Luxury accommodation for the bride, her attendants, family & friends.

La Maison Pacifique – the ‘Peaceful House’
La Maison Pacifique







La Maison Pacifique – the ‘Peaceful House’ is an architecturally designed, five bedroom, four bathroom, absolute beachfront, boutique designer holiday home, perfect for discerning holiday makers who enjoy the best of everything in Casuarina, New South Wales, Australia – half way between the Gold Coast in Queensland and Byron Bay in New South Wales.

Magazine Feature in Ocean Road Magazine Autumn 2012








No expense has been spared with marble bathrooms, heated spa, lap pool, spacious kitchen with European appliances, built in cappuccino machine and some great cookbooks for inspiring budding Master chefs. A Weber Q barbeque is on site ready and waiting for your casual meals (or gastronomic delights!)

La Maison Pacifique








Three separate living areas allow guests to spread out and find their own nook (the hanging chair and easy chair will be hotly contested). The beautifully manicured and spacious lawn is great for outdoor activities and the beach is just through the back garden gate – perfect for beach cricket and touch footy!

La Maison Pacifique








  • Master Bedroom – King Size Four Poster Bed
  • Three Guest Bedrooms – Queen Size Bed in each
  • One Guest Bedroom – Twin Single Size Beds or One King Size Bed
  • Main Living Area – Enormous space with open gas fireplace, dining table for 10 and doors to alfresco area with wooden table and comfortable cushions leading onto manicured and hedged lawns
  • Kitchen – Corian bench tops, modern appliances, breakfast bar, Miele cappuccino machine and steam oven as extras
  • Media Room – Suitable for electronic games and home theatre
  • Upstairs lounge with study nook – Suitable for electronic games, home theatre and Apple TV
  • Four bathrooms – all with marble features and showers, two with baths

Casuarina, New South Wales, Australia, 2487

Phone for enquires  +61 411 052 759

Council considers lifting Fingal Head wedding ban

As at 22/8/13 the ban on weddings at the Fingal Lighthouse is still in place.
There is no sign of any change in the foreseeable future.
Information courtesy of Greg at the Tweed Shire Council.  Ph 02) 66 70 2400 


Article By Luke Mortimer Daily News 22 Nov 2012

Fingal Head may once again host weddings.

TWEED Shire Council may reopen Fingal Headland to wedding ceremonies after a period of community consultation.

The headland has been closed to couples since June due to mess and graffiti left behind by a minority of wedding groups.

But the council is preparing to consult with the public to decide whether the ban should be lifted and nuptials should resume at the pristine location

Marriage celebrant Lucille Brace was in favour of the headland reopening for weddings, but with guidelines in place people could follow.

“It’s one of the most beautiful places in the area and a great spot for ceremonies,” she said.

“The council needs to set guidelines for its use.”

Ms Brace was surprised to hear the state the headland had been left in after a few rogue weddings, as celebrants generally were the last to leave.

She proposed that a fair time limit on weddings and an alcohol free zone could curb the behaviour of the unruly minority.

A spokesperson confirmed that the council was working hard to prepare for community discussion with interested locals.

“In regards to the ban, council is in the process of preparing material to consult with the community on the issue before a final decision is made.”

The council reiterated that ceremonies were not permitted at the headland, but couples may take photos in the location.

“Anyone can take their wedding photos on the headland – the issue is with wedding ceremonies.”

Fingal Head Weddings Called Off For Now

As of the 3rd June 2012 The Tweed Shire Council stopped accepting applications for nuptials at the Fingal Headland / Lighthouse.

The weddings have been banned while the council consider the graffiti and rubbish issues associated with these events.
(Yes the Tweed Boarder Mail has reported bride and groom allegedly painting their initials on the iconic lighthouse.)

Locals are petitioning the Tweed Shire Council to lift the bans. These petitions will be submitted before council elections on 8th September 2012.

Photograph: Cyril Curtain

The Byron Bay Wedding Guide

Over 100 pages covering the whos who of wedding suppliers from Fingal Head to Ballina

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In these 105 pages you will be shown the pick of the wedding beaches and headlands, over 40 options for accommodation, reception venues or the two combined. 16 hair beauty and spa specialists.The party hire options, cake makers, florists, transport and wedding car hire, helicopter charter’s, photographers and wedding permit contacts.

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Happy Planning
Regards Pip

The Northern NSW Wedding Guide
The Northern NSW Wedding Guide
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