To match its range of landscapes, culture and wildlife, Australia is host to surprising diversity of accommodation. The Great Barrier Reef features private-island stays, cities come with both big-name luxury and boutique indulgence, and such island paradises as the Whitsundays feature high-end beach resorts where white sands are graced with palm-tree-fringed villas. Heading into the Outback, there are even remote cattle stations that have been converted into luxury lodges. And our tailor-made experts have visited them all, picking out only the finest to recommend to you. Below is just a selection; contact us for further information.
Longitude 131°, Uluru
Ranking among the world’s most privileged lodges, Longitude 131° enjoys direct sunrise views of Uluru from its luxury tented pavilions. But, it’s not all for show, with gourmet dining, fine wines and complimentary excursions all included in the nightly tariff.
Contrast Tasmania’s wilds with an all-inclusive stay at its finest property. Here, the dining is second-to-none, the architecture stunning and the range of activities exhaustive.
Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island
At the Southern Ocean Lodge everything has been thought of. You’ll enjoy gourmet, all-inclusive dining and complimentary tours of Kangaroo Island’s famous wildlife, returning to an architect-designed clifftop suite.
Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef
Get away to a private island on the Great Barrier Reef for snorkel trips, dinghy rides to private beaches and gourmet seafood washed down with fine wines. It’s all-inclusive luxury at its all-time best.
Silky Oaks Lodge, Daintree Rainforest
Contrast the wilds of the UNESCO-listed Daintree Rainforest with a luxury stay in your very own treehouse. You’ll be perfectly poised to explore on complimentary excursions, returning each day to canopy-level fine dining and spa treatments.
The exclusive paradise that is Lord Howe Island has met its match in Capella Lodge – its most luxurious property. Here, modernist suites command views over a near-private beach and the sunsets come with included cocktails.
The Park Hyatt, Sydney
Set right on Sydney Harbour, the Park Hyatt is the city’s best-located hotel and among its most luxurious, featuring fine dining experiences, exquisitely styled rooms and indulgent spa treatments.
The Lyall, Melbourne
The Lyall invites Melbourne’s artsy sensibilities in with gourmet dining, champagne bar relaxation, immaculately designed all-suite accommodation and a veritable collection of art galleries.
The Byron at Byron Resort, Byron
A beautiful rainforest resort minutes from the beach, The Byron is perfectly placed to make the most of both.
Four Seasons, Sydney
Sydney always brings to mind iconic images of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. From the Four Seasons, they’re always in vision.
Emirates One & Only, Wolgan Valley
Set in thousands of acres of a conservancy reserve in Australia’s Blue Mountains, the Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley is the epitome of eco-escapism.
Como The Treasury, Perth
Housed in remodelled grand old state buildings, COMO The Treasury is the most imaginative and impressive five-star hotel in Perth.
Pair Australian wilderness with fine wines and gourmet dining aboard this luxury train. And, you’ll be treated to curated excursions throughout, from starlit barbecues to trips into underground towns.
Bamurru Plains, Kakadu National Park
Pair the wild beauty of Australia's Top End with the luxury of an all-inclusive safari, returning from a full spread of guided excursions to gourmet dining and an open bar.
The Louise, Barossa Valley
Drink in the world-class wines of the Barossa Valley in style with this luxury accommodation, host to one of South Australia’s finest restaurants.