Can't find a time that works for you?


Remember. Everyone getting married has to give at least one calendar month's notice. You do this by completing the Notice of Intended Marriage form. See Step 2. Complete NoIM document.

So if you haven't already booked you can't get married earlier than a month from today.

A. See all Locations available on a particular date.

Select a date below to see all our possible locations on that specific date.  To confirm availability or to book, click on the calendar block and follow directions.

B. Suggest a time.

If you still can't find a location, date and time that works for you, you can make a suggestions and we will see if we can help. Click here.





Not sure what date you can get married but want to start the paper work.  Click here to find out more.

Don't want a legal ceremony but want a celebration - why not a Commitment Ceremony or a Renewal of Vows. Click here to find out more.

Want to add to your special day?

How about: decorations, chairs, witnesses, photographers, food  & beverages, flowers. Click here  to find out more. 


Pricing - from $150


We are substantially cheaper than the government Marriage Registry office and a lot simpler to organise.

The price includes;

  • Lodgement of your Notice of Intended Marriage form (NoIM).
  • Your ceremony at an AMAZING location, including a signing table.
  • SAME-DAY registration of your Marriage with Births, Deaths and Marriage. So no waiting!

Amazing price PLUS Australia's highest Google rated marriage celebrant!


Simple, Easy & Fast


  • You complete all documents online.
  • NO INTERVIEW or meetings required before your ceremony.
  • Only one of you needs to sign the NoIM prior to your ceremony.
  • SAME-DAY registration of your Marriage. No waiting!
  • No matter where you are from around the world - ALL you need is your PASSPORT (OR original birth certificate AND drives license), if you haven't been previously married.

Recognised world-wide!


Australian Attorney-General's Department.

So your marriage can be legally registered your marriage celebrant must be Authorised by the Australian Attorney General.

To confirm your celebrant is an Authorised Marriage Celebrant click on the link below (to the Australian Government, Attorney-General's Department website) and type in your celebrants surname.

Example. Type in just "Teulon".

This will show that Michael Teulon, is an  Authorised Marriage Celebrant, and Principal Celebrant at Simple Ceremonies.

https://marriage.ag.gov.au/allcelebrants/both