WEDDING CELEBRANT TOWNSVILLE
Australia was the first nation whose government appointed non-clergy celebrants with the specific intention that they would create ceremonies that might be as culturally enriching and, if required, as formal as church weddings, i.e. that these ceremonies would not be inferior in status to religious weddings. Civil celebrancy was established by the Australian Commonwealth Attorney General Lionel Murphy on 19 July 1973.
Dianne Sherrington is an authorised celebrant known because of her friendly approach and is loved by the couple she worked with.