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Queensland

Queensland
Queensland

Located on the east coast of Australia, Queensland has many contrasts from sunny tropical coastal areas and beachfront cities to lush rainforests and tropical hideaways. From the Gold Coast in the great south east to Cairns in the tropical north, Queensland offers an exciting range of tourist attractions and quality accommodation. Queensland is the ideal destination offering a variety of holidays for all travellers.

The types of accommodation available vary almost as much as the Sunshine State's scenery; 4, 5 and 6 star hotels, health spas, family resorts, beach front apartments, tropical hideaways. We will ensure that your next Queensland holiday will be an unforgettable adventure!

Here you will discover comprehensive information about holidaying in Queensland the Sunshine State. Discover the excitement of the Gold Coast, the beauty of the Whitsundays and the Great Barrier Reef, the relaxing atmosphere of the Sunshine Coast and the green rainforests of Far North Queensland. Whether you want to know about accommodation, attractions, events or entertainment, simply select one of Queensland's fantastic locations and discover what everyone has been raving about.

Queensland Accommodation


Queensland Accommodation Regions
Surfers Paradise   ·   Broadbeach   ·   Main Beach   ·   Burleigh Heads   ·   Coolangatta / Kirra   ·   Broadwater   ·   Stradbroke Island   ·   Carrara   ·   Mermaid Beach   ·   Palm Beach   ·   Northern Gold Coast   ·   Hinterland   ·   Tugun   ·   Varsity Lakes
Noosa   ·   Coolum Beach   ·   Marcoola   ·   Twin Waters   ·   Maroochydore   ·   Alexandra Headland   ·   Mooloolaba   ·   Kawana   ·   Caloundra   ·   Hinterland
Bundaberg   ·   Hervey Bay   ·   Fraser Island   ·   Rainbow Beach
Agnes Water & Town of 1770   ·   Tannum Sands   ·   Yeppoon   ·   Rockhampton   ·   Gladstone   ·   Heron Island   ·   Wilson Island
Airlie Beach   ·   Mackay   ·   Hayman Island   ·   Daydream Island   ·   Hamilton Island   ·   Long Island
Cairns   ·   Daintree   ·   Cairns Beaches   ·   Palm Cove   ·   Port Douglas   ·   Cape Tribulation   ·   Townsville   ·   Magnetic Island   ·   Fitzroy Island   ·   Lizard Island   ·   Orpheus Island
Mount Isa   ·   Goondiwindi   ·   Gin Gin   ·   Somerset Region   ·   SE QLD Country

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Specific Queensland Accommodation

Gold Coast Luxury [+]   ·   Brisbane Luxury [+]   ·   Sunshine Coast Luxury [+]   ·   Fraser Coast Luxury [+]   ·   Capricorn Coast Luxury [+]   ·   Whitsundays Luxury [+]   ·   Tropical North Luxury [+]   ·   Country & Outback Luxury [+]   ·  

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New South Wales

New South Wales
New South Wales

Located in the south-east of Australia, north of Victoria, south of Queensland and east of South Australia, New South Wales (NSW) is Australia's most populous state. New South Wales's largest city and capital is Sydney.

From the North Coast and Northern Rivers to the South Coast and Sydney - New South Wales offers an exciting range of tourist attractions and quality accommodation. New South Wales is the ideal destination offering a variety of holidays for all travellers.

The types of accommodation available vary almost as much as the Premier State's scenery; 4, 5 and 6 star hotels, health spas, family resorts, beach front apartments, tropical hideaways.

New South Wales Accommodation


New South Wales Accommodation Regions
Sydney City   ·   Darling Harbour   ·   The Rocks   ·   Sydney Airport   ·   Sydney North   ·   Sydney South   ·   Sydney East   ·   Sydney West
Hunter Valley   ·   Maitland   ·   Vacy
The Entrance   ·   Ettalong Beach / Umina   ·   Terrigal   ·   Gosford   ·   Wisemans Ferry   ·   Hawkesbury   ·   Wyong
Kingscliff   ·   Casuarina   ·   Cabarita Beach   ·   Byron Bay   ·   Ballina   ·   Yamba   ·   Coffs Harbour   ·   Port Macquarie   ·   Harrington   ·   Diamond Beach   ·   Forster   ·   Myall Lakes   ·   Port Stephens   ·   Newcastle   ·   Lake Macquarie
Wollongong   ·   Huskisson   ·   Kiama   ·   Gerringong   ·   Batemans Bay   ·   Merimbula   ·   Pambula
Cooma   ·   Jindabyne
Albury & Surrounds   ·   Moama   ·   Armidale   ·   Broken Hill   ·   Dubbo   ·   Orange   ·   Parkes   ·   Southern Highlands   ·   Tamworth   ·   Wagga Wagga

