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WIN the Seraphine Fuchsia Knot Dress worn by Kate Middleton

Posted on 2/02/2015 in Competitions & Promos & Newsfeed
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With Valentines Day fast approaching we are giving away this beautiful dress by Seraphine London valued at $104.95 AUD.  This stunning Fuchsia Knot Maternity Dress was worn by Kate Middleton - the Duchess of Cambridge, who chose to wear this dress for her first official photos with Prince George.

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To enter:  

Simply comment below and tell us what is the most romantic city in your country?

Terms and conditions
1. Competition closes midnight 12 February 2015 AEST.
2. Prize is not redeemable for cash.
3. Winner will be announced 14 February 2015 on our blog and notified by email


  • Claire young | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Melbourne in winter- complete with alley ways filled with coffee and soup shops (and afl shops for my Husband!).
  • katie preston toepfer | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Melbourne would have to be the most romantic city in Australia. It's full of hidden, secret laneways, the perfect place to steal a kiss and get lost with someone special.
  • Sarah chapman | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Hobart! There are so many beautiful places to explore, eat and stay. From the water to the mountain it is stunning all year around.
  • KristieNilsson | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Blue Mountains, Log fires, rolling hills, gorgeous escarpments and sweet cafes with fabulous food. Very romantic as lots of snuggling in front of the open log fires. No city lights, just pure nature and bliss.
  • kevin smith | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Calais maine
  • Kelly Boyd | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Hamilton Island. It is where we got married! Lovely place beautiful beaches and weather.
  • Trudy bird | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Coffs Harbour. Beautiful beaches to walk along at sunset with my husband (with easy access to babysitting grandparents)
  • Daniella Raj | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Adelaide is definitely the most romantic city in Australia, the beautiful vineyards & the adelaide hills such a romantic getaway from the busyness of life.
  • Nicole Whelan | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Hobart - Good fine, good wine and lots of cosy log fires for snuggling up.
  • Susan Peacey | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    The vast beautiful green country side in Tasmania would have beautiful views to snuggle in with a basket of wine and cheese.
  • Kelly Baildon | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Hanmer Springs, New Zealand - hot pools, snowy mountains, snuggling up beside a warm fire
  • Breanna Johnson | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    The small country town of Bright - beautiful scenery, wonderful food and gorgeous B&B's
  • Roza Zuker | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Sydney! Nothing more romantic than our beautiful harbour.
  • Lauren Hanns | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    cannot agree more with sydney! beautiful date night along the harbor with great food, drink and the love of my life!
  • Catherine West | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Canberra in spring! I love candle lit picnics in the park by the lake at dusk.
  • Robin Duckwitz | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    anywhere that I can spend a beautiful night enjoying good food and wine with my husband....
  • Celeste Dean | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Sydney is just gorgeous! Beaches, harbour, top restaurants...it has it all for romance!
  • Michelle North | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Bridgetown in WA's south west, with its old-world country charm and quirky shops filled with beautiful handmade gifts. It's often cold and rainy - perfect for cozying up next to your better half in front of a warm, crackling fire in a tiny chalet surrounded by relaxing old-growth forest, with a lovely glass of wine from one of the many wineries nearby!!
  • Fiona | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    The Margaret river in wa. A beautiful picnic on the vineyards with a bottle of their award winning red and local cheeses.
  • Ellie | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Auburn, South Australia. Surrounded by wineries, long deserted bike paths to get lost in, peaceful warm nights and crisp mornings where you have no one around but your other half.
  • Kim | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Melbourne! Beautiful city with cozy laneway restaurants and it's cooler to snuggle!
  • Alexandria | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Sydney is absolutely beautiful...Nothing like a wonderful dinner in the city and then finishes the night off with a glass of champagne at the Opera House. Love it here, such a wonderful country! x
  • Veronica | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    The Hunter Valley. Wine, cheese & a stroll through the beautiful vineyards makes for the perfect date!
  • Nola | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Sydney! I love visiting with my fiancé and walking around soaking up the gorgeous atmosphere :) xx
  • Shelley | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    The most romantic city in Australia is any place you find yourself with the guy or girl of your dreams. If you're with a special person then the city you're in feels pretty romantic! From Melbourne to Cairns, Hobart to Perth, Adelaide, Darwin or Sydney - we are spoilt for options...
  • Jenny | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    Sydney is the most romantic city in Australia. Simly taking a stroll along the Harbour with that special someone is all you need on Valentine's day.
