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Five New Ways To Experience Ultimate Luxury In Australia In 2024

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Five New Ways To Experience Ultimate Luxury In Australia In 2024


Explore Down Under in new ways with new elevated luxury experiences

Australia’s breathtaking and unique landscapes have always invited visitors to disconnect from the bustle of life back home and reconnect with what matters. These new retreats present the opportunity to do so while enjoying all the trimmings of a pure luxury escape.Australia

Luxury By The Sea

First up, Southern Ocean Lodge reopens this December with a heightened focus on sustainability. The stunning original property was destroyed in the Kangaroo Island bushfires, and after three years of rehabilitation, will once again be welcoming visitors to the breathtaking sheer cliff tops of Kangaroo Island.

Nature At Its Finest

Moreover, the Great Victorian Bathing Trail, which connects 900km of hot springs, mineral springs and sea baths across the southern coastline of Victoria, is welcoming two new luxury openings. Check this one out to be in tune with nature.Australia

Lush Greenery And Luxury

The Lodge Wadjemup will soon start welcoming guests back to the new, low-impact development on Rottnest Island. Situated next to the former Aboriginal prison building known as the “Quod” and a short distance from the Wadjemup Aboriginal Burial Ground. This one is for those who love to live green.

The accommodation also respects and celebrates the history and culture of its Indigenous communities through the naming of food and beverage, in-room experiences, decor and art and bush tucker planting.Australia

Bond With Bamboo

Byron Bay, known for its stunning beaches and relaxed wellness culture, has three new all-inclusive experiences that enhance its portfolio of unique premium stays. Sun Ranch is a chic hinterland retreat that pays homage to the Californian ranches of the 1970s, while Brooklet Estate, set on 125ha of rolling estate, is a luxury wellness retreat designed for maximising your ability to recharge.Australia

Fun Island

Adventurous souls can embark on a trip to an island paradise three kilometres off the coast of Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. Rumi on Louth is a luxury escape set to open in March 2024.

Guests arrive on the island via catamaran to indulge in day spa experiences, world-class Japanese-inspired fine dining, and guided tours of the wildlife and incredible wild landscape. Rumi on Louth offers guests the finest of hospitality while remaining committed to sustainability and protecting its slice of paradise.Australia

More information can be found on the Official Tourism Australia Website.


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