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The top ceremony locations in Caloundra - revealed

When it comes to finding the top ceremony locations for weddings, Caloundra is often overlooked. Dream wedding ceremonies loves setting up wedding ceremonies at any of the fabulous spots along the Caloundra coastline. If you are hunting down a top spot, don't go past Caloundra beaches. Less over-crowded than the northerly neighbouring area, and way more relaxed with stunning views - Caloundra really ticks all the boxes for hosting the perfect wedding. Walk from your ceremony location to your reception and accommodation. Nothing can beat this!

Our favourites:

Happy Valley, Bulcock beach in the heart of Caloundra. Directly under the breath-taking and proud norfolk pine trees on a lovely grassy point. Views down the Pumicestone Passage, to the Glass house mountains. Tip: An autumn of spring late afternoon wedding, capture the sun setting over the mountains (you won't find this north of Caloundra) and the reflections the sun makes on the water. Perfect for photography. Walk over to Tides Restaurant with your guests and enjoy magnificent food and views with your guests.

Sir Leslie Wilson park: One of the most best kept secret locations. Nestled in between two streets, this gorgeous strip of lush green grass allows you to hold your ceremony completely away from any on-lookers. The most intimate and beautiful ceremony location, with uninterrupted views out over the ocean. No fences to obstruct your view. You can't go past Sir Leslie Wilson park. Reception idea: 3 bar and grill, stroll from your ceremony to your reception. Only a 5 min walk away. The food here is contemporary and high level cuisine.

Shelly Beach, Caloundra: This location has a real rugged and interesting landscape. With all the rockpools, this spot really creates a perfect backdrop and mood for hosting your ceremony. It also benefits from having toilet facilities. Another hidden away spot, perfect for your ceremony.

Below is a list of superb locations with photos and location information from the Sunshine Coast Council:

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