  • Elly Chen | Tuesday, 3 February 2015
    I am from Sydney but I am going to say Melbourne because they have amazing restaurants and so many hidden gems to explore. Mysterious dates.
  • Natalie Else | Wednesday, 4 February 2015
    Busselton - sunset beach walks where the forest meets the sea!
  • Jessica | Wednesday, 4 February 2015
    Santa Rosa beach. Beautiful beaches and water! Nice romantic beach getaway! Neat shops and restraunts too!!
  • Ellipse Pardhe Manandhar | Wednesday, 4 February 2015
    Having spent the last 7 years and making it our new home Sydney is definitely the most romantic city of Australia for me. Having strated a family and expecting our first addition in 6 weeks time. The Harbour, the Beaches, the restaurants, the weather everything is perfect here in every sense.
  • Teagan | Wednesday, 4 February 2015
    Mandurah in WA’s South West...It has dolphins at your doorstep, a beautiful foreshore for sunset strolls and San Churros Chocolate store –My 3 favourite things, nature, romance and chocolate!
  • Blythe | Wednesday, 4 February 2015
    Orange in central west NSW in the autumn - country town atmosphere coupled with incredible regional produce and wines. The crisp country air and space to explore makes you more than ready to cosy up by an open fire at one of the excellent local food establishments with your special someone and enjoy a delightful meal
  • April Sykes | Wednesday, 4 February 2015
    Romance to me is quality time with my husband - can't beat holding hands, watching a sunset together overlooking the river from Kings Park in Perth. Love <3
  • Elizabeth | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Daylesford in Victoria. My husband and I love to escape to this little spot of paradise and be pampered at the best spas and retreats.
  • Erin | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Noosa- Queensland, if you get away from the tourist spots there are so many little beaches and hideaway spots perfect for romantic picnics and places to watch the sun set! Gorgeous!
  • Alissa larrescy | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    brisbane of course. Walking along the banks of the Brisbane river admiring the lights from south bank.
  • Lisa | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    With the abundant beauty, fauna and flora of Kangaroo Island on one side, sophisticated food and wine of the Barossa Valley on the other, as well as a smorgasbord of cultural delights all year round, Adelaide really is Australia's most romantic city.
  • Kim H | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Alexandra, NZ. Gorgeous cobble streets with little cosy shops and close to beautiful mountains.
  • Mari | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Glenelg SA, is the most romantic spot for me having spent two special occasions there strolling the beach and dining at restaurants with my wonderful husband.
  • Hayley Watson | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Brisbane - where my husband and I met, where we were married and where our children will be born. Lots of love for our beautiful city.
  • Ellen grounds | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Melbourne in winter. Cozy cafes and restaurants, entertainment options and beautiful streets and laneways to explore.
  • Carly Dess | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    i would have to say Huskisson- jervis bay...it's a little hidden Gem and a perfect romantic getaway for me and hubby
  • Colby Freer | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Coronado, California...an enchanting "island" town full of history and charm...flip flop all summer to the beach...stroll the main street and cuddle by the fire on the beach...iceskate on the sand while holiday lights twinkle....year round this is THE destination for lovers...and I am honored to call it my home.
  • Georgia | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    I love Melbourne and in particular Williamstown, which has a heritage old-world charm feel. It has city views from the most spectacular angle across our glorious Port Phillip Bay. There is an abundance of great restaurants and cafés which are certain to please all tastes and desires. Williamstown has a beautiful sea breeze and a very romantic feel which peaks at sunset.
  • Samantha Hasler | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Kingscliff in northern NSW- my husband proposed to me here. We often go back ????
  • Sammy Cecchini | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Brisbane - it's where my heart and my hubby live
  • Sylvana | Thursday, 5 February 2015
    Margaret river in Western Australia. Great food, wine and a special getaway place for romance
  • gemma | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Perth. Sitting by the river on a balmy summer night, watching the lights of the city reflect on the water, enjoying a picnic and bottle of bubbly. Perfection.
  • Emma Dorset | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Wanaka New Zealand. It's incredibly beautiful from one season to the next. Summer is kayaking with my love on the lake. Autumn is wrapping up warm and walking beside the lake amongst the canopy of trees with leaves coloured magnificent shades of yellow, orange and red. Winter is cuddling up by the fire with a glass of the regions finest Pinot noir. Spring is taking advantage of one of the areas many beautiful walks and admiring the colour of the freshly melted snow as it forms waterfalls down the mountains.
