A wedding with hundreds of guests isn’t for everyone! In fact, it can be incredibly beautiful to keep your celebration small, with just your nearest and dearest close by as you say your vows.
No matter the reason you’ve chosen to elope in Sydney, lovers from near and far can rest assured that I will help make your special day as magical as you can imagine. If you think you’d like to elope, Sydney has so much to offer – and having lived in the city’s east for 20 years, I have a wealth of local knowledge to help make your wedding day and intimate and unforgettable affair. If you do choose to elope in Sydney, keeping it intimate, relaxed and romantic, you are truly spoilt for choice in Sydney, with the city and its surrounds offering so many stunning locations.
These are 15 secluded locations in Sydney's eastern suburbs that are perfect for an elopement:
Parsley Bay Reserve is a quiet, secluded parkland with a lovely bay view, a wonderful wooden footbridge, and a lot of vegetation.
A secret staircase leads to the clifftop park Diamond Bay Reserve, which offers amazing views of the ocean.
Bronte Gully is a tranquil, remote nature preserve encircled by luxuriant greenery and featuring a small watercourse.
Cape Banks is a wild and rocky headland with breathtaking views of the seashore and significant historical significance.
Nielsen Park is a charming, quiet beach with historic structures and lovely old trees that is tucked away in a little cove.
Vaucluse House is a magnificent old residence with lovely gardens and parkland that provides a variety of lovely locations for a ceremony.
Strickland House is a quaint, seclusion-filled, heritage-listed estate with lovely gardens that looks out over the harbour.
Historic Macquarie Lighthouse offers sweeping views of the harbour and the surrounding area.
A little island in Sydney Harbour called Shark Island is available for private event rentals and offers breathtaking views of the metropolitan skyline.
A huge and stunning national park with quiet beaches, waterfalls, and woodland paths is called Royal National Park.
La Perouse is a serene and storied seaside community with fortified rocky headlands, hidden coves, and antique buildings.
Little and attractive Clovelly Beach has calm waves and a lovely promenade.
Centennial Parklands is a huge, stunning parkland that is ideal for a picnic-style elopement because it has serene lakes, gardens, and woodlands.
Queens Park is a nice, tranquil parkland with gorgeous gardens and a stately old mansion that would be ideal for a garden wedding.
Kurnell is a rocky, undeveloped coastal region with expansive views of the ocean, sand dunes, and a significant historical significance for Australia.
Call Shelly Bennett Celebrant Sydney right away on +61 1800 687 948 to begin organising your ideal celebration.