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Explore the Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock, Freycinet National Park, Kangaroo Island and the Blue Mountains. Pair these breathtaking sights with some of the country's most luxurious hotels and resorts and create an unforgettable trip.

Longitude 131°

A gathering of pavilions positioned on an isolated sand dune with views of Uluru... a simple description of a breathtaking destination, where you will awaken to your own private views of the sun rising over the ancient monolith. Your luxury palatial tent boasts custom furnishings, indigenous artworks and balcony with daybed, fireplace and bespoke swag for sleeping under the stars. Dining and entertaining takes place in the impressive Dune House Restaurant and Bar, where guests will also find lounging areas in contemporary campaign style, just p...

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Saffire Freycinet

The lodge lies on ruggedly beautiful Freycinet Peninsula, close to a national park that houses acclaimed Wineglass Bay. Immaculately appointed suites mix the traditional and contemporary, each having an outside courtyard and deck area – Premium Suites boasting their own plunge pool. The best of Tasmanian produce is showcased at Palate; indulgent therapies can be enjoyed in the exquisite spa. Feast on local oysters, mussels and olives; enjoy getting up close with Tasmanian Devils on Saffire’s purpose built, open range enclosure; 4W...

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Southern Ocean Lodge

Regarded as Australia’s Galapagos, Kangaroo Island is home to this celebrated lodge. Perched on a dramatic cliff top, it is an architectural masterpiece comprising luxury suites designed to capture the breathtaking panoramas. Signature design elements include, spotted gum feature walls, sandblasted limestone floors and artworks commissioned from local artisans. Adjoining two national parks and standing close to Flinders Chase, it is the starting point for an array of touring experiences. Cuisine is contemporary Australian accompanied by excelle...

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Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley

Located in the Greater Blue Mountains between two magnificent National Parks, guests at this premier One&Only hideaway have the opportunity to explore the breathtaking beauty of the Australian wilderness. Lying within its own 7,000 acre wildlife and conservation reserve, it features forty luxury standalone villas designed in Federation style, each with its own private swimming pool, fireplace and veranda. Focus of the resort is the 1832 Heritage Homestead and Kitchen Garden that stands on the property, a hub of activity. Distinctive dining is o...

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