WA Weddings
By Jennifer Morton From WA Explorer

8 of the most magical places in Western Australia to pop the question

A marriage proposal is a major life decision and milestone. It can be nerve-wrecking, overwhelming and exciting, all at the same time. Jennifer from the WA Explorer blog shares a few of her favourites places in our huge and wonderful state that are just the perfect place for you to pop the question.

Planning your engagement can be a simple, spur-of-the-moment affair or a well-thought-out recipe for romance that includes adventure, adrenaline, secrets, mystery and travel.

Many women dream of their wedding their entire lives and often, their partner has little to do with the planning of the big day. That’s why asking for your significant other’s hand in marriage is a chance to shine bright and make a statement.

Let’s take a stroll through some romantic, distinctive ways to make the grandest of gestures at Western Australia’s most magical places to propose.

Salmon Bay, Rottnest Island

The first time you see the vibrant layers of sand, sea and sky at Rottnest Island’s Salmon Bay, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to beach heaven. Add a marriage proposal to the mix and you and your lover are certain to be breathless. To get there, take the Rottnest Express ferry from Perth (two hours) or Fremantle (30 minutes). On the island, rent a bicycle-built-for-two at Pedal and Flipper to up the ante on intimacy and cuteness. If you want to take popping the question to the next level, organise tandem skydives over the island and propose upon touching down on the beach (don’t worry, the skydive crew will keep the ring safe until you land). Talk about taking a leap.


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West Australian Explorer is the outdoor guide to WA. Their blog focuses on adventure sports, nature-based activities, conservation and inspiring travel tales.