Shoot locations in and around Darwin
George has worked with many couples to create lasting memories of their special day. "It's rewarding working with a couple, it’s a great feeling when you get it right”. George has a natural photography style and this is why people come to him. Darwin allows him to use the natural light and leverage the Northern Territory's many stunning locations.
George’s top Darwin wedding photography locations:
East Point Reserve
East Point is great at sunset where you've got the reflection off the water and the backdrop of the rocks. It’s close to the city and provides a quiet and intimate moment to shoot.
Pee Wee's at the Point, located within East Point Reserve, remains a popular location. "A lot of people have interstate guests; being at Pee Wee's allows you to hold both the ceremony and reception without the guests having to travel too far. You also have the city in the background and see the spectacular sunset”.
George Brown Botanic Gardens
Gardens Road opposite the George Brown Botanic Gardens is fantastic as there are beautiful big trees and the light comes through in a magical way late in the afternoon.
Lee Point Beach
Lee Point Beach on the north side of Darwin is an unspoilt location with a long stretch of secluded beach ideal for afternoon photo shoots.
Some couples just want greenery or a magical sunset and The Esplanade provides both, with its lush green lingering spaces, shady trees and glittering Darwin Harbour backdrop.
If your style is ‘Old Darwin’ with a vintage element, then Browns Mart, The Ruins, or Old Government House are popular photography locations in the heart of Darwin. Even the laneways provide a more rustic feel.
The Paspaley Building in the centre of town is a great photography location after sunset, taking advantage of the light that comes out from the windows. For the right couple the Paspaley branding in the background adds a touch of class.
Hold an outback wedding
George shared some more unusual wedding locations that certainly sound memorable. With one couple selecting a cattle yard in Noonamah as the backdrop for their photos. George said, “the groom and his groomsmen were wearing cowboy hats and dirty boots, shots were taken on the hay bales, and all the while they were dodging cow dung. It was a great adventure."