We live in a beautiful part of the world, perfect for an outdoor wedding ceremony. MidCoast Council is happy to permit wedding ceremonies on Council reserves and beaches. However, we are unable to allow wedding receptions.
There is no charge to use a Council reserve or beach for a wedding ceremony, but you will need to submit an application to use public land. We will also need the following additional information:
The approximate number of guests (so any parking issues can be sorted out).
Tell us about any special items you will be bringing to the ceremony (such as carpet, seating, tables, arches, flowers, etc.)
Other than at Pebbly Beach Outdoor Learning Centre, we can't give exclusive use of public spaces, so it is requested there be no disturbance to other users. Rice or confetti is also not allowed on any reserve or beach.
For more information on holding a wedding in a public space, please go to our 'Holding an Event' web page.
You can search for any of our parks, public halls and community centres on our 'Find a Facility' page.
For holding an event or running a business on public land click here.