  • Daniella | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Romantic Sydney City. I married the man of my dreams 4years ago looking up at the harbour bridge with all the glittering city lights reflecting off the water it was just perfection.. and to now be expecting our first child together. This to me is the city where dreams come true.
  • Samantha | Friday, 6 February 2015
    I need to travel even more in my own country but so far I have to say the romantic city would be Key West, Florida, because it will always be my most favorite placed. When you go off season it's peaceful and not crowded, with lots of little shops, museums, and restaurants to explore. The weather is always fantasastic, because who doesn't love sunny days spent exploring in pretty sundresses or on the beach, playing in the surf, when everyone back home is bundled in sweaters? And then there are the sunsets. Key West is where we got married several years ago... Just him and I, our pastor and a photographer, on a perfectly empty beach with the sun slowly beginning to set behind us. It was the romantic start to our most perfectly imperfect happily ever after :)
  • Lauren | Friday, 6 February 2015
    In Lake Kununurra the sunsets are a stunner, the wildlife intriguing, Watched for hours without meaning. Here you don't need fancy drinks or an expensive feed. In this remote WA spot Pure romance has a shot. And the scared cuddles sure abound when there's a rogue croc around! cos
  • Ruk Hernandez | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Melbourne! In particular Sorrento!I love this town from its beautiful beaches to the fabulous food and wineries (which aren't far) this wonderful boutique town is perfect from the hot springs to spa treatments, this town is very romantic all year round. :)
  • Kailah Watson | Friday, 6 February 2015
    As strange as it might sound; Darwin! Regardless of the heat, there's nothing more romantic than gazing out over the ocean as you witness one of Darwin's iconic sunsets. I only lived there for a year, but my favourite memories of Darwin all took place with a beautiful vermillion/fuschia/vibrant purple backdrop!
  • Tegan carrall | Friday, 6 February 2015
    My favourite place is close to home. It's a town called woodville nsw, not far from Morpeth. Gorgeous country views, crystal clear river running through the town and a few quaint little old style shops. The churches are old fashioned, as are the houses, the road are cobble pebbles. My husband and I go for a ride on the motorbike through the winding roads, looking at the gorgeous views. Early morning is gorgeous, sun slowing coming up the hills hitting all the trees with an orange glow, the early morning mist beginning to rise, the cows and horses stirring. We will stop for an ice-cream at our favourite ice-creamery, where they know us well, and wander along the river laughing. We got married two years ago surrounded but this beautiful landscape. We have the fonded memories of our time spent here. We cannot wait to share this beautiful place with our first baby.
  • Andrea Sneddon | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Banksia, Sydney - Its home to my husband, our two "little girls" (puppies), Betty and Tiela. It is soon to be home to our precious baby girl. And its a place of so much love and laughter. It doesn't get much more romantic than that.
  • Shannon cook | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Denmark - old rustic charm overlooking the river, a glass of wine as the sun does glimmer, a tree top walk hand in hand, a bump is present a huge future to command!
  • Melissa Hunter | Friday, 6 February 2015
    Melbourne - with all the beautiful alley ways and street art to dine out amongst the summer air.
  • Nick | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Tyndall AFB in Florida... It's a secluded beach with no development for miles. It's where we got engaged and started our forever journey.
  • Gigiola Ramirez | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Cairns is absolutely romantic and having dinner on boat around the marine is my most precious memory of Valentine's Day.
  • Monique Lapuyade | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Melbourne is the most romantic Sydney in Australia. Filled with charming laneway eateries and cafes, it's a perfect way to spend an afternoon exploring. Don't forget about the lovely water taxi rides you can take with your partner too - very romantic!
  • Tracey | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Maleny in the Sunshine Coast hinterlands. Go there every winter. Cuddle up by the fireplace in the mountains and enjoy sometime alone together in the mountains. Can go days and not see another soul!
  • Jo Smidt | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Margaret River WA - beautiful beaches, vineyards and wineries to explore, chocolate and ice cream factories, cottages with open fireplaces and nature all arond you
  • Stephanie Harvey | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Sydney- home is where the heart is. Where my family started to grow after a romantic night out in Sydney harbor ;).Summer is beautiful walking along the botanical gardens at Dusk. Winter is gorgeous to find a nice café for a warm hot chocolate.. I just love Australia fullstop!
  • Sarah Crump | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    I don't need a romantic city for romance. My little country home town in NSW with my husband and son is enough for me.
  • Amanda | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    Definitely Adelaide - beautiful beaches, restaurants & vineyards. Everything so close to discover & explore.
