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For Immediate Release – 9 February 2010



For over 150 years couples have been getting married at the NSW Registry of Births

Deaths & Marriages, and this Valentine’s Day will be another full house.

On 14 February, the Registry will perform 68 marriage ceremonies for couples.  The

first ceremony will start at 9:00am with the last ceremony in the evening at 7.30pm.  

With the cost of getting married continually rising, the Registry remains an affordable

option.  “We are a one stop shop.  We provide all the ceremony planning, the venue,

marriage officer and even the vows”, said Greg Curry, Registrar, NSW Registry of

Births Deaths & Marriages.

The Registry is the largest single provider of civil marriages in NSW.  In 2009, the

Registry performed over 4,500 marriage ceremonies.

“Registry marriages are increasingly popular among couples.  This is because we

offer an elegant and inexpensive way to celebrate this important event”, continued Mr


The Registry conducts marriages Monday to Friday across their four locations at

Chippendale, Parramatta, Newcastle and Wollongong.  The Sydney and Parramatta

Registry offices also conduct marriages on weekends.  Registry office marriages start

from $330.

To find out more about getting married at the Registry, call 1300 655 236 or visit

For further information, please contact:

Alana Sheil

Media & Marketing Manager

B:  (02) 9035 6558

M:  0412 264 339

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