Unique Accommodation Australia
Tired of bland hotels, small rooms and tasteless buffet breakfasts? Yearning for an out-of-this world getaway instead?
“Our team has reviewed tens of thousands of accommodations in the last 12 months to find the best of the best in each category, ” says View Retreats co-founder, Mat Lewis. “We’ve combined this extensive knowledge with customer inquiry data to select the hottest luxury properties for 2015.”
Here are its top 10 unique accommodations ...
Wollemi Wilderness Retreat offers breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains.
Situated in 600 acres of pristine Blue Mountain bushland, this secluded one-bedroom escape offers breathtaking views over the Blue Mountains forest and Bowen’s Creek Gorge.
The tree house has a kitchenette and lounge area complete with a fireplace for chilly evenings and an ensuite bathroom with a spa bath for two
Relax like French royalty at Campbell Point House.
Positioned on the banks of Lake Connewarra, Campbell Point House is set within 37 acres of private estate and only a stone’s throw away from Melbourne. The French-chateau styled mansion boasts 150 squares of luxurious living space, including five grand bedrooms.
Luxury glamping is the feature at Sal Salis in Western Australia.
Nestled in the sand dunes, this luxury beachside safari camp is set in the remote and secluded Cape Range National Park. It features nine wilderness tents in a stunning coastal bush setting, fringed by coral and the inviting warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
Incredible views are on offer at The Pole House.
Suspended 40 metres above Fairhaven Beach, The Pole House is a spectacular freestanding luxury beach house. The house features brand new interiors, with floor-to-ceiling retracting glass walls to take full advantage of the sweeping sea vistas from Aireys Inlet to Lorne.
Alkira Resort House is nestled in lush rainforest on the edge of two World Heritage areas.
Hidden within 75 acres of lush rainforest, Alkira Resort House & Rainforest Retreat sits within a lake and is located 450 metres from the beach via a tranquil private rainforest walk. This contemporary home is the only place on earth where two World Heritage listings converge: The Great Barrier Reef and The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. It delivers luxury tropical accommodation for up to eight guests.
Longitude 131 offers amazing views of Uluru.
Longitude 131° is one of the most iconic luxury lodges in Australia. Located at the gateway of the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, this boutique resort features 15 individual luxury tents. It’s perfect for couples seeking seclusion, romance and five- star luxury while experiencing the peace and serenity of this extraordinary landscape.