Could these be the most luxurious lodges in Australia?

Whether you’re planning to stay local or travel further, one this is certain – Australia has some truly wonderful places to visit. And we think we may have found some of the most luxurious lodges to stay when you get there.

So, buckle up and take a look at these awe-inspiring accommodations.

Sequoia Lodge, SA

This adult-only luxury lodge will give you an unforgettable and unparalleled experience. It’s a place to forget about your day-to-day life and just be in the moment, amongst the natural world that surrounds you. 

With four of Australia’s world-class wine regions on your doorstep, you could be sipping local wine whilst soaking in the hot tub as the sun sets on the hills around you. Or, visit the largest surviving koala population, take nature walks by day and sit around the campfire to learn about the area’s First Nation history by night. Bliss…

Sal Salis, WA

A safari camp on the shores of the Ningaloo Reef, where the outback meets the ocean. This is glamping but on a whole new level. With luxury safari tents scattered across the dunes, filled with a comfortable bed, eco-ensuite, and fresh drinking water, you can walk to the ocean or just stay back and enjoy the view.

The Ningaloo Reef is home to some truly special wildlife. Swim with whale sharks and humpback whales if you are there when they’re migrating. But even if you aren’t, the reef is bustling with life and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy it. So fill your days with snorkelling, kayaking, swimming, guided gorge walks, stargazing, and relaxing. 

Silky Oaks Lodge, QLD

Rest your head under the leafy canopy of the world’s oldest rainforest – the World Heritage-Listed Daintree. With treehouses decked out like elegant suites, open-air showers and bathtubs, views of the trees and Mossman River, it’s a place of wonder. 

Relax and listen to the sounds of the forest or venture out to explore the surroundings. With world-renowned attractions like Great Barrier Reef, Cape Tribulation, and of course, the Daintree Rainforest itself on your doorstep, there’s plenty to see and do. It really just depends on how much or how little you want to do. 

Lizard Island, QLD

Just an hour’s flight from Cairns, this is the northernmost resort on the Great Barrier Reef. A secluded, private island with only 40 rooms and villas, it will never be crowded. It’s all-inclusive, so you won’t need to worry about a thing, and it is child-friendly for those over 10 years old. 

You don’t have to travel far to explore the wonders of the reef, so no long boat rides here. Simply wade out to sea and immerse yourself in the underwater paradise. 

Saffire Freycinet, TAS

An exclusive stay just 2.5 hours from Hobart and possibly one of the most architecturally impressive hotels in Australia. It’s remote eco-luxury at its best. With one of Australia’s most exclusive dining rooms on-site, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Palate. All meals, most activities, and the high-end mini bar are all included as part of your stay.

Spend your day shucking oysters, sipping sparkling wine, or exploring the wonders of Tasmania. There are so many wonderful – and delicious – things to do here and this is the ideal base from which to experience it all. 

Spicers Sangoma Retreat, NSW

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, just one hour from Sydney, is a place of rejuvenation and reconnection. An all-inclusive retreat that is designed to tantalize every one of your senses, in a location that’s peaceful and intimate. 

Whether you’re looking for something active or something delicious, you’ll be in a prime position to enjoy it all. From bushwalks to full-blown hikes, wine tasting to degustation dinners, or helicopter flights to scenic car rides.