Romantic getaways in Australia provide the ideal opportunity to reconnect with your partner. Choose from luxurious hotels, beach hotels and country couples retreats for an unforgettable romantic retreat experience.
Longitude 131deg takes romance to new heights, offering breathtaking sleeping under a canopy of stars while breathtaking sunsets create a magical glow over Uluru. Enjoy luxury tented pavilions for your stay as well as delectable contemporary Australian cuisine for dining and drinks.
1. Crane Lodge
Australia offers romantic getaways that range from luxury villas and cottages, boutique retreats and idyllic island escapes for couples that will leave them speechless. Enjoy breathtaking outback adventures or charming island retreats while reconnecting with one another during these couples-oriented vacations.
Crane Lodge is an immaculate design-driven retreat situated in one of Sydney’s upscale suburbs and will give you the feeling of high flying with breathtaking vistas over an intoxicating panorama. Part of Wild Luxury, its team behind Hawkesbury River’s Calabash Bay Lodge will surely blow your mind with breathtaking views and luxurious amenities that are sure to take your breath away!
Chalets at Blackheath is Australia’s newest high-end eco-resort. Enjoy sipping Moet & Chandon while gazing upon its native edible garden or sip wine from UNESCO World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains region at its three-hat restaurant.
Yering Gorge Cottages offer the ideal romantic escape on the Fleurieu Peninsula of Middleton. Offering seaside charm on the outside and boho chic chic on the inside, these self-contained cottages provide a private space with cozy wood fireplace, relaxing corner spa tub and private deck. There’s no better place for two people to share an experience or just take in breathtaking scenery than these cozy hideaways!
2. Hotel Indigo
Hotel Indigo is an upscale full-service hotel brand with properties in multiple cities around the world. Each property reflects the local area rather than employing cookie-cutter designs from large chains; additionally, their focus on sustainability has resulted in considerable investments being made here.
Brisbane Hotel is a funky and modern addition to Brisbane’s downtown district and an ideal base for exploring it. Walking from here will take you directly to Suncorp Stadium, GOMA, QPAC and South Bank with rooms featuring modern decor with Chester-inspired themes that offer space and cool vibe. Rooms come equipped with GHD hair dryers as well as television screens that serve as wake-up calls (which lets you check-out).
One of the great aspects of this hotel is its emphasis on local art. There are large installations all throughout its property which reflect the vibrant energy of its neighborhood – perfect for couples seeking to experience its creative side!
This hotel features several dining options for guests to enjoy on-site, from rooftop bars and ground-level restaurants, to The Forge by Mike Robinson’s award-winning culinary genius (The Woodsman in Stratford upon Avon and The Elder in Bath are his other two offerings at Hotel Indigo), to Market and Meander downstairs serving theatrical Japanese-influenced menus with dishes like Charred Spencer Gulf Prawns and Smoked Brisket.
3. Bilpin Lodge
An intimate getaway is the perfect way to unwind and spend quality time together, and Australia is full of breathtaking and special places where couples can reconnect. Whether it be the natural wonders or modern amenities – Australia has it all.
Bilpin Lodge, an exquisite boutique hotel near Sydney, boasts breathtaking country views and impressive facilities. Enjoy relaxing by the pool, going for a walk or bike ride through lush countryside, or simply lazing around your luxurious suite while gazing upon sunset over mountain peaks – its staff are knowledgeable about local activities so they can help plan an itinerary perfect for you!
Lost Retreats in the Fleurieu Peninsula offers rustic yet romantic stays, making them one of the best romantic spots in Australia – think small cabins with outdoor baths for privacy.
Melbourne is a vibrant city, but there are also some very special spots for couples to reconnect. Explore its hidden cafes and charming alleyways together or spend some time at the aquarium; alternatively you could see its impressive animals at Melbourne Zoo or take part in an enjoyable game of cricket with your loved one!
4. Rawnsley Park Station
Rawnsley Park Station provides the opportunity to experience South Australia’s stunning outback in all of its natural glory. This luxury eco-luxury retreat sits against Wilpena Pound, a natural amphitheatre which forms the centerpiece of Ikara Flinders Ranges National Park and makes your visit truly memorable.
Rawnsley Park first opened for business as a pastoral lease in 1851 and continues its operations today as such. From its inception, Rawnsley Park has demonstrated its dedication to sustainable tourism with one of the first South Australian businesses gaining official eco-tourism accreditation and winning numerous State and National awards for excellence in ecotourism practices.
Property now features various accommodations options, from luxury eco-villas and holiday units to bunkhouses and powered sites for bush camping. Furthermore, seven marked walking trails allow for exploration of the area, while there is also a caravan park and store offering groceries, souvenirs, fuel refills, LPG refills and LPG refills.
The Cube, an Australian take on the “tiny house” trend, stands in its own lake and provides modern amenities with a bohemian Aussie vibe – making it perfect for couples wanting a peaceful place to escape and unwind with 10-meter mineral magnesium infinity pool, sauna and tented deck with plenty of lounge chairs for relaxation.