All Saints Chapel - Hamilton Island

Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Area

All Saints Chapel is located hillside overlooking gorgeous Catseye Bay on Hamilton Island - Australia's favourite wedding destination!

The All Saints Chapel is non-denominational, which means ceremonies of all religions including Catholic, Uniting, Anglican and many more are welcome. In addition, the chapel can host non-religious and same sex commitment ceremonies conducted by a Civil Marriage Celebrant.

Over 400 happy couples choose to be married on romantic Hamilton Island every year, with more than half of those couples choosing the intimacy of All Saints Chapel to host their ceremony. The Chapel is also available for Christenings and Naming Ceremonies on an availability basis and can seat up to 100 people.

Hamilton Island Weddings are the family business dedicated to assisting couples arrange all aspects of their special day; including the use of the Chapel, a host of other ceremony location options, photography, video, reception venues, flowers, hair and makeup and all other products and services required to make your special day everything you've dreamed.

Choosing to be married in All Saints Chapel will provide you and all your guests' access to discounts off Hamilton Island's hotel accommodation, through Hamilton Island Weddings clubHIW rewards program.

1 Melaleuca Drive
Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

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