Often referred to as the land where the adventures are as vast as the horizons, Australia is the world’s largest island, but smallest continent that covers a total area of 7.69 million square kilometers.  Described by some as an island continent, because of its oceanic surroundings, Australia consists of a population that is diverse in religion, culture and ethnicity.

With fascinating native creatures such as kangaroos, koalas and wombats, and its naturally beautiful landscape, there are so many reasons why Australia has grown to become a popular tourist destination, accommodating visitors from all over the world in luxury resorts like the four listed below.

1. Novotel Twin Waters

Set amongst fourteen hectares of natural bush land and manicured gardens Novotel Twin Waters is a pristine beachfront Resort. Known to be a premium holiday resort nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Maroochy River, 5 km’s from the Sunshine Coast Airport and one hour from the north of Brisbane, Novotel offers an abundance of awesome attractions such as the Australia Zoo made famous by world renowned crocodile hunter, Steve Irwin.

Novotel Twin Waters

Novotel Twin Waters

This resort boasts an array of features like spacious and stylish accommodation options, an outdoor heated pool and spa, Nouveau Restaurant, Aqua Bar & Lounge, Deli Market and Café, Lagoon Day Spa, tours, a conference center and an 18- hole golf course designed by Peter Thompson and Mike Wolveridge.

2. Capella Lodge

For visitors who are looking for a sophisticated island experience Capella Lodge in Lord Howe Island in Australia is the ultimate destination. Blending in with the landscape in bleached wood and glass Capella showcases views to die for over jagged mountains, turquoise lagoons, breath-taking coral reefs and an ever-changing seascape flat out to the horizon.

The resort offers premium boutique accommodation, thanks to its stylish and contemporary design features like pillion roofs and floor to ceiling windows. It also offers Spacious, light filled interiors feature timber floors, marine ply joinery and custom furniture pieces that create a modern beach house ambience.

Capella Lodge

Capella Lodge

With its luxurious coastal look the Capella Restaurant is an open-plan that has fish, house-made pasta, boutique farmed meats and island-grown tropical fruit amongst other things on the menu, and the bar boasts a good selection of boutique wines and great espressos. Complimentary sunset cocktails and canapés are served daily.

3. Saffire Freycinet

Saffire Freycinet, also known as hotel Saffire is boutique hotel found on the shores of Tasmania. The resort is a natural gem that showcases sunset-strewn beach views from sleek suites, tasty local seafood and a seductive spa. With room service available 24 hours, Saffire Freycinet brings new meaning to the saying ‘your wish is our command’

The resort offers a luxury suite that boasts a kingsize bed and living room area, a double shower and large separate bath with courtyard views. It also has a signature suite with a larger living room and bedroom area, a double shower and big separate bath with Great Oyster Bay views, and a private courtyard and deck with outdoor lounge, as well as a private pavilion with private dining, and a premium minibar.

4. Crown Melbourne

Crown Melbourne is a massive integrated resort which is home to three hotels such as; Crown Towers, Crown Metropol Melbourne and Crown Promenade Melbourne, as well as Isika and Crown two luxurious day spas.

Similar to when you Play now at Euro Palace, Crown Melbourne has a casino that offers 2,500 electronic gaming machines and 500 table games, in addition to award winning VIP facilities driven by its extensive international clientele.

Whether it’s the pristine beachfront nature of Novotel Twin Waters, the modern island experience of Capella Lodge, the premium boutique hotel experience offered by Saffire Freycinet or perhaps the massively integrated Crown Melbourne, Its no doubt that Australia offers some most luxury resorts known to the world.