  • Sandra Campbell | Saturday, 7 February 2015
    My choice for romance would have to be the most beautiful harbour in the world, the famous Sydney City Harbour. It is truly romantic for its simple walks and the stunning views all around the iconic Opera House, the marvellous Sydney Harbour Bridge, it's abundance of dining opportunities and accommodation to suit everyone. It really Just is the complete romantic package. What fantastic memories my husband and I share! It's just the best place.
  • Sam | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    We're a military family so we move around a lot and have had deployments and long trainings far away. So, any place where we get to be together is pretty romantic. If I had to pick a place we've visited so far, I suppose that I would pick Gatlinburg, TN. It's pretty touristy but you can stay away from that if you'd like and simply enjoy the gorgeous mountain views, curled up in front of a cozy fire.
  • Maizie | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Melbourne, because it has so many amazing restaurants and beautiful beachs and the Yarra Valley wineries. A very romantic and beautiful city!
  • Bee B | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    The most romantic city in the world is whichever city your sweetheart is in, love is where the heart is, mine's in a tiny town.
  • Siobhan | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Melbourne, of course.
  • Abi | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Most romantic city in my country is Taupo- beautiful Lake and surrounding scenery <3
  • Emma | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Camden New South Wales, it has a beautiful old feel to it as if you have stepped back in time. It's so romantic to sit and have a coffee.
  • Diana | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Melbourne, the place to lose your heart with endless options such as parks, lakes, beaches, restaurants, cafe's, clubs, cocktail bars, to name but a few. All the settings, scenes and scenario's you could possibly dream of, as the perfect backdrop to your own romantic interlude.
  • Danielle | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Sydney for me - it's where I fell in love with my husband - on a picnic in the Royal Botanical Gardens overlooking the harbor under the shade of a big old Moreton Bay Fig on a hot summers day - he brought a picnic and I knew something special was happening!
  • Gemma | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Denmark, Western Australia!! Not a city, but the most beautiful town in Australia!! Stunning beaches that u have ur own private patch of sand, sea and waves!! Forrest to get lost in,, amazing tourist business that supply wines, cheese, chocolate, toffee, ciders, ice creams and markets!! Still has the small town loyalty and friendly people!! A patch of heavan on earth
  • Ishrat J. Quader | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Sydney is my choice... with its romantic beaches and hot MEN (my husband being the HOTTEST)
  • Bree | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Canberra, strolling along through fallen leaves in autumn with my husband, this year i hope will be even more beautiful and we will have our baby to join us.
  • Katie | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Hamilton Island where hubby and I had our honeymoon.
  • Nadia | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Perth - picnic on the beach, enjoying the most majestic sunsets ever or enjoying the view of the city from Kings Park.
  • Karina L | Sunday, 8 February 2015
    Sydney. Taking a stroll through The Rocks is super romantic1
  • Piranee Hall | Monday, 9 February 2015
    Sitting in front of a fireplace with a nice glass of red. Cold days in victoria are perfect for this. Melbourne is great or going to the yarra valley for a perfect romantic weekend away.
  • Stephanie | Monday, 9 February 2015
    Melbourne would be the most romantic city for my husband and myself. We've spent many years visiting that city, particularly in the chill of winter. We love walking the alley ways in the foggy mornings to hunt down the best coffee shops and then find the few restaurants that have an open fire to have lunch or dinner by. It's a place that's always filled with loving fun memories for us.
  • Shannon cook | Monday, 9 February 2015
    Denmark - old rustic charm overlooking the river, a glass of wine as the sun does glimmer, a tree top walk hand in hand, a bump is present a huge future to command!
  • Kasey Evans | Monday, 9 February 2015
    Melbourne - A little Paris by day, and a little New York by night plus shopping always wins a girl’s heart!
  • Marleen | Monday, 9 February 2015
    Perth, the best beaches to have a romantic picknick with every night spectacular sunsets
  • Lauryn | Monday, 9 February 2015
    When I think of romance I think of Syndey. Easy access to the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley and beautiful landscapes. Perfect temperature and plenty of places indoors to snuggle and try new food and wine.
  • Laura | Monday, 9 February 2015
    As I only know Darwin in Australia I would say Darwin !!! The storms, the remoteness, the tropical scent... so romantic ;-)
  • Beth | Monday, 9 February 2015
    Beechworth, a small country town in Victoria. With beautiful quaint coffee shops, secret rosey lane ways, romantic cottage gardens and lovely antique shops. This place has a way of capturing the very essence of love through its timeless beauty, from the young school boy & girl giggling in the park to the old couple slowly walking hand in hand down the main street. It's vintage & romantic feel delight the senses and melt your heart.
