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Top 5 Australian Resorts
Hayman Resort, Hamilton Island (Queensland)

Hayman Resort, Hayman Island (Queensland)

Hayman is Australia’s celebrated private island destination in the Great Barrier Reef. A member of the prestigious organisation, The Leading Hotels of the World, Hayman welcomes guests to enjoy a memorable experience offering luxury, relaxation, adventure and a lifestyle that is sincere. Within Hayman, stylish elegance reflects the harmonious freshness of the tranquil surrounds. Guests will hide away in their own superbly appointed haven – a room, suite, penthouse or villa, each with stunning appointments and peaceful garden, lagoon, pool, beach and sea vistas. Multi award-winning Hayman is more than a resort.

Qualia, Hamilton Island (Queensland)

Qualia, Hamilton Island (Queensland)

The term “qualia” is of Latin derivative used to refer to a collection of sensory experiences. It is about the effect that it has on each individual who experiences it. Qualia is nestled neatly into the northern tip of Hamilton Island, surrounded by the unsurpassed beauty of the Great Barrier Reef. Everything has been meticulously considered so it relaxes the mind, yet completely spoils the senses. The beautiful ocean breeze from the Coral Sea, the sound of water rushing over the pebble shore, the rustling of leaves, the distinctive scent of the eucalyptus trees and the taste sensations created by our world-class chefs.

Lizard Island Resort, Lizard Island (Queensland)

Lizard Island Resort, Lizard Island (Queensland)

Located right on the Great Barrier Reef, it is a private paradise with 24 powdery white beaches. During his epic voyage of 1770, Captain James Cook climbed the peak on Lizard Island to chart a course out to sea through the maze of reefs which confronted him. Today Lizard Island offers an escape of a different kind. Being right on the Great Barrier Reef is rare enough, but Lizard Island offers the full spectrum – both the inner and outer Reef experiences. Here you can snorkel off a secluded beach to discover a garden of giant clams or enjoy many magnificent walks and on at least one you can expect to glimpse a Monitor, the lizard after which the island was named.

Cable Beach Club, Broome (Western Australia)

Cable Beach Club, Broome (Western Australia)

Like Broome itself, the Cable Beach Club is a beautiful melting pot of cultural influences and architecture. Dotted throughout our magnificent gardens is a range of accommodation options ranging from tranquil studios, to private villas and indulgent suites complete with private butler. Its corrugated-iron walls inside as well as out, verandas and local artworks are blended with red-and-green latticework, pagoda roofs and polished timber floors. For sheer indulgence, the Colonial Pearling Master suites are lavishly decked out with eye-popping Asiatic antiques and valuable Australian art.

Wolgan Valley Resort, Wolgan Valley (New South Wales)

Wolgan Valley Resort, Wolgan Valley (New South Wales)

Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa offers the rare opportunity to experience luxury in a spectacular Australian bush setting, just 3 hours by road from Sydney. Nestled between two National Parks in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage region and spread out at the foot of towering cliffs. The seclusion of Wolgan Valley creates a natural sanctuary, where guests can relax and explore in unsurpassed luxurious comfort. This is the quintessential luxury Australian bush experience – a unique combination of wildlife, dramatic natural beauty, conservation, heritage and a spectacular Australian bush setting.

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