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Same name couple celebrate prized wedding in Whitsundays | PHOTOS TOGETHER: Joshua Breakwell and Joshua Starr at Airlie Beach earlier this year before their wedding on Friday. Picture: Debbie Savy/Tropix Photography.
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TOGETHER: Joshua Breakwell and Joshua Starr at Airlie Beach earlier this year before their wedding on Friday. Picture: Debbie Savy/Tropix Photography.

TOGETHER: Joshua Breakwell and Joshua Starr at Airlie Beach earlier this year before their wedding on Friday. Picture: Debbie Savy/Tropix Photography.

TOGETHER: Joshua Breakwell and Joshua Starr at Airlie Beach earlier this year before their wedding on Friday. Picture: Debbie Savy/Tropix Photography.

TweetFacebookWhitsundayswedding the prize of a lifetime for Newcastle coupleNewcastle coupleJoshua Breakwell and Joshua Starr will tie the knot in the Whitsundays Islands on Friday as part of a unique $60,000prize they won to celebrate marriage equality.

Speaking from Paradise Cove Resort at Airlie Beach, the duospoke of their pride atbeing able to “lead the way” for same-sex marriage and theshock of winning the prize of a lifetime.

“It’s a crown we can wear in all its glory,” Mr Breakwall said. “We know we can lead the way with the incredible wedding that’s been put together.

“At the end of the day, it might just be a piece of paper for some people but to us it’s a whole lot more.

“Throughout this wholeprocess, we’ve really learnt it’s not just about having a wedding it’s about the marriage at the end of it.”

The couple’sprize, which involves 16 suppliers contributingtheir services free of charge to make the Joshua’s wedding a dream come true, came through a competition ran by the Whitsundays wedding industry.

As part of the promotion, earlier this year the couple invited a range of identities to attend the wedding.

“I entered a competition through Facebook that was put on by Paradise Cove and The Wedding Planners Whitsundays,” Mr Breakwell said.

“It was just tell your engagement and proposal story. I did that and didn’t think much more of it until I got a phone call after a big Facebook live announcement.

“I thought it was a hoax, but it was real and we couldn’t believe it that wewon more than $50,000 to go towards a wedding.”

Mr Starr added: “When we first won it we didn’t speak for about the first hour, we were in shock. After that it’s been great planning it. It’s exciting the day is finally here.”

Togetherfor the past six and a half years, the couple had planned on having a wedding in America, which they said would have only allowed for about 10 guests.

But by winning the prize, they’ve been able to include48 of their friends and family in the special day.

Planning the wedding with localshas also made themsome “great friends”, Mr Starr said.

As part of the prize, the couple also had $10,000 to spend on a honeymoon.

“We’re going on a private yacht for five days,” Mr Breakwell said.

“Sailing around the Whitsundays Islands,so that should be nice.”

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