Honeymoons in Australia
A honeymoon at home can be the perfect way to begin married life. Why not consider a honeymoon in Australia to experience the best your home country has to offer? From the bright city lights of Sydney to the amazing wineries in Western Australia, you’re bound to have the time of your life on a honeymoon in Australia.
If you don’t fancy long plane journeys overseas then why not consider honeymooning right here in Australia? You could do a road trip through the outback, visit the bustling cities of Sydney and Melbourne, or sample home-grown wine in some of Australia’s amazing wine regions. The adventurous can spend their Australian honeymoon whale watching in Hervey Bay, climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, surfing at Manly beach or taking in Uluru Rock by helicopter. If beaches are more your thing, there are plenty throughout Australia where you can surf, swim, dive or just lounge around – whatever you want from a honeymoon, you’re bound to find something to suit in Australia.
Key Facts for Australia
Currency: Australian Dollar
Flight time: 4 hours from Sydney
When to Honeymoon in Australia
Summer in Australia falls between November and March, so the country is at its hottest then. Australia is at its coldest between June and July, where temperatures can drop to as low as around 13°C.
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Getting Married in Australia
If you're looking for a wedding destination which can boast of cosmopolitan cities, sandy beaches, sea and sun, with an occasional tropical rainforest or coral reef thrown in, then Australia is that destination. With a wide array of churches and chapels, and other less conventional choices, all of which guarantee spectacular scenic backdrops for the wedding photography, then it's not hard to see why even Australians choose weddings in Australia.
According to the law, you will need to file a Notice of Intended Marriage to an authorised marriage celebrant no less than one month and one day and within 18 months of your intended wedding date. This needs to be signed in front of a notary public or an Australian Diplomatic Officer or Australian Consular Officer. Alternatively you can get it witnessed by an employee of the Commonwealth authorised under para 3(c) of the Consular Fees Act 1955 or by an employee of the Australian Trade Commission authorised under para 3(d) of the Consular Fees Act 1955. Once the form has been witnessed it can be given to your wedding planner or sent to the Marriage Celebrant. Other documents you will need to take with you include an original full birth certificate. For further information visit http://www.ag.gov.au/www/agd/agd.nsf/Page/MarriageGetting_Married
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