The Bluff. The HMAS Brisbane memorial – The peak of the headland is a popular place to get married – don’t be surprised if you’re scouting the area one weekend and come across a wedding yourself. The HMAS Brisbane memorial is a lovely place, just aboved the grassed area – it’s as if it was made for that special day.
Mooloolaba – Mooloolaba Spit.
Mooloolaba is known worldwide – it’s up there with Noosa whenever you mention the words ‘Sunshine Coast’. So why not hold a wedding somewhere that will make everyone else utterly jealous? Mooloolaba is a great place to tie the knot, especially down by the Mooloolah River at the spit. On a beautiful day out it can get crowded down there with plenty of people enjoying the sun, but that will only add to the atmosphere. I’ve seen plenty of weddings happen down here and they don’t seem to mind the extra ‘guests’ watching on.
Buddina – Point Cartwright Reserve and La Balsa Park
Say “I do” with views to die for at both Point Cartwright and nearby La Balsa Park in Buddina. Both spots are popular with locals and tourists, so why would a wedding be any different? The headland will give you almost 360 degrees from the ocean to the hinterland, while La Balsa Park has a perfect position right by the Mooloolah River. Both have easy access and you won’t have to walk too far to the Point if you park in the carpark near the top of the headland.
Tanawha – Maroochy Botanical Gardens
To be found in the midsts of 82 hectares of forestry, the Maroochy Botanical Gardens is one of the most beautiful places you could hope to get married. The gardens boast plants native to east coast tropical Australia, as well as plenty of rock pools, lagoons, walking tracks, artworks, picnic areas and wildlife.
Cotton Tree – Cotton Tree Park
You can’t go wrong with Cotton Tree – it’s a popular spot for families and you could start yours here with a beautiful wedding ceremony. The park has plenty of jetties sticking out over the Maroochy River, offering great shots of the river as well as magnificent Mount Coolum in the background setting the scene for your dream wedding. Pick your own With the exception of certain parts of Noosa Main Beach, all Sunshine Coast beaches and parks are available for your special day. You have a choice of hundreds of locations in your own backyard – just get out there and search through the suburb you like more, anywhere between the hinterland and the beach, and decided which location takes your fancy. Noosa Tourism even has its own website dedicated to finding the location of your dreams here. For vital information about hosting a wedding in public check as well as a map detailing more popular spots check out out this page on Sunshine Coast Council’s website.
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