Beauty of Fraser lures couple

EVERYONE had to travel to get to Glen Kirkland and Miranda Norton's wedding on Fraser Island - even an uninvited guest.

The Bundaberg couple married on Fraser's Sunset Beach on September 25, with friends and family travelling from all over Queensland, interstate and even from Singapore to attend.

But it was anyone's guess where the uninvited guest came from.

“The wind invited itself about 20 minutes before the ceremony,” Miranda said.

Not even blustering breezes could knock the smiles off the faces of the new husband and wife, who described their destination wedding day as “perfect”.

Miranda chose Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island because venues in the Rum City left her wanting more.

“Nothing in Bundaberg comes close - well, not in my eyes, anyway.”

Glen, 26, and Miranda, 27, were enamoured with Fraser and the eco-friendly Kingfisher Bay, having previously camped on the island and been on the resort's dinner cruises.

Most guests used the opportunity to explore the World Heritage-listed island by staying at the resort for a few days before and after the ceremony.

Glenn, who is an electrician, and Miranda, who is a quality assurance manager, say they plan to enjoy married life before they begin thinking about the future.



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