What’s New in Australia: EXCITING NEW STAYS

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This December, there is no better way to elevate your year-end getaway than with Australia’s unique experiences and extraordinary stays. Embark on the ultimate vacation – whether it is letting your spirit fly at Australia’s most iconic music festival, unwinding at an outdoor thermal pool, or stargazing at an off-grid tiny home. With something for everyone, Australia is bound to take your year-end itinerary to the next level.

“December is a popular time for international visitors to travel to Australia. With stunning views, relaxing retreats, and endless adventures, Australia is the ideal destination for every traveller to satisfy their wanderlust and end the year with truly memorable experiences. Australia is always ready to receive travellers with an Aussie welcome as warm as our summer days,” said Brent Anderson, Regional General Manager, South & South East Asia (SSEA), Tourism Australia.

Below is a monthly roundup of exciting new stays. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you’d like more information on these or other uniquely Australian experiences!

  • Stella the Stargazer (Gippsland, Victoria): Embark on an off-grid accommodation experience in this uniquely Victorian ‘tiny home’. Fitted with everything a hotel guest needs, and nothing they don’t, Stella is all about quality over quantity and highlights the superior results that can be achieved with upcycled and hand-made materials. With a roll-out sleeping platform for stargazing and a shower with operable glass louvres, guests will be immersed in the beautiful landscapes that will surround them.
  • Wander (Kangaroo Island, South Australia): Kangaroo Island is home to breath-taking diversity, striking coastal rock formations, and a vibrant vanguard of locals who celebrate and protect this iconic destination. Stay in sustainable luxury and simplicity with Wander – four WanderPods rest atop the northern bluff overlooking Snelling Beach and the biodiverse waters of the Great Australian Bight. Discover expansive swaths of protected native lands, beautiful storms that sweep across untouched bushland, and an ever-renewing case study in the resilience of communities formed in the crucible of distant lands.
  • Stowaway (Kangaroo Island, South Australia): Stowaway Kangaroo Island has launched two brand new luxury retreats, nestled among nature on a coastal working sheep farm, have launched on the beautiful Kangaroo Island. Expanding on the success of Stowaway’s existing two luxury abodes, The Hide and The Snug are designed as the ultimate couples retreat, a place to relax, unwind and reconnect.
  • Moonshine Holiday (Byron Bay, New South Wales): Moonshine Holiday specialises in personalised wellness holidays in the Northern Rivers, with guests invited to create a bespoke, restorative retreat style experience in the comfort and privacy of a luxury home. The retreats are perfect for individuals, couples, small groups, a family getaway or a corporate trip. Each stay includes access to exclusive masterclasses that aim to aid guest’s personal development and restore their energy, mind, and spirit.
  • The Grove Quindalup (Margaret River Region, Western Australia): Nestled amongst five acres of lush hinterland bush, The Grove is an award-winning, architectural home that seamlessly blends its chic interior spaces with the stunning views of the surrounding forest. Accommodating up to eight guests, with four rooms and two master suites with private ensuites, this luxury escape is sure to become a yearly ritual to unwind and reconnect with loved ones.

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