Fancy marrying on a Sunshine Coast beach? By all means you can do so. Weddings are so special its celebration deserves to be done in the most wonderful places as much as possible. With that, a Sunshine Coast beach is indeed a great choice.

There are a lot of pristine beaches on the Sunshine Coast. If you’re not sure which one you’ll pick because one is as beautiful as the other, the list below contains the most famous beach venues for weddings. Hopefully it can help you finally decide.

•    Coolum Beach
Coolum Beach is one of the best whale watching areas on the Sunshine Coast. Get married between June 1 and October 31 and you might get the chance to have our friendly aquatic mammals photobomb you in one or several of your wedding photos. 

•    Mooloolaba Beach
The crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean, the unfathomable beauty of the Mooloolaba Beach, and the hospitable locals will make your wedding by the beach as solemn as possible. If you want a quiet and formal beach wedding, this is the place to be.

•    Dicky Beach
With its name coming from the iron steamboat S.S. Dicky, which wreck was stranded on the area for a long time, Dicky Beach earned its added beauty from the scattered shells and treasured boat remnants here and there. Get married with some dramatic history here.

Before you and partner can finally say your I Do’s on a Sunshine Coast beach, you are first to seek the approval of the region’s council. You can visit its official website for more information on this fr

A honeymoon on the Sunshine Coast is also a great idea, and we have the best Noosaville resort for you!

Situated within all the tranquility a tropical garden can offer, Noosa Tropicana is the perfect resort for you and your partner. With a lagoon style swimming pool nestled in the tall trees and fully furnished apartments units with private balconies, you’re sure to have a quality, romantic honeymoon with us.

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