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Australia Hotels

  • Adelaide Hotels

    Adelaide Hotels

    In keeping with its climate, Adelaide, capital of South Australia, has a Mediterranean ambience as it straddles the Torrens River; filled with churches, gardens, civic buildings, sidewalk cafes and a plethora of museums, galleries and festivals; catering to the culturally inclined. The city was originally laid out in 1836 by Colonel Light in a square mile (three sq km) grid of wide streets with gracious colonial architecture.

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  • Australia Hotels

    Australia Hotels

    Australia is the sixth largest country in the world - more or less the same size as mainland USA. This vast land however also has the lowest population density in the world, with only two people per square kilometre. Australia is politically divided into six states and two territories, each one offering a different experience for the traveller.

  • Brisbane Hotels

    Brisbane Hotels

    Australia's third largest city has a relaxed, easy-going ambience that is well suited to its moniker 'The City of Sundays'. As the capital of the state of Queensland, however, it has a serious side too and despite it's laid-back aura it is filled with the cosmopolitan hustle and bustle of a major urban hub. Brisbane has several interesting districts, a good street cafe vibe, a wonderful riverside park, a very full cultural calendar and a vibrant nightlife.

  • Cairns Hotels

    Cairns Hotels

    The cosmopolitan, colourful city of Cairns in far north Queensland is a tourist-orientated centre because it is the gateway to two of the world's most awesome World Heritage Sites, the Great Barrier Reef and the 110-million year old Daintree rainforest.

  • Gold Coast Hotels

    Gold Coast Hotels

    Australia's Gold Coast stretches south from Queensland's capital, Brisbane, along 45 miles (70km) of coastline into northern New South Wales. The stunning array of beaches along this coast are a major drawcard, and where once only the surf graced the shoreline, today there is a plethora of high-rise accommodation, giant theme parks, exotic nightlife and countless restaurants.

  • Melbourne Hotels

    Melbourne Hotels

    Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne, capital of Victoria, is the most European in style with trams rattling through streets past Victorian buildings, parks and outdoor cafes. The city centre is laid out in a simple grid pattern; the long, wide north-south streets gently sloping down to the Yarra River, crossed by a mix of narrow lanes, and the main shopping streets such as Bourke and Collins Streets.

  • New South Wales Hotels

    New South Wales Hotels

    New South Wales (NSW) is an incredible showcase for the wonder and diversity of the Australian landscape. A driving tour is the best way to explore the state at your own pace.

  • Northern Territory Hotels

    Northern Territory Hotels

    A slice through the centre of Australia, the Northern Territory contains the 'Red Centre' of the country with its rugged bush, ancient Aboriginal cultures and amazing plant and wildlife. The abundant wide open space is the 'Outback' of Australia. The Northern Territory is twice the size of California, but is inhabited by fewer than 200,000 people. It draws tourists, however, because it forms the backdrop for adventure on a grand scale - hot-air ballooning, bushwalking, four-wheel drive...

  • Perth Hotels

    Perth Hotels

    Perth offers a truly unique Western Australian experience. World-class beaches, amazing wildlife and stunning nature make this city a perfect place for a getaway. Discover fabulous dining options, great shopping and a wide selection of modern hotels.

  • Port Douglas Hotels

    Port Douglas Hotels

    Experience the best of Tropical North Queensland with a holiday to Port Douglas. The region offers white sandy beaches, world class resorts and restaurants and is right on the doorstep of the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Queensland Hotels

    Queensland Hotels

    Queensland is an Australian state with a coastline stretching nearly 7,000km. Its offshore Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef system, hosts thousands of marine species. The city of Cairns is a gateway to the reef and tropical Daintree Rainforest. The stylish capital, Brisbane, is flanked by the surfing-friendly beaches of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.

  • South Australia Hotels

    South Australia Hotels

    Beautiful Adelaide, lined with broad, leafy streets and graceful colonial buildings, is a sporting and cultural hub of South Australia.

  • Sunshine Coast Hotels

    Sunshine Coast Hotels

    With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, it's no surprise why the Sunshine Coast is named so, and why it is a favourite holiday destination for visitors of all persuasions.

  • Sydney Hotels

    Sydney Hotels

    Sunny, seductive Sydney is a high contender for the title of the world's most ideal city. It is slick and smart, the streets are clean; the neighbourhoods and busy pedestrian precincts pristine; the parks sublime; the water in the huge harbour blue, and the landmark buildings breath-taking.

  • Tasmania Hotels

    Tasmania Hotels

    Tasmania, the southern tip of Australian territory, is an island separated from the mainland by the Bass Strait. It is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes and friendly, relaxed people, with a temperate climate, rich history and slow pace of life. There is no hustle and bustle here, even in the cities.

  • Victoria Hotels

    Victoria Hotels

    Victoria is a state of culture and enlightenment. Witness the magnificent views from the winding Great Ocean Road or feel at ease among the cosmopolitan bustle of Melbourne, right through to the tranquillity of the Yarra Valley. Such diversity means you can find accommodation to suit your style and budget and partake in a range of holiday activities to keep everyone amused.

  • Western Australia Hotels

    Western Australia Hotels

    The state of Western Australia is big, bold and beautiful, and despite covering one third of Australia, has a population of fewer than two million. It has miles of coastline washed by the Indian Ocean and a range of climatic zones from tropical through to temperate.