Workshops Museum – Hank Brown.
Workshops Museum – Hank Brown.

We reveal top spots to tie the knot in Ipswich

LOVE was in the air when we asked our Facebook friends where the best places were to get married in Ipswich.

Many people commented with some great suggestions and posted their beautiful wedding photos as well.

The most popular spot to get hitched was Kholo Gardens, with Darling Street Chapel coming in a close second.

"Darling Street Chapel was just beautiful and stress-free, was like having a wedding planner," said Brenda Kelly.

"Would highly recommend."

The Ipswich Turf Club was also a popular choice with Anya Richter recommending the venue. "Glen and his staff were absolutely amazing, the food was divine and having a designated function coordinator made it stress-free," she said. "Food was to die for and all in all, it was well priced."

The Bush Chapel at Queens Park was another common pick for couples looking to tie the knot.

There were a few out of the box suggestions from some readers, with The Old Flour Mill and the Railway Workshops Museum making the list.

Some Facebook readers weren't so loved up and had other ideas where the best place to get married is.

"At the court house so you can walk straight back in and apply to divorce," said Andrew Lambert.


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