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Danielle & Sam Come Rain, Come Shine

A toast for two special people, Danielle and Sam, as they celebrate their union on this one fine rainy day. Set in the botanical gardens of Ballarat, the wedding was set against the backdrop of trees and pure nature all around. The rain showered down to remind Danielle and Sam that their journey together is about to begin, but come rain or shine, as long as they are each other’s shelter nothing else matters.  

They continued their celebration at the Boatshed, with views of the beautiful Lake Wendouree and surrounded by family and friends. As the couple strolled on the deck, looking ahead and imagining what their future holds. To Sam dancing the night away with Danielle, it was a beautiful day to capture and forever keep memories of.  

 

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One of Australia’s most significant cool climate gardens, the Ballarat Botanical Gardens feature a remarkable collection of mature trees and marble statues set amongst colourful bedding displays.

Located on the western shore of Lake Wendouree, approximately four kilometers from Ballarat’s CBD, the Gardens are a popular and invaluable heritage and recreational location for residents and visitors.

The Gardens cover 40 hectares and are divided into four distinct zones. The central part of the Gardens features the traditional, ‘gardenesque’ style, open parkland on either side are known as the North and South Gardens and the area alongside Lake Wendouree as the Lake foreshore precinct.