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MEDIA ALERT: Valentine’s Day weddings at Sydney Opera House (10.40am for 10.50am ceremony)

NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Department of Customer Service) < 1 mins read

Wednesday, 14 February 2024

 

 

Thirty-three couples are set to tie the knot under the world-famous sails of Sydney Opera House this Valentine’s Day as part of rolling micro-wedding ceremonies being officiated by the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages.

 

 

WHEN: Wednesday. 14 February 2024

 

VISION: B-roll can be filmed of a couple being married at 10.50 am (updated time)

in the Yallamundi East room.

 

Please arrive no later than 10.40am.

 

INTERVIEWS: Interviews to follow at 11.30am after the ceremony with

Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Jihad Dib,

NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Celebrant Gary Clark,

and short grabs from the happy couple

 

WHERE: Northern Boardwalk,

Sydney Opera House

 

 

Media contact: media@customerservice.nsw.gov.au | 0438 108 797


Contact details:

media@customerservice.nsw.gov.au | 0438 108 797

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