Posted 09 February
Getting married in Brisbane surrounds? Why not tie the knot in a stunning waterfront, or lush rainforest setting within the picturesque Moreton Bay Region
north of the city.
Inclusive of Bribie Island, Redcliffe and the Bayside, our region is home to a plethora of divine beachfront spots perfect for Moreton Bay weddings. With calm, blue waters and soft, white sand, teamed with an array of picturesque venues – it’s the perfect area for hosting relaxed, bohemian weddings.
Sunset Park on Bribie Island and Tingira Park along the Redcliffe peninsula offer arguably 2 of the best backdrops for waterside weddings.
Photography by Dominika Lis Photography. Florals by Coconut Earth Flowers North Lakes Wedding and Event Florist. Suit by When Freddie Met Lily. Gown by Andrea’s Bridal.
Aptly named Sunset Park, this prime location on the point of Bribie Island is the perfect place to exchange vows against a sunset backdrop over the water. With views of Pumicestone Passage and the Glasshouse Mountains, there’s even the option to make an entrance via boat!
For a small, intimate waterfront wedding ceremony, Sunset Park is simply ideal.
With the best of Redcliffe peninsula’s beaches, parklands and gorgeous reception venues close-by, you can’t go wrong with a ceremony at Tingira Park. The expansive views over Moreton Island and the bay provide a stunning backdrop for beachside nuptials and sunset photographs. Shaded by large trees, there’s plenty of room for your guests to retreat from the hot sun.
For wedding venues far removed from the beach, bountiful in natural ambience, consider our region’s hinterland.
Photography by Dominika Lis Photography. Florals by Coconut Earth Flowers North Lakes Wedding and Event Florist
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and suburban life and retreat to the Moreton Bay Region hinterland for your perfect day.
With dense bushland, dreamy landscapes, panoramic views and cosy venues – it’s the ideal spot for beautiful, rustic Moreton Bay weddings. Covering the areas of Woodford, Dayboro, Mount Mee, Ocean View, and the Samford Valley, these beautiful countryside precincts boast everything from hilltop lookouts to quaint halls and rustic wineries. The Mount Mee lookout for example, is just one of many tranquil hinterland hotspots perfect for tying the knot amongst nature.
The Mount Mee lookout, situated on the rolling hills of Mount Mee, is a picturesque location offering magnificent views of the Glasshouse Mountains and the coastline. The gazebo is ideal for intimate weddings, providing enough shelter for your small wedding party.
For more tranquil hinterland hotspots perfect for tying the knot amongst nature, take a look at:
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