The first gay marriage of two female couple has taken place in Australia on Saturday under new legislation.
The due tied knot in Sydney and Melbourne on Saturday after being given consent to give up the notice period.
Lauren Price and Amy Laker took promises in Sydney as their families had come from Wales to take part in the wedding.
Amy and Elise McDonald also were given freedom to tie knot in Melbourne as their relatives had also come in from overseas.
There was presume to be a 30-day waiting period following couples listed to tie knot with the initial marriage predictable on January 9.
In November, the bill was launched in parliament by the conservative government following Australians sanctioned the reforms in a controversial intentional postal ballot. The pair were permitted to have a legal marriage on financial grounds.