‘Classic Luxury Lodge of Australia, Magnificent Surroundings’
Placing you at the heart of a magnificent natural South Australian landscape at the foot of the Elder Range, Arkaba is both a luxury lodge and a 60,000 acre wildlife conservancy. The homestead is a classic Flinders building with thick walls of stone and shaded verandas dating back to 1851 and is truly intimate with just five rooms, each featuring an en-suite bathroom and veranda access. There’s plenty of relaxing to enjoy by the pool or out in nature but the focus here is also on the social experience (there are no televisions, telephones or minibars) so whether over a meal, on a safari or around an evening bonfire, socialising is easy at Arkaba.
This extensive tour includes some of the most famous sights in Australia, so you can be sure you’ll be making the most of your two weeks down under. You’ll live in the lap of luxury at the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, explore the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef, relax on a private beach, and so much more.
‘Barefoot Luxury At Berkeley River Lodge’
Berkeley River Lodge revels in the surrounding glory of nature and invites you to enjoy the barefoot luxury of the resort. The main lodge blends contemporary architect with the natural environment to incorporate indoor and outdoor dining facilities. Much in the way that the accommodation at the resort is simplistic yet elegant and puts an emphasis on enjoying this wilderness ambience. Facilities at the resort include a 20 metre lap pool and a library of books and magazines.
‘Idyllic Resort With Stunning Vistas’
The dream of English politician Lord Alistair McAlpine, Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa is as elegant, lavish and sophisticated as you would expect. The architecture and décor at the resort is an unusual yet beautiful blend of Asian and colonial flavour. Accommodation at Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa is understandably luxurious with bright hues, sharp wooden features and breath-taking ocean views. The resort is also great for children, with its mini golf course, and enhanced family pool.
In Our Opinion
'An ideal beachside resort for active families who crave excitement and abundant activities whilst resting in opulent surroundings.'
‘A Luxury Lodge of Australia On A UNESCO World Heritage Site’
Capella Lodge is located on the southern end of the lagoon on Lord Howe Island. The resort is nestled above the picturesque scenery of Lover’s Bay and this resort is lucky enough to have exclusive views of the ocean and the twin peaks of Mounts Gower and Lidgbird. Accommodation at the resort is luxurious and takes advantage of the beautiful scenery. Each lodge has a basalt bathroom and veranda. Guests will adore the spa options available as well as the mountain biking opportunities and lush walking trails.
‘Rustic Charm In Victorian Mansion Setting’
Chateau Yering Historic House Hotel is a cultured Victorian mansion boutique that is set on 250 acres. The hotel is a heritage listed hotel is located roughly 50km north east of Melbourne in the heart of Yarra Valley. As a result, the hotel boasts some of the most beautiful sights in the region. Accommodation at the hotel offers an old-world charm which is unique and proudly displayed through the use of rich wood features and elegant paintings.
‘Peaceful Victorian Grandeur In The Heart Of Perth’
COMO The Treasury occupies a selection of beautifully restored late Victorian buildings where for 140 years it has served variously as a post office, treasury, land titles office and home to Perth’s original seat of government. It features four floors of peaceful rooms overlooking the lovely Swan River and Cathedral Square with bold, cantilevered balconies in a flamboyant neo-Renaissance style. At the rooftop Wildflower restaurant Executive Chef Jed Gerrard showcases the best Western Australian ingredients in contemporary European dishes inspired by the seasons. There's a gym and a 20 metre indoor pool as well as four treatment rooms and a choice of massages and therapies. Perth itself is known for its natural beauty and laidback lifestyle and the central business district is a hub of arts, culture and retail with cafes, bars and luxury stores found along King Street.
‘Luxury Hotel In The Heart Of Melbourne’
Crown Towers offers a spectacularly lavish staying option only 16 miles away from Melbourne Airport. The hotels facilities include a nightclub, a day spa and a swimming pool as well as fully functional tennis courts. Guests will love the views of the city, Yarra River or Port Phillip Bay from their luxury accommodation. Each abode is beautifully furnished with the latest style amenities and a focus on comfort.
‘Stylish Hotel Within Walking Distance Of Melbourne Central’
The Crowne Plaza Melbourne is a prominent building in the heart of Melbourne, situated on the Yarra River in close proximity to the local shopping and dining spots. Accommodation at the resort is contemporary and sleek with views of the resort pool or South Wharf. Facilities at the hotel include an outdoor pool and a gym.