Sunday, June 21, 2009


Rove and Tasma chose Broome, Western Australia as their wedding destination.

Their wedding took place on Tuesday 16 June 2009 in a private beach ceremony surrounded only by a small group of their close family and friends.

It was amazing that they were able to keep their wedding a secret from the media and the locals alike. Being a small town, it is difficult to keep a secret in Broome and quite often “Broomours” start and take off like wild fire. However, in this instance it seems no one knows anything – or at least those that do are not saying.

Rove & Tasma certainly chose a great location to celebrate their special day. Broome offers a relaxed and romantic setting for weddings. Beautiful Cable Beach and its lovely sunsets is a perfect location for a casual beach wedding – with many couples getting married in bare feet.

The weather between May and October is perfect to plan an outdoor wedding and reception, with the days about 25-30degrees and the nights about 15 – 18 degrees and with little chance of rain during this these months.

There is a good choice of venues to hold a reception and also a range of accommodation for couples and guests. When couples choose to get married in Broome the wedding celebrations tend to extend for 3-4 days as family and friends are also on holidays and many other events are planned – fishing trips, visits to the day spas, cruises, champagne breakfasts. So the couple get a chance to really have some quality time with their wedding guests and everyone has a really good “catch up”. If they got married in their home town, then everyone gets together only for a few hours at the wedding reception, then back to normal the next day.

For more information on getting married in Broome, visit Broome Weddings. Broome Weddings provide a wedding coordination service to people from all over Australia and all over the world who choose to marry in Broome and experience something a little different for their special day.

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