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Specific New South Wales Accommodation

Sydney Luxury [+]   ·   Hunter Region Luxury [+]   ·   Central Coast Luxury [+]   ·   North Coast Luxury [+]   ·   South Coast Luxury [+]   ·   Blue Mountains Luxury [+]   ·   Snowy Mountains Luxury [+]   ·   Country / Outback Luxury [+]   ·   Lord Howe Island Luxury [+]   ·  

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Victoria

Victoria
Victoria

Victoria is bordered by New South Wales to the north, South Australia to the west, and Tasmania to the south, across the Bass Strait. Victoria is the most densely populated state, and has a highly centralised population, with over 70% of Victorians living in Melbourne, the state capital and largest city.

Some major tourist destinations in Victoria are: attractions of the city centre such as Crown Casino, Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Museum, the Melbourne Aquarium,Science Works, Healsville Sanctuary, Werribee open range zoo, tourism precincts such as Melbourne Docklands, Southbank and St Kilda as well as cultural and sporting tourist icons such as The Arts Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, also known as the MCG, and the Eureka Tower, tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere, with its Skydeck 88; former Goldfields region featuring the historic cities of Ballarat, Beechworth, Bendigo, Castlemaine, Maldon and Daylesford; Dandenong Ranges (in particular the Puffing Billy Railway); Mornington Peninsula, particularly for its wineries and secluded beaches, Arthur's Seat and the coastal attractions of Portsea and Sorrento.

A region of interest is the Great Ocean Road, which features The Twelve Apostles, historic towns of Port Fairy and Portland, cliffs and whale watching and resort towns such as Lorne. The Victorian Alpine Region, part of the Australian Alps, particularly for skiing and the Central Victorian Highlands, 'Highcountry' are very well known for winter sports and bushwalking.

Victoria Accommodation


Victoria Accommodation Regions
Fingal   ·   Flinders
Phillip Island   ·   Bairnsdale   ·   Lakes Entrance   ·   Metung   ·   Sale
Ballarat   ·   Horsham
Echuca   ·   Shepparton   ·   Mildura   ·   Swan Hill   ·   Bright   ·   Wodonga   ·   Ebden   ·   Falls Creek   ·   Mount Buller

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Specific Victoria Accommodation

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Tasmania

Tasmania
Tasmania

Tasmania is an Australian island and state. It is located 240 kilometres south of the eastern side of the continent, from which it is separated by Bass Strait. The state includes the island of Tasmania – the 26th largest island in the world – and the surrounding islands.

Tasmania is promoted as the natural state and the "island of inspiration" owing to its large and relatively unspoiled natural environment. Almost 37% of Tasmania lies in reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites. The state capital and largest city is Hobart, which encompasses the local government areas of City of Hobart, City of Glenorchy, and City of Clarence. Other major population centres include Launceston in the north and Devonport and Burnie in the northwest.

Tasmania has extremely diverse vegetation, from the heavily grazed grassland of the dry Midlands to the tall evergreen eucalypt forest, alpine heathlands and large areas of cool temperate rainforests and moorlands in the rest of the state. Many flora species are unique to Tasmania, and some are related to species in South America and New Zealand through ancestors which grew on the super continent of Gondwana, 50 million years ago. Tasmania is also home to some of the tallest and oldest trees of the world.

Scattered across Tasmania are many vineyards, and Tasmanian beer brands such as Boags and Cascade are known and sold on the mainland. King Island off the northwestern coast of Tasmania has a reputation for boutique cheeses and dairy products. Tasmanians are also consumers of seafood, such as Crayfish, Orange roughy and Salmon, both farmed and wild.

Tasmania Accommodation


Tasmania Accommodation Regions
Launceston CBD   ·   Hadspen   ·   Tamar Valley

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Specific Tasmania Accommodation

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Western Australia

Western Australia
Western Australia

Western Australia is Australia's largest state and the second largest subnational entity in the world. The state's capital city is Perth. Western Australia is bounded by South Australia and the Northern Territory to the east, and the Indian Ocean to the west and north.

In recent years, tourism has grown in importance, with significant numbers of visitors to the state. Revenue from tourism is a strong economic driver in many of the smaller population centres outside of Perth, especially in coastal locations.

Western Australia has a significant fishing industry. Products for local consumption and export include Western Rock Lobsters, prawns, crabs, shark and tuna, as well as pearl fishing in the Kimberley region of the state. Processing is conducted along the west coast. Whaling was a key marine industry but ceased at Albany in 1978.

