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Weddings

Celebrate your special day at one of Australia’s most beautiful locations.
Weddings
On Wadjemup / Rottnest Island, all wedding beach ceremonies and receptions, must be managed through your chosen venue.

Ceremony and Reception Venues

Pinky
Pinky’s Rottnest Island

Pinky’s Rottnest Island

The function lawn at Pinky’s Rottnest Island is the ideal place to say “I do”. With picture-perfect views overlooking Pinky Beach and Bathurst Lighthouse, celebrate with family and friends at one of Australia’s most beautiful locations. Enjoy locally-sourced cuisine and WA wines over a seated or cocktail reception. Everything is within easy reach, from your ceremony location,an unforgettable party space for your reception and accommodation for your wedding night to a relaxed setting for your post-wedding gathering.
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Geordie Bay Cafe & Art Gallery

Geordie Bay Cafe & Art Gallery

After something a bit different? Geordie Bay Cafe presents a unique venue for small wedding receptions of up to 40 people. Offering bespoke function packages that tailor to the individual, the team here can cater for canape style cocktail functions through to full degustation menus.
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Ceremony Venues

Chapel
Rottnest Chapel

Rottnest Chapel

The historical Rottnest Chapel provides a unique backdrop for your wedding ceremony. Built in 1858, the chapel features white-washed walls and a stained-glass window and has capacity for up to 50 people. The Rottnest Chapel is located centrally in the Thomson Bay settlement, next to Wadjemup Museum and Sculpture Garden.

For general enquiries, please contact the Anglican Chapel Coordinating Chaplain, Reverend Marc Dale on (+61) 431 169 795 or [email protected]
Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Holy Trinity Catholic Church

The Holy Trinity Catholic Church, on top of a hill near the main bus stop in the Thomson Bay settlement, was built in 1975. This light and airy church can accommodate 100 people, with full-length doors on each side opening into the secluded courtyard to accommodate larger groups.

For general enquiries, please contact the Catholic Church Coordinating Chaplain, Father Leon on (+61 8) 9292 5052.
Rottnest Island tea tree
Rottnest Island tea tree

Bringing Flowers to the Island

As a Class A Reserve, it’s important to protect the spectacular flora that calls the island home. If you’re planning on bringing your own, it’s essential that you get approval from the Rottnest Island Authority to comply with the regulations in place. Your florist needs to be suitably certified and provide information about the species being imported.

Wedding Photography

If you’re using a commercial photographer to capture the memories of your special day, there are certain things they need to know and do before they begin. Read more on filming permits and guidelines on the island.