Sunday, January 2, 2011

Where can I have my Wedding Ceremony on Norfolk Island?

There is a French saying: "Love is the dawn of marriage, and marriage is the sunset of love."

- De Finod

We live on an Island here so there is unlimited views of mountains,oceans, beaches and bays, convict ruins and restored Georgian buildings, valleys, clifftops and waterfalls plus sunrises AND sunsets.

You chose your setting here with any backdrop for your special day.

Here are some popular choices for outdoor or marquee weddings;

Anson bay and puppy's point

Emily bay and the Salthouse
little beach
Cemetary bay
The pier (Kingston or Cascade)
Cockpit waterfall
Captain Cook's monument
Ball bay
100 acre wood

Mount Pitt

Palm Glen

Simons water (by kind permission of Mr Bernie Christian-Bailey)

Camelot gardens
Forrester Court

Indoor wedding choices include;

The parish centre
The N.I gun club at Anson bay
N.I golf club

Aurelia resort

Paradise hotel - used to be colonial hotel

Dino's at Bumboras

Hillcrest hotel
Norfolk Blue homestead

South pacific resort

Two Chimneys winery

Mokutu inn's Sublime lounge


Cafe Pacifica in Daa Nursery

By the bay, Bucks point

Or there are plenty of private homes and properties that the locals are happy to share with you.

There will need to be permission sought for the use of some areas to the Norfolk island administration or to The Norfolk Island National Parks and Wildlife, but being such a friendly Island, there won't be many reasons to refuse.

or if just a small number and you want something really different, why not try a scuba dive wedding under the water or the glass bottom boat in the middle of Emily bay.

If you need any extra information, I am happy to share.

Email me at or phone +6723 51862

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