Unique Stays In Australia: Your Visit To The Land Down Under


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If you’re planning a trip down under, then you’ve got to know the biggest hot spots it has to offer.

There are countless unique stays in Australia. The Aussies do things a little bit differently than everyone else, which will surely make for an unforgettable vacation. Don’t forget, however, it’s a vast country and you’d better have your wits about you before you arrive.

We’re going to help you with that by telling you some of the most unique accommodations in Australia. Before you book yourself in at the Holiday Inn, take a look at these unique properties and try to make your vacation as strange and wonderful as Australia is.

Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa

The Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa in north Queensland is a complex of 15 treehouse-style accommodations. They’ve got canopy-level balconies that let you take in that ancient rainforest air and an open-air pool that will give you the most relaxing swim of your life.

Seeing as there are only 15 rooms at Daintree and most of the rooms are only built for two, this unique location is best for romantic getaways.

Beach Camp Retreat on K’Gari

If you’re more into the coastal lifestyle, where you can surf and relax on the beach, then the K’Gari beach camp retreat might be for you. This Fraser Island complex of safari tents works well for families and gives you a wide range of activities that will please everyone.

Art Series Hotels

For a change of scenery and a little bit of Aussie culture, take a trip to the country’s second-biggest city. Once you’re done visiting art galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants, pick up your luggage from mindmybag and retire to one of the 4 incredible Art Series hotels that grace downtown Melbourne.

These boutique accommodations pay tribute to some of Australia’s finest contemporary artists. Take your pick between The Chen, The Larwill, The Cullen, and The Olsen, which are all inspired by the art of their namesake.

Bubbletent Australia

You can’t go to Australia without experiencing the secluded beauty of the outback. With Bubbletent Australia, located 200km from Sydney, you’ll be able to take glamping to a completely new level. Sleeping in inflatable bubbles will give you the chance to truly sleep under the stars.

Complete with an outdoor kitchen and shower, you’ll have all the amenities you need to have a back country vacation without any of the hardship.

Radeka Down Under

If you want to get even further into the outback, you may as well go all the way and stay at one of the weirdest accommodations in the world. Radeka Downunder is an underground motel and backpackers inn in Cooper Pedy.

Most of Cooper Pedy’s residents actually live underground because of the heat and the Radeka was originally an opal mine, which was converted into a motel in the 80s. It’s got everything you’ll need and it’s close to shops and restaurants.

Unique Stays Are the Best Stays

There’s no denying that Australia is home to some of the most intense scenery and unique stays in the world. With so much to experience, you should make sure to give yourself at least a couple of weeks in Australia to take it all in.

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