Congratulations on your engagement! We are so excited for you both 💎💍👰🤵!
Now it’s time to take your engagement photos (because if there are no photos did it even happen?). Here are our favourite, picturesque South-East Queensland backdrops.
There are simply too many gorgeous parks in Brisbane to list them all. No matter which one you choose, you can’t go wrong. For a beautiful city view, we suggest dropping by Kangaroo Point, for a spot of colour try New Farm park when the jacarandas are blooming, and for a classic, year-round option, the botanical gardens will be perfect.
If it’s a classic look you’re after, the Brisbane Powerhouse or Old Government House at QUT are close to the city centre and make for sophisticated backdrops. Although it’s a little further out of the city, the Shorncliffe Pier is fairly quiet and surprisingly breathtaking at sunset.
If you’re a Toowoomba local, you will be familiar with the go-to photo spots: The Japanese Gardens, Picnic Point, and the Bunya Mountains. These places are the go-to because they are beautiful and have many spots to get the best pic. If you’re looking for something a bit different, however, we would suggest finding your favourite graffiti or down by the railway.
If you’re looking to go even further out of town, you should head south towards Allora and Warwick. On the way, you can stop and smell the sunflowers. Okay, well you don’t really smell sunflowers but they are more common than roses out that way. Queen Mary Falls after some decent rain will also provide stunning scenery for your engagement photos.
Pretty much anywhere along the coastline will be a great spot for engagement photos. We suggest finding a quieter location with fewer people to work around. If you head a little further south, Lennox Head or the Pat Morton Lookout on a quiet day will suit nicely.