Fred & Hannah
Southern Tasmania is a treasure trove of wedding possibilities to offer couples seeking a unique and romantic wedding experience. From the iconic beauty of Hobart, where you can exchange vows against the stunning backdrop of Mount Wellington and the Derwent River, to the tranquil allure of Bruny Island with its pristine beaches and rugged cliffs, the region boasts diverse landscapes.
The historic charm of Battery Point and the cultural richness of Salamanca Place provide picturesque settings for pre- and post-wedding celebrations. Inland, the Huon Valley showcases lush orchards and rolling hills perfect for rustic weddings, while the Tasman Peninsula offers dramatic coastal cliffs and stunning geological formations.
Whether you’re drawn to the urban sophistication of Hobart, the secluded romance of an island wedding, or the untamed beauty of Tasmania’s southern wilderness, this region is a veritable wonderland for couples seeking a wedding that reflects their unique love story amidst the breathtaking landscapes of southern Tasmania.
Southern Tasmania is home to Hobart, the state capital, which offers an eclectic mix of history, culture, and art. The city has a vibrant arts scene, with various festivals and events taking place throughout the year, such as the popular Dark Mofo festival, which celebrates art, music, and food. Hobart also has a diverse culinary scene, with a range of restaurants offering fresh seafood, local produce, and international cuisine.
Nestled against the backdrop of Mount Wellington and overlooking the Derwent River, Hobart offers a myriad of stunning venues, picturesque vineyards, beachfront hotels and rooftop terraces. Hobart’s thriving culinary scene ensures that your wedding guests will savor gourmet delights, including the freshest Tasmanian produce and seafood.
With its rich cultural heritage, art galleries, and a vibrant arts scene, Hobart adds a touch of urban sophistication to any wedding celebration. Whether you’re dreaming of a classic, contemporary, or eclectic wedding, Hobart invites couples to explore its diversity and create a wedding day in Tasmania’s capital city.
Fred & Hannah
Situated just east of Cambridge and Colebrook, the Coal River Valley offers picturesque views and a thriving wine scene. Nestled in the countryside just outside of Hobart, this region boasts a growing reputation for producing exceptional cool-climate wines. Imagine saying your vows in the midst of lush vineyard rows, surrounded by the scent of ripe grapes and framed by rolling hills. The region boasts several vineyards and wineries that not only offer breathtaking views for ceremonies and receptions but also provide a unique experience for wine-loving couples and their guests.
The Huon Valley, nestled in the southern reaches of Tasmania, is a haven for couples seeking a wedding destination that combines natural splendour with rustic charm. This region is renowned for its lush orchards, rolling hills, and pristine rivers. Imagine tying the knot beneath the blossoming apple trees or by the tranquil banks of the Huon River, surrounded by the beauty of the Tasmanian countryside.
The Huon Valley’s warm and welcoming communities provide a genuine atmosphere for wedding festivities with options including rustic barn weddings, orchard ceremonies and wild and untamed smaller venues. The Huon Valley invites couples to embrace its natural beauty and create a wedding day that reflects the region’s unique character and charm.
Fred & Hannah
Bruny Island is an island located off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania. It is separated from Hobart by the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, and its east coast lies within the Tasman Sea. The island is known for its breathtaking and diverse landscapes, stunning wildlife, and delicious local food and beverages
Bruny Island’s tranquil ambiance and untouched landscapes create a sense of escape, making it an ideal setting for couples seeking a unique and intimate wedding experience.
Food lovers will be delighted by the culinary offerings on Bruny Island. The island is known for its fresh produce, including seafood, cheese, oysters, and berries. There are also local producers and artisans to cater for a truly gourmet wedding experience.
The Tasman Peninsula, a captivating slice of Tasmania’s rugged coastline, offers couples a dramatic backdrop for their wedding day. This remarkable region is known for its sheer cliffs and the iconic dolerite columns of the Tasman Arch and Tessellated Pavement. Imagine saying your vows against the backdrop of these geological wonders, with the sound of waves crashing below, or on one of the peninsula’s beaches as the sun sets over the Southern Ocean.
With its proximity to the historic Port Arthur site and further outdoor adventures, this region offers not just a wedding location but an opportunity for couples and their guests to immerse themselves in Tasmania’s rich history and natural wonders.