Looking for Hotels and Resorts in Australia? Australia which is known for its down to earth and friendly hospitality has a wide range of accommodation. From motels, bed and breakfasts to mid range hotels to luxury lodges there are plenty of Hotels and Resorts in Australia to choose from. Popular choice to really experience Australias’ nature is to stay in a private campground (such as the Big 4 Holiday Parks) either camping or by parking up your camper van or motor home.

Hotels and Resorts in Australia


Whitesunday Islands, QLD

Queensland is known as the Sunshine State of Australia because of its pleasant temperatures and large amount of sunshine throughout the year. The state is located on the east coast of Australia and has a coastline of more than 5000km. You will find plenty of resort towns such as Port Douglas, Palm Cove, Mission Beach, Airlie Beach, Noosa and Surfers Paradise.

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New South Wales

Sydney Opera House, NSW

New South Wales is located on the southeast side of Australia. The main cities are Sydney, Albury, Broken Hill, Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo, Newcastle, Port Macquarie and Wollongong. In New South Wales you will find beautiful natural areas, such as the Blue Mountains, Barrington Tops , the Royal National Park and the Snowy Mountains.

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ACT BalloonCanberra is the capital city of Australia, located in the Australian Capital Territory in the south east of New South Wales. It is a planned city, with national monuments, museums, and galleries all built around large man-made lakes. A bush capital – Canberra is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors, with excellent cycling, gardens, parks, bushwalking and nature reserves.

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Twelve Apostles

Victoria is the smallest state of the Australian mainland. It is located in the southeastern corner of the continent and has a population of nearly 5 million inhabitants. 70% of the population of the state live in the capital city of Melbourne. The city is located on the north side of Port Philip Bay, the busiest container port in Australia. There are major differences in climate throughout the state from humid temperature in eastern Gippsland to snow covered mountains in the winter in the Australian Alps.

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Bay of Fires, Tasmania

Tasmania is located 240 km south of Melbourne and visited by more and more visitors. It is a beautiful lush green island with scenery very different to mainland Australia. It is sparsely populated and there is an abundance of unspoiled nature to enjoy as well as world class vineyards and interesting historical sights.

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Northern Territory

Kata Tjuta

The northern part of the Northern Territory is also called the Top End. Darwin is the largest city in northern Australia. It is a fast growing modern city with about 125,000 inhabitants and a starting point for many attractions. There are several amazing sites in the Top End, the best known being the Kakadu National Park (250 km southeast of at Darwin). The Litchfield National Park is also a great spot for visitors. The park is less crowded but certainly offers scenery just as beautiful as Kakadu.

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South Australia

Seal Bay, Kangeroo Island

The state of South Australia is characterized by deserts, salt lakes, ancient mountain ranges and fertile coastal plains. South Australia is the driest state of Australia, and a large part of it is arid and desert-like. The only major city in South Australia ’s Adelaide, with its beautiful parks, Victorian homes and churches. The Torrens River flows through the city. 50 km northeast of the city Barossa Valley, one of the best wine regions of Australia.

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Western Australia


Western Australia consists largely of desert and semi-desert, including the Great Sandy Desert in the north, the Little Sandy Desert and Gibson Desert in the center and the Great Victoria Desert in the southeast. Also a small part of the Tanami Desert is located in the northeast of Western Australia. Western Australia has a population of 2.5 million people, of which roughly three-quarters live in and around Perth lives. Western Australia in the south, west and north are surrounded by the Indian Ocean and have many stunning beaches.

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