1. Castaway Island, Fiji
Exchange vows barefoot on the beach on this private island, surrounded by your closest friends and family. You’ll enjoy the best food in Fiji, incredible service – and some of the world’s most spectacular views at nature’s altar. Visit castawayfiji.com.
2. Semara Luxury Villa Resort, Bali
Catering for groups from 12 to 150, this spectacular wedding destination in Bali can tailor every detail to your needs. This is the stunning clifftop retreat where Jen Hawkins and Jake Wall tied the knot! Visit semarauluwatu.com/events.
3. Underwater wedding, Tahiti
Adventurous couples may want to sign up for this unique ceremony underwater in a Bora Bora lagoon. With everyone wearing underwater helmets, the wedding takes place in a chapel at the bottom of the sea. We’re not sure what happens when it’s time to kiss the bride, though! Visit tahitivacations.co.nz.
4. Taronga Zoo, Sydney
Perched above Sydney Harbour and surrounded by greenery, this spectacular venue lets you tie the knot in the home of some new feathered, furry and scaly friends. Visit tarongacentre.com.au.
5. Eco Beach Resort, Broome
With a backdrop of red cliffs and the Indian Ocean in the foreground, Eco Beach Resort could be one of Australia’s best wedding destinations. The resort can comfortably accommodate wedding groups from two to 120 guests. Visit ecobeach.com.au.