Western Australia's winemaking regions are almost entirely concentrated in the south-western portion of the State. Major wine producing regions include: Margaret River, The Great Southern, Swan Valley as well as several smaller districts including Blackwood Valley, Manjimup, Pemberton, Peel, Perth Hills, and Geographe. Several wineries produce wine for local consumption and international export.

Western Australia Accommodation


Western Australia Accommodation Regions
Perth CBD   ·   Perth Suburbs   ·   Scarborough
Mandurah   ·   Bunbury   ·   Margaret River   ·   Coastal Towns   ·   Albany
Geraldton   ·   Coral Bay   ·   Exmouth   ·   Monkey Mia
Broome & Cable Beach   ·   Karratha   ·   Onslow   ·   Kununurra   ·   Port Hedland

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Specific Western Australia Accommodation

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South Australia

South Australia
South Australia

South Australia is in the southern central part of Australia. South Australia covers some of the most arid parts of the continent; it is the fourth largest of Australia's six states and two territories.

South Australia shares borders with all of the mainland states and the Northern Territory. It is bordered to the west by Western Australia, to the north by the Northern Territory, to the north-east by Queensland, to the east by New South Wales, to the south-east by Victoria, and to the south by the Great Australian Bight and the Southern Ocean.

South Australia is known as a state of festivals and of fine wine. The state's economy centres on the agricultural, manufacturing and mining industries and has an increasingly significant finance sector as well.

The terrain consists largely of arid and semi-arid rangelands, with several low mountain ranges in which the most important mountains are the Mount Lofty-Flinders Ranges system which extends north about 800 kilometres from Cape Jervis to the northern end of Lake Torrens and salt lakes.

The majority of its people reside in the state capital, Adelaide, with most of the remainder settled in fertile areas along the south-eastern coast and River Murray. Other significant population centres include Mount Gambier, Whyalla, Murray Bridge, Port Augusta, Port Pirie, Port Lincoln, and Victor Harbor.

South Australia Accommodation


South Australia Accommodation Regions
Adelaide CBD   ·   Adelaide Hills   ·   Glenelg
McLaren Vale   ·   Port Elliot   ·   Victor Harbor   ·   Wirrina Cove
Ceduna   ·   Whyalla
Mount Gambier   ·   Robe

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Specific South Australia Accommodation

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Northern Territory

Northern Territory
Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is a federal territory of Australia, occupying much of the centre of the mainland continent, as well as the central northern regions. The capital city is Darwin. The population is not concentrated in coastal regions but rather along the Stuart Highway. The other major settlements are Katherine, Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Nhulunbuy in the territory's north-east.

The Northern Territory is also home to two spectacular natural rock formations, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), which are sacred to the local Aboriginal peoples and which have become major tourist attractions. In the northern part of the territory lies Kakadu National Park, which features breathtaking wetlands and native wildlife.

Darwin International Airport is the major domestic and international airport for the territory. Several smaller airports are also scattered throughout the Territory and are served by smaller airlines; including Alice Springs Airport, Ayers Rock Airport and Tennant Creek Airport.

Northern Territory Accommodation


Northern Territory Accommodation Regions
Uluru   ·   Kings Canyon

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Specific Northern Territory Accommodation

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ACT

ACT
ACT

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is the capital territory of the Commonwealth of Australia and its smallest self-governing internal territory. The ACT is enclaved within New South Wales. The territory was transferred to the Commonwealth by the state of New South Wales in 1911, two years prior to the naming of Canberra as the National Capital in 1913.

The ACT is bounded by the Goulburn-Cooma railway line in the east, the watershed of Naas Creek in the south, the watershed of the Cotter River in the west, and the watershed of the Molonglo River in the north-east. The ACT also has a small strip of territory around the southern end of the Beecroft Peninsula, which is the northern headland of Jervis Bay.

Apart from the city of Canberra, the Australian Capital Territory also contains agricultural land (sheep, dairy cattle, vineyards and small amounts of crops) and a large area of national park (Namadgi National Park), much of it mountainous and forested. Small townships and communities located within the ACT include Williamsdale, Naas, Uriarra, Tharwa and Hall.

Tidbinbilla is a locality to the south-west of Canberra that features the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, operated by the United States' National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as part of its Deep Space Network.

There are a large range of mountains, rivers and creeks in the Namadgi National Park. These include the Naas and Murrumbidgee Rivers.

ACT Accommodation


ACT Accommodation Regions

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