  • Melissa | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Port Macquarie, sunset cruises watching the dolphins followed by dinner at a local restaurant, what could be more romantic!
  • Rachel | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Coles Bay Tasmania - the beautiful water and mountains and only a stones throw away (or a small trek!) to wineglass bay - there is no more beautiful place on earth :-)
  • Layne Hubner | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Casuarina, NSW Beautiful beaches, Sand between your toes and Salty Kisses. Nothing Better than walking the dogs along the beach with your Husband. Doesn't cost a thing.
  • Natalie Battaglia | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Lorne, along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, is my favourite romantic city. It is personal to me, 7 years ago when my husband and I first met we took a holiday there, and have just been back for a week on a Babymoon. It was so lovely to revisit all those places from years ago when we seemed so much younger, and to think next time we return there will be 3 of us! It's a very special place to me.
  • Kim | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Port Douglas, it is incredibly romantic, by the Daintree rainforest, sand between your toes and with crystal blue waters leading you to the Great Barrier Reef. The tranquility, weather and ambiance make it the most romantic place.
  • Bonnie-Anne Richards | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Portland city, in Maine, USA. Where something of the old world meets the new!
  • Bianca Sulejman | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Hamilton Island would have to be one of the most romantic cities in Australia for a getaway for 2 lovebirds. Fantastic way to unwind and enjoy each others company :-)Its situated on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef and in the heart of the Whitsunday Islands. Its surrounded by sapphire waters, beautiful beaches and captivating coral reefs. See lovely sunsets, enjoy spa and pampering, and fine food dining. Very blissful and you will definitely come back home feeling rejuvenated and refreshed!
  • Katie Meredith | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Gold Coast city walking along the esplanades of the Gold Coast beaches are as romantic as u get it feels like u and the person your with are the only ones .....
  • Sara Meyer | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Chicago - there is just nothing like walking with your love on a winter evening in the city with snow falling all around you; and you are the only ones out enjoying the lights of the city.
  • Mary Kersnovske | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Where ever I am with my husband, as he is so sweet and funny that every moment spent with him is magical xxx
  • Lauren Kimmins | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    my back yard, The gold coast. From gorgeous waterfront settings to the most beautiful rainforest mountaintop views, no matter where I am, if I'm in my fiancés arms, it couldn't be more romantic
  • Nina Farr | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Most romantic city in Australia is Sydney on the harbor at night. However, wherever my hubby is that is good enough for me!!!
  • Louise | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Melbourne. Food, shopping, arts!! The best for a couples weekend!
  • Natasha | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Forget Paris being the romantic city of the world - it's Sydney!! Sydney has great food, walk hand to hand on our amazing beaches and feeling the love on our stunning sunsets. How can you beat that!!??
  • Erica Cumming | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Hobart, eating fish and chips outside at the wharf on a long summer night
  • Shannon | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Nothing beats being kissed in the Midwinter dusk under fairy lighted branches to the distant sounds of seawind-whipped masts of sailboats and fishing vessels moored close to Salamanca Place in Hobart. Except when the Antarctic winds gather strength, ushering you and your loved one into the shelter of one of the (many)restaurants and bars. Here you can huddle together near the fireplace and order a hot chocolate or mulled wine to warm your hands, and steal another shy kiss to warm your heart.
  • Hayley | Tuesday, 10 February 2015
    Australia is so large and pretty, With many a wonderful city, But Perth at night in Kings Park, Will ignite many a romantic spark, Which may result in numerous kiddie(s)!
  • Hayley King | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Since I was little I have loved the lights of Perth as we travelled in from the country. My husband even tells our girls that it's Fairyland.
  • Ariel Riley | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Melbourne is by far the classiest, nicest and more exciting city in Australia. It's also the most romantic by far.
  • Kara Eaton | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Seattle, Washington! It's where my husband and I have had some of our most fun, romantic getaway. :) It's beautiful in the sun and cozy in the rain and full of our favorite sport teams and great food and excellent coffee! And it's just far enough away from home to feel like a getaway. What could be better?
  • Melissa Purkis | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    I think Bowral in the Southern Highlands of NSW is the most romantic place for a getaway with a loved one :) It's so quiet and peaceful, a great place to be alone with your partner x
  • Tegan Sizeland | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    For me it is beautiful Port Douglas in north Queensland. It is where my husband proposed, so of course I am a little biased!
