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Marriage Celebrants Chatswood
Chatswood is a major dining destination in the Lower North Shore and just 8 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district and the site of several heritage listed buildings.
In today’s modern, multicultural and prosperous Chatswood you will find unique wedding venue options from a Bavarian restaurant to a quirky car-based venue, to a converted warehouse as well as major hotel chains and a la carte restaurants catering to all sizes of wedding parties and budgets.
Although settlement began in 1876 and was greatly opened up with the construction of the North Shore Railway in 1890, Chatswood is primarily a post World War II retail, commercial and residential suburb.
Chatswood was named after the wife of the Mayor (at the time) of Willoughby – Charlotte Harnett, whose nickname was “Chattie” initially called Chattie’s Wood and eventually it became Chatswood. It was originally comprised mostly of orchards and dairy farms and associated factories such as Dairy Farmers Inc and Three Threes Pickle Factory, Mashman’s Bick and Tile Works and Hammond’s Butchery.
As a major commercial hub, you’ll discover a variety of accommodation houses available for your wedding guests in and around Chatswood from apartments, Bed and Breakfasts and hotels providing something to suit all your wedding guest’s needs.
Whether staying in Chatswood or just visiting for the wedding, access is very easy via train, bus or car.
Marriage Celebrants Manly
Are you thinking of getting married by the beach?
If so, you can’t go past Manly, a beautiful beachside suburb just 17 kilometres (11 miles) north-east of the Sydney central business district. It is hard to believe this beautiful Pacific haven exists not far from the hectic pace of Sydney but exudes a tranquil beachside lifestyle.
Imagine; your day starts with a spectacular sunrise over the ocean, joggers stretching and swimmers and surfers enjoying the aqua-blue waves. Have breakfast and coffee under the tall Norfolk Island pines, overlooking the beach or in the Corso, with your favourite marriage celebrant while you go over the details of your special day.
Manly is understandably a very popular choice as a wedding destination in New South Wales. Not only is it a picturesque area with beautiful beaches but there are many amazing wedding venue options from historic buildings to roof top venues with commanding ocean views to un-interrupted harbour views as your wedding backdrop. There are plenty of Manly wedding venue options catering to all sizes of wedding parties and budgets.
Manly was named by Captain Arthur Phillip who described the indigenous people in the area: “their confidence and manly behaviour made me give the name of Manly Cove to this place”, but it was not until the 1850’s that there was a vision of it being a seaside resort.
It was in this area that Aussies were introduced to surfing in 1914 by Duke Kahanamoku of Hawaii.
Today one of the main points of interest is the Manly Wharf which was constructed in 1855 with regular ferry services commencing the next year. A hotel was built and “the Corso” was cleared and is today the centrepiece for tourists and locals alike with around 200 retail, food and coffee shops giving it a village atmosphere and in fact Manly is still often referred to as “The Village”.
What To Do In Manly
There are so many interesting things to do in Manly. Your wedding guests staying here can take a leisurely walk along the beautiful beach and seek out Indigenous rock art engravings or visit the century old Grotto Point Lighthouse. After a relaxing tea or coffee in one of the many coffee shops, your guests will be beautifully relaxed before getting ready to share your special day with you.
There are all types of accommodation houses available for your wedding guests in and around Manly, and there’s somewhere to stay to suit all budgets and needs. For those who are not staying here it is very easily accessible via bus, ferry or car.
Marriage Celebrants Mosman
You couldn’t find a better place to have a Sydney wedding than the scenic harbourside suburb of Mosman on the lower north shore, just 8 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district.
Imagine; your day starts with a romantic walk, then enjoying a delicious breakfast and coffee in one of the many café’s or coffee shops with your favourite marriage celebrant while you go over the details of your special day.
Mosman is both picturesque and historical and has many unique wedding venue options from historic buildings to spectacular harbourside waterfronts to stunning Sydney Harbour backdrops. There is an abundance of Mosman wedding venue options catering to all sizes of wedding parties and budgets.
Mosman was named after shipping businessmen Archibald and George Mosman who were granted land in 1831 where they founded a whaling station and eventually owned 108 acres along the Mosman waterfront (Oh, to own that today!).
Mosman is also where well-known Aboriginal leader, Bungaree (c1775 – 1830) came from. Bungaree was painted many times and exhibited in major European cities.
In 1871 a wharf was built with regular ferry services to Circular Quay and at the start of the 20th century many beautiful Federation homes and rows of shops were lovingly built. In 1916 the world renown Taronga (meaning “beautiful view”) Zoo opened.
What To Do In Mosman
With its rich history, Mosman has many beautiful places to visit and see as well as amazing walking tracks. Mosman features a number of harbour beaches, the Zoo as well as boutiques, cafes and restaurants, some of which are now part of a conservation area including “The Strand”.
Your guests will be ready to share your special day with you after absorbing the atmosphere and attractions of the area.
There are all types of accommodation houses available for your wedding guests in and around Mosman from apartments, Bed and Breakfasts and hotels and there’s somewhere for all budgets and needs. Whether staying or just visiting for your wedding Mosman is very easily accessed via bus, ferry or car.
AMC is the largest directory of marriage celebrants in Australia with marriage celebrants in and around Chatswood, Manly and Mosman who will help make your special day as perfect as it can be.
Not only will they tailor, in a very personal way, your wedding but they also have years of experience in the Chatswood, Manly and Mosman Areas and can help you with suggestions like wedding venues, photographers, flowers etc.
All AMC marriage celebrants are authorised marriage celebrants under Australian law
An “authorised celebrant” is a person who is authorised (registered) by the Australian Government to perform legal marriages according to the Marriage Act 1961