Hamilton Island Weddings can arrange and facilitate both religious and civil ceremonies on Hamilton Island. Various religious officiators visit Hamilton Island regularly for the purpose of conducting weddings, these include:
While the above religious officiators conduct weddings on Hamilton Island regularly, should you wish to have a ceremony of another creed or religion, please don't hesitate to contact our office and we will make every effort to locate the appropriate person to officiate your wedding ceremony here, as well as looking into any other steps involved in making this ceremony a reality.
What is the difference between a religious officiator and a civil celebrant?
A religious officiator is a person authorised by both the Australian Government and a particular religious group to conduct marriage ceremonies. The decision of which particular religious officiator you choose to conduct your marriage ceremony would usually be based on which religious group you are currently member of, or which group your family has a history with.
A civil celebrant is a person authorised by the Australian Government to conduct marriage ceremonies.
How do i book my celebrant or officiator?
For more information or to request availability for any of the civil celebrants or officiators listed on this site, please contact your wedding consultant.
what legal requirements are involved?
For information regarding what you need to do to be legally married in Australia, please go to the "Need To Know" section of this website.
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