The wedding will be held on: November 6th, 2013
@ 4 PM
Olowalu Plantation House, Lahaina
Hawaii on the island of Maui 810 Olowalu Village Road
Lahaina HI 96761
However if our friends and family insist, we would appreciate anything easily transported back to Melbourne, such as gift cards or a monetary contribution.
For any of our guests interested in booking a flight through Hawaiian Airlines, please contact Julie or Jarrod to send you an email for an extra 5% off your flights.As you decide on your travel plans, we hope you will also be able to join us for a Welcome Dinner on Tuesday night, November 5 to welcome all of our family and friends to Maui for such an exciting and memorable event.
Don’t forget you’ll need a valid Australian passport to get to Hawaii.
If you don’t currently have one, it’s probably best to apply for one as soon as possible.
You’ll also need to apply for the visa waiver program to enter the United States. It costs around $14 to apply, and can be done online here:https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/
We recommend hiring a car if you plan to do a lot of sight seeing while in Maui. All of the major car rental companies are available at Kahului Airport. Australians may drive in Hawaii as long as you have a valid Australian driver's license.
There are several taxi services and airport shuttle services available on the island. Taxis can be organized through the hotel or by individual guests for the day of the wedding to and from Olowalu Plantation House. A standard taxi will cost $20-25 USD one way from the Westin Ocean Villas to Olowalu Plantation House. We recommend allowing at least 40 minutes on the day of the wedding to allow for traffic.
If you are staying at the Westin Ocean Villas, there is a free shuttle that runs between the hotel, the other Starwood hotels, Whaler's Village Shopping Center, and downtown Lahaina.