wedding and elopement planning

For resources that may help plan your special day, including celebrants, caterers, photographers, hairdressers, vineyards, and entertainment, use our handy guide below.

elopement locations

The possibilities are endless, limited only by your imagination – but here are a few popular options

wedding or elopement venues

These venues are able to cater for anything you may need, whether you are eloping with a just a couple of witnesses, or you are organising a much larger celebration.



out of area

When the local photographers are booked, the following artists visit regularly






Mobile catering services really open up your options when planning your special day


craft microbreweries & distilleries


  • Pete Cornelius Music  – Pete is widely recognised as one of Austalia’s finest blues players.  Pete’s style is difficult to describe but is steeped in heartfelt blues, greasy funk & soul with Americana overtones. His authentic sound and original songwriting is unique to Pete and does not disappoint.
  • Ange Boxall – Intimate elopements only.  Ange embodies the spirit of the modern Americana star – with a 1970s singer songwriter heart.Her very own style of country-folk-pop is commercial, crystal clear, and wickedly catchy.
  • The Pretty Things Bicheno – Headliners at The Bicheno Food and Wine Festival every year, the Pretty Things Bicheno are a local cover band, available for weddings, parties, anything!

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