Resorts in Australia for Holidays

If you’re looking to take a quality vacation in Australia, there are many ways that you can shop around. We found the best site for it, but we also know that there are numerous ways to enjoy the outback in style, and even in luxury.

With that being said, we’re going to put a few vacation destination spots from that you may want to go to in order to have the best experience of your year, and maybe even for years to come.

Flinders Ranges

This amazing mountain range is around Adelaide and is one of the largest national parks in Australia. It is literally sunny and nice almost all year, and only on the highest peaks have there ever been snow.

It is more of a temperate climate, and is subject to beautiful atmospheric rainfall. As the largest mountain range that’s in the entire South Australia territory, you can see a ton of wildlife that can be found literally all over Australia.

Photo by Ben Carless on Unsplash

Ningaloo Reef

Have you ever wanted to swim with the sharks? This reef is just north of Perth, AU, and is right on the middle of the western coast of Australia. It’s considered an absolute paradise because you can literally walk right out from the beach into the reef.

There are hundreds of species of fish in the area and corals. You can take dive classes in the area, or just go diving yourself, and view Dugongs, sea turtles, whale sharks, manta rays, and even humpback whales in the area. During the winter months, you can even often see dolphins as it is a part of their migration routes.

Great Barrier Reef

Another one of Australia’s ocean wonders is available on the northeast corner. It is a very tropical area with temperatures like summer all year-round. There is never too much rain, and nearly almost every day is sunny there.

As one of Australia’s most popular and famous places to go, there are thousands of reef systems that you can see, and have the most tropical fish that you’ll ever see in one place. For an ocean lover, this area is complete bliss.

Photo by Chaz McGregor on Unsplash

The Daintree

Just a little further northwest from the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, there is a tropical rain-forest paradise that is home to numerous species of wildlife and contains nearly half of the unique wildlife in the area.

It is also home to more than 50 percent of Australia’s butterfly species, and even if you don’t like bugs, you can consider it an absolute paradise. There are more than 12,000 different species of bugs in the area, which is an entomologists’ dream.


The key thing when you’re choosing the right destination of course if these sounds great to you, is that you get to visit them in style, and for a reasonable price.

You’ll more than likely need to go with a travel agency to get there unless you’re going to spend an arm and a leg on your vacation.

Don’t miss a beat and have someone else do all of the hard work getting everything together for you with luxury resort packages available in all of these areas and more.

*This is a collaborative post. 

Featured Image |  Jodi Nelson on Unsplash

Simone Ribeiro
Hi! I'm Simone, a citizen of Britain, where I live for over a decade, and of Brazil, where I was born. Midlands Traveller is where I combine my passion for travelling, business and an Eco-friendly lifestyle.

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