A Warrnambool couple hope to be able to host wedding ceremonies at her property.
Pamela and Graham Dubois have submitted a planning application to the council seeking permission to host ceremonies each Friday and Saturday between the hours of 10am and 7pm.
Mrs Dubois said she believed her expansive gardens at 508 Hopkins Point Road were the perfect place to hold a wedding.
"It's absolutely stunning here," she said.
"It's like paradise and we wanted to share it with the world."
Warrnambool City Council has received a planning application, with a proposal to host up to two ceremonies each day with a maximum of 100 guests.
The property owners plan to host ceremonies on the lawn area in front of the house or in the enclosed garden behind the house.
Car parking will be provided on-site and only ceremonies - not receptions or wedding parties - will be held on the 5.2 hectare site.
The application has been revised after there were a number of objections raised about the initial proposal.
These related mainly to noise and traffic concerns.
"The ceremonies will involve people assembling in one of the two locations," the application states.
"There will be background music that will be of a low volume to ensure that it is not audible from beyond the site. A wedding ceremony will be performed and shortly afterwards the wedding guests will disperse from the site.
"The use of the site for wedding ceremonies has been subject to a number of revisions and alterations. The proponents are seeking to conduct low key events that have the minimum disturbance on the neighbours and other nearby landowners.
"To that end the use of the site for this purpose is to be limited to two wedding ceremonies per day and for these only to take place on Friday or Saturday. Further the hours of operation are to be limited to between 10am and 7pm."
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