The Port Moresby Nature Park has been listed among 12 of the best wedding venues around the World according to a review by Lifestyle Asia.
Port Moresby Nature Park’s Wedding Chapel was identified as one of those unique venues around the world that would offer guests a true taste of the tropical rainforest.
“The open-air celebration and after-party cultural displays will give your guests the true taste of the tropics” – Lifestyle Asia.
General Manager for Port Moresby Nature Park, David Thompson was excited to learn about this review seeing the potential that the Park has to offer both locally and internationally.
“For people looking for that inexpensive, informal setting with a personal touch to make their wedding unforgettable, Port Moresby Nature Park naturally offers it here at our luscious venues”, said Thompson.
Port Moresby Nature Park is proud of being given this recognition as it prides itself on have a venue for every occasion. It’s the unforgettable experience that one has when visiting the Nature Park that continues to drive guests into the Park.
A shared success for all its hardworking staff, management, Board of Directors, Sponsors, Park Supporters, Members, and visitors whose individual effort and support significantly add value to the Park.
With the Park’s lush green lawns and gardens maintained all year round, a wedding any time of the year is always welcomed at the Port Moresby Nature Park.
The tourism industry has faced great challenges during Covid-19 hence when booking an event at Port Moresby Nature Park, it is important to note that your event supports the sustainability of PNG’s only accredited Zoo within the Australasian Region and PNG’s leading tourism attraction, helping to further pick-up the tourism industry within PNG.
Port Moresby Nature Park is a charity organization that relies on grants and donor funding to operate. By visiting the park and joining our Membership, you help support the Park’s efforts in preserving PNG’s unique natural environment for future generations, including the Park’s 550 resident animals, the majority of which have been surrendered to the Park for care.