St Vincent Gardens

Located in the heart of inner city suburb Albert Park, the historic St Vincent Gardens have long provided a picturesque setting for wedding day celebrations and photography. This symmetrically landscaped garden was designed in the 19th century by the then General of Victoria; Andrew Clarke, and what a remarkable legacy it has made! These beautiful grounds provide a diversity of backdrops and natural details; including sweeping paths, unique native flora and lush greenery — the definition of true romance. At Serendipity we love the fact that the grounds are surrounded by a suite of original victorian terraces (the ideal accompaniment for classic portraits of the bride and groom) making the perfect setting if you’re hoping to add a touch of old world charm to your celebrations.

St Vincent Garden’s close proximity to the vibrant CBD renders it both a convenient and enchanting destination for many different types of wedding day festivities. The spacious grounds are well suited for lovely garden ceremonies, either beneath a flowing canopy you’ve chosen yourself or the organic framing offered by the selection of grand trees. The generous design provides a range of picturesque and flexible photographic opportunities. The newly weds can indulge in a romantic stroll along the wide circling paths, amidst the tranquility of soft dappled light, whilst the range of striking angles and backdrops are perfect for candid and dramatic family shots.

Close by St Vincent Gardens are a range of alternative photographic locations including the South Melbourne Town Hall, the breathtaking rustic charm of St Kilda, Kerford Road PierKimberley Gardens as well as the unique aesthetics of Port Melbourne. Have a look at our main page on Piers and Parks for more inspiration. This lovely destination is well worth the visit!

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