Romantic Escapes Australia

Australia's most Romantic Destinations!



Whether your idea of a romantic weekend getaway is an all-inclusive pampering or spending time alone with your loved one on a deserted beach or hidden castles, Australia has it for you. Being dubbed as the Surfers Paradise, Australia is definitely so much more. If you're looking for a place in Australia to spend a romantic weekend with someone you love, here are some ideas.

Freycinet Lodge: Set in the middle of the Freycinet National Park, this majestic place boasts one of the best scenes a resort can provide. With world-class dining, peaceful atmosphere, five-star accommodation and miles of secluded beach, Freycinet Lodge is best romantic resort you can find in Australia, perfect for honeymooners and everyone else who doesn't want to be disturbed.

Cape Tribulation: If you're a sucker for sunsets or you're planning to propose to your girlfriend, Cape Tribulation is the place to go. Included in the list of World Heritage sites, this paradise provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway - it features complete solitude combined with natural beauty. But if you're looking for a busy nightlife, this won't be the place for you as there's nothing much going on around here, but a few eco-resorts and limited restaurants. Nevertheless, the sunrise in the Cape is truly an experience you and your partner would not forget.

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Mount Warning: Listed as one of the top 8 iconic sites in Australia, this romantic getaway NSW is just perfect for anyone seeking a memorable vacation. Popular for men's choice in popping the question, getting married or just relaxing, it is the first place on mainland Australia to be gleamed by the sunrise. If you wish to extend your stay and be mesmerized by the mountain's beauty, check into the Hillcrest Mountain View Retreat to spend a night or two at the most romantic spot in Byron Bay Australia.

Longitude 131: Located near Ayers Rock Resort, this one-of-a-kind camping haven is beyond words. Its 15 tents seem ordinary, but as soon as you enter, all the luxuries in a 5-star hotel are there - beautiful interior design, comfy beds, top-class service and fully furnished room. The best thing, however, is just a click of a remote and the blinds go up, so you can watch the sunrise or sunset gleaming the desert in the comfort of your private tent.

Other weekend escapes Australia has to offer include the Port Fairy and a stay in Oscars Waterfront or Goble's Mill House; the Dandenong Ranges and a stay in the Japanese Mountain Retreat; and the Hepburn Spa Complex in Hepburn Springs, among others. Whatever destination you choose to visit, these places offer a romantic package to suit your needs and budget.

 

Australian City Breaks

Romantic getaways can be the perfect opportunity to spend time with someone special whilst exploring somewhere totally new. Australia has some wonderful cities and part of their charm is that they are all so different. Getting out there and enjoying a weekend away interstate is a fun way of sampling the attractions of a different place.

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Beach Breaks

If you feel that sun plus sea equals romance, perhaps you should book a holiday at one of the many fabulous beaches that frame our amazing country. Australia has so many outstanding beaches that deciding where to stay can be a bit overwhelming, so here are a few ideas.

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Luxury Romantic Escapes Australia

If you really want to wow your lover, Australia has plenty of luxury accommodation in some of the most beautiful locations on the planet. Whether you wish to impress with a tropical island getaway or woo with a chic ecoretreat, there are heaps of high-end destinations for romantic holidays.

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Australian Eco Retreats

With our unique flora and fauna, incredible coastline, verdant rainforests, stark deserts and striking wilderness, Australian ecotourism is booming. Spending a short break at an eco retreat is an ideal way to get back to nature and learn about your beloved on a romantic getaway. Here are some fabulous eco resorts for that perfect couples holiday.

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Gold Coast

A great destination for a romantic getaway to the sun (especially if you’re spending winter in the southern states!) has to be the Gold Coast. Beginning 80kms to the south of the Queensland capital Brisbane and continuing down to laidback Coolangatta, this is a quintessential slice of Aussie beach life – sun kissed, stunning and ideal for a couple’s holiday.

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Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road in southwest Victoria is one of the state’s biggest tourist attractions and if you visit this iconic stretch of coast, you’ll soon see why. Running 243 kilometres from Torquay, just west of Geelong and finishing up at Warrnambool, the road is renowned for its charming seaside towns and spectacular ocean views, and is one of the most famous drives in Australia.

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Adelaide

Travelling interstate and seeing somewhere totally new is a great idea for a quick romantic getaway and Adelaide is simply prefect for a few days of rest and relaxation with someone special. The South Australia capital might be smaller and considered (by those who haven’t visited it) less glamorous than Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, but it is a hotbed of culture and foodie experiences, all tidied up in a neat, easy to navigate package – so making it an ideal destination for romantic escapes and weekend getaways.

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Mornington Magic

One of the great joys of living in Melbourne is that you have all the amenities and buzz of a major international city, but can still be lying on a beautiful beach or relaxing in blissful countryside in less than an hour. And one place that’s near to the city and yet offers both of those getaway options is the Mornington Peninsula.

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