Luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic, Longitude 131 offers immersion in the World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, complete with 5-star luxury and private views of the sun rising and setting over Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Venture into the spirited land of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and you are exposed to an expansive living cultural landscape in the company of only a few others. Whether you spend your time learning of the ancient cultures of traditional owners, or exploring the stunning flora and fauna with expert guides, face to face with this irresistible land, your senses come alive.
In the evening savour dishes from a new, daily menu which fuses modern Australian cuisine and indigenous flavours with a hint of international influences. The evening also offers up experiences to last a lifetime. Dine out under the spectacular desert night sky at Table 131° or with the haunting sounds of the Didgeridoo in the background, and the beautiful dusk desert sky fading from vibrant pinks/red to a starlit sky, Longitude 131°'s resident storyteller shares stories from the past at Tales by Firelight.
InterContinental Hayman Island Resort, most awarded luxury nature resort, is a private island of natural beauty, tranquility, adventure and indulgence. InterContinental Hayman Island offers a front-row seat to the Great Barrier Reef and a world of leisure and adventure. A place where InterContinental Hayman Island "moments" become lifetime memories and family traditions. InterContinental Hayman Island's new beach villas and private plunge pools offer a new level of sophistication in contemporary accommodation which must be experienced to be believed.Queensland
All River and Treehouses feature wide verandas and luxurious spa baths. Spectacularly situated on the Mossman River. Silky Oaks Lodge is the ultimate destination from which to explore Far North Queensland. The Treehouse Restaurant is one of Northern Queensland's premier dining experiences and the open-sided restaurant offers sensational Daintree rainforest and Mossman river views. Set in lush tropical gardens, the Healing Waters Spa offers treatments designed to harness the power of nature through the use of clays from the earth, flower and plant essences. The lodge offers a wide variety of activities and excursions into the surrounding rainforest.Queensland
Amid the vast and ancient landscape of Western Australia's East Kimberley region sits the untamed natural beauty of El Questro. El Questro is a destination unlike any other and offers the freedom to explore one of Australia's last true frontiers. From deep gorges and majestic mountains to thermal springs, mud and salt-flats, rainforests and cascading waterfalls everything the Kimberley has to offer is located across the property's 700,000 acres and is why we say that El Questro is the heart of the Kimberley.
A unique hotel of unlimited intrigue, MACq 01 is inspired by the stories of Tasmania and its most colourful characters. Located in the heart of the historic Hobart waterfront, this storytelling hotel offers an informal luxury setting. From the rooms and decor to the service, the food, the entertainment, the views and even the people you meet within its walls, MACq 01 has been designed to offer a quintessentially Tasmanian experience like no other. Inside the hotel, you'll encounter the essence of Tasmania amidst a cornucopia of delights: fresh Tassie produce, a roaring open fire, trinkets and curiosities of the distant past, touches of live entertainment, all surrounded by the stories and characters that have made Tasmania the unforgettable place it is today.Tasmania
The focus of a stay at Bamurru is on the environment around the camp and the wildlife and birdlife to which it is home. Each individual safari suite is designed to blend with the surrounding landscape and, as such, exposes guests to the sights and sounds of the bush, whether it is the haunting call of a Whistling Kite, the raucous cacophony from the Blue-winged Kookaburras as dawn breaks or the sound of a full grown buffalo splashing its way through the floodplains. The morning chorus of tens of thousands of Magpie Geese, after whom the camp is named, is an experience in itself.
With no telephones, TVs, CD players or the typical features of a hotel room, the focus is on creature comforts - a supremely comfortable bed, 100% cotton linen, large soft bath towels, a high pressure shower and lots of space. With just 9 safari suites built amongst the savannah bush fringing the floodplains, the camp is exclusive and guests will not see other tourists on the property.Northern Territory
Located on an entirely private 28,000-hectare working cattle station and heritage site, Mount Mulligan Lodge offers boutique accommodation in the shadow of majestic Mount Mulligan. Ensuring an intimate escape, the lodge accommodates just 16 guests at any one time and features luxurious and contemporary rooms, a beautifully designed main pavilion for guest meals and relaxation, an infinity pool and sunset bar. Each guest room is also assigned its own electric buggy to explore the expansive property with ease. Experience the spirit of the North Queensland backcountry through a captivating landscape with indigenous significance dating back 37,000 years.North Queensland
Named after the soaring white sails that crown the property, Sails in the Desert offers a luxurious outback holiday experience at Ayers Rock Resort which is situated in the culturally significant landscape of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The interior of the rooms and suites are exquisitely designed and furnished, while the neutral decor is complemented by Indigenous artwork, artifacts and decorative pieces which is on display throughout. Dining options include the brasserie-style Ilkari Restaurant and the contemporary Walpa Lobby Bar where you can enjoy cocktails and Indigenous-inspired cuisine. When you are not touring, cool off in the sparkling swimming pool lined with lush gumtrees or be lulled into complete relaxation at the Red Ochre Spa. Other facilities available include the resort’s bars and lounges, the Mulgara Art Gallery, shops, and a children's playground. Ayers Rock Resort offers local activities and attractions within the Resort and the Uluru (Ayers Rock) - Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) National Park and over 65 local tours. The real star, of course, is the location, which is truly breath taking.The Red Centre
Previously known as the Medina Grand, the Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront is located on the fringe of Darwin’s waterfront precinct in the heart of the Top End. You can enjoy contemporary living in one of the well-appointed apartments or studios, equipped with modern amenities and an ensuite bathroom. Conveniently close to Darwin’s central hub, there are many boutique shops, restaurants, bars, and picturesque parklands all just a short stroll away.
Curve Cafe and Bar offers an all-day dining menu, with the option of room service, with fresh Australian flavours and a great dining experience. The bar is an ideal place to relax with a glass of red or an ice-cold beer after an action-packed day.Darwin, Northern Territory