gold coast wedding locations
If you’re planning to say ‘I do’ on the sun drenched beaches or parks of the Gold Coast, it is recommended that your seek approval from the City of Gold Coast. Beach weddings are approved by the City at no cost to the applicant on a non-exclusive basis for simple ceremonies only. Click on the link to apply and find out restrictions concerning time, number of guests and furniture. Having a permit protects you, other beach users and the environment. Park weddings also require approval by the City and incur a fee of $98. Click on the link to apply. Come and see some of my favourite Gold Coast wedding locations.
QT Hotel Surfers’ Paradise
QT sets a new standard for the design conscious who seek a savvy, inspirational experience that wows the senses. Situated in the heart of Surfers’ Paradise and only a stone’s throw away from the beach, QT offers an unforgettable experience and ticks all the boxes for your upbeat wedding.
Len Wort Park Currumbin
Nestled under the casuarinas, Len Wort Park is a perfect beachside location to celebrate your wedding. Right on the beach, your senses are brought to life by the sound and smell of the ocean and being set back a little, the edge is taken off any strong winds that can cause havoc at weddings. This hidden gem is a popular choice and lends itself to any style of wedding. For more information and applying for a permit go to Gold Coast City Council.
Froggies Beach, Coolangatta
What a little gem this location is! On the southern tip of Queensland, Froggy’s is nestled between Point Danger and Snapper Rocks and is a snug cove, protected from the winds by the surrounding rocky landscape. Rolling waves, sand, driftwood and rocky outcrops with cascading Pandanus palms and Casuarinas all add up to a divine wedding location. Contact the Gold City Council to secure your booking.
John Laws Park, Burleigh Heads
John Laws Park, Burleigh Heads, runs the full length of Burleigh Headland and offers several ceremony opportunities all with panoramic views of the iconic Burleigh break and northward to the Surfers’ Paradise skyline. Nestled under the towering Norfolk pines, John Laws Park is a popular public space and it’s recommended you apply to the Gold City Council for a permit.