  • Amy Potter | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Although it's not a "city" it would have to be Mollymook on the New South Wales coast. My husband and I had a few getaways there before we were man and wife and later went back for our babymoon!
  • Renee | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Mandurah beach at dusk
  • monica scurlock | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Melbourne...hidden laneways, delicious cafes and restaurants, theatre shows..magical walks along the Yarra!
  • Kirsty McLeod | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Sydney is the most romantic city in Australia because it has so many breathtaking views around the Harbour and just has that special feel to it.
  • Jessica Williams | Wednesday, 11 February 2015
    Melbourne, with its old world charm, is ideal for romance. There are plenty of places to go with a romantic atmosphere eg. Breakfast at the Vic market, Walk & picnic at the Royal botanical gardens, Lunch or dinner at a winery in the Dandenongs, Watch the sunset over st Kilda beach, Lie on the grass at the Moonlight cinemas, the list goes on. Follow these tips & there will be love in the air! :)) ... <3
  • nicola thomson | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Mooloolaba. The beaches are lit and sparkle at night, fresh delicious prawns straight off the local fishing boats and the best local wine from the Sunshine Coast Hinterland makes this place a secret romantic hideaway in Australia.
  • Anna Jeffries | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Dunedin, New Zealand - Lots of lovley little cafés tucked away all over the city to escape to and beautiful beach spots!
  • DM | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    You can find the romance in any city in Australia... but Sydney is one of my favourites, The Rocks at night time over a great bottle of wine!
  • Kelly | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    I think the most romantic city I have been too is Niagara Falls , Ontario Canada ! It's classic !
  • Tanya Clarke | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    I think Melbourne can be pretty romantic. We have botanical garden, rivers, city lights, horse and carriage, great restaurants and bars.
  • sarahjane noble | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Perth, Have you been to kings park at night and seen the views? Picnic under the stars! http://www.madcat.com.au/gallery/images/large/Perth%20City%20at%20Night-Kings%20Park-Perth-PCP1.1-V1-PH1.jpg Like Paris, City of Light for a reason
  • Jennifer Henderer | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    I would have to Say Perth because I know it so well, Kings Park and cottesloe Beach at night are both beautiful.
  • Celia Greig | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    The most romantic city in my home country of Scotland is Inverness - is it small enough that it is easy to walk around and navigate, enabling gorgeous walks within the city itself. A stunning river sweeps through the centre, and the amazing Scottish countryside of snow capped hills and green fields is only moments away. The people are warm and friendly, and the spectacular Glenfinnin Viaduct (the West Highland trainline used in Harry Potter) takes you back through the highlands south to Edinburgh or Glasgow.
  • Michele | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    be it a hot sunny summer or cold dark winter, Amsterdam's beautiful canals definitely pulls my heartstrings.
  • Susanna | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Queenstown in New Zealand in the winter is stunning with snow capped mountains, a still lake reflecting the scenery, and you in a hot tub on the balcony.
  • Anna | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Heidelberg (Germany). Especially during the winter time with the Christmas markets. The old houses along the river and the beautiful old castle on top of the mountain is lit up with thousands of fairy lights. Love it!
  • Nicole | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Hunter Valley Nsw, tucked up with your loved one in a tranquil cottage, fireplace crackling while you enjoy the starry evening overlooking gorgeous vineyards.
  • Nathalie | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Blue Mountains - There is nothing like being the cold mountains in front of a fire place. Watching the Sun rise over the mountains and the trees turn from a black colour to a rich deep blue/green, the rock faces suddenly popping a sensational red and then seeing my partner at the time down on one knee and asking me to marry him. Yep, can't beat the Blue Mountains!
  • Crystal Donohue | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    Sydney! There are beautiful sights galore. From the beautiful Sydney Harbour Bridge, to the Centre point Tower and the stunning Sydney Opera House. From having a romantic candlelight, classy dinner facing the harbour, to having a hearty café meal during the day - Sydney has it all! The possibilities are endless to explore and fall in love.
  • Bri | Thursday, 12 February 2015
    It has to be Stanley, after a heavy fall of snow, a midnight walk on a full moon is the quietest place on earth with every splinter of frost and snow capturing the moonlight and shining like a thousand diamonds. Oh to walk with your beloved in this hushed and blessed land is know utter closeness of being.
  • Angela | Friday, 13 February 2015
    The Mornington Peninsula for sure! Lovely beaches, lots of nature for scenic walks, enchanting wineries to explore.

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