Destinations in Australia

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Australia

— Perth, Australia

(Rated 9.6, 334 reviews)
Set in stunning buildings from the mid-19th Century, COMO The Treasury is wonderfully located in the Perth CBD. Guests can enjoy a swim in the indoor ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.5, 190 reviews)
Spicers Potts Point is situated in Sydney, 1.1 miles from Circular Quay. Guests can enjoy a drink in the guest bar, breakfast in the garden courtyard ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.5, 245 reviews)
Located in a beautifully restored heritage former convent, Little Albion Guest House boasts a north-facing rooftop garden/terrace, sunken lounge, 2 un ...

— Brisbane, Australia

(Rated 9.4, 449 reviews)
Ovolo Inchcolm Brisbane has been elegantly refurbished and offers luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of Brisbane. Set in a 1920’s era building th ...

— Melbourne, Australia

(Rated 9.4, 2 reviews)
One of our top picks in Melbourne – and a guest favourite. Located in the heart of Melbourne, just 650 feet from the Regent Theatre, QT Melbourne fe ...

— Brisbane, Australia

(Rated 9.3, 538 reviews)
Located in the cultural centre of Fortitude Valley, guests enjoy an onsite bar and restaurant at Tryp Fortitude Valley. Featuring rooms with unique st ...

— Sydney, Australia

(Rated 9.3, 968 reviews)
Just 5 minutes’ walk from Sydney’s iconic Darling Harbour, Ovolo 1888 is a restored heritage building offering modern hotel with free WiFi and acc ...

Travel Australia

Enjoy The Fun Filled Theme Parks On The Gold Coast

Looking for the ultimate family adventure? The Gold Coast in Brisbane is home to five fun filled theme parks: Dreamworld, Sea World, Movie World, Wet’n’Wild and WhiteWater World. All complete with their own unique and thrilling experiences - from rocketing rollercoasters to intimate wildlife encounters.

Discover Sydney Harbour And The Majestic Opera House

Australia's largest city and home to the magical Sydney Harbour. Grab yourself a seat on the Sydney Ferry and check out the wonders of the waterway circulating city life. Admire the Opera house from the water, or better yet, walk the Harbour Bridge and see the city from high above. If that isn’t enough, take surfing lessons on Manly Beach, or head to Darling Harbour for a day at the Australian National Maritime Museum.

Explore North Queensland And The Great Barrier Reef

For the perfect family day out, take a catamaran trip to the pristine waters of the inner and outer reef. Hire some snorkeling gear and check out the wonders of the ocean below. Or if you're thirsty for even more adventure, head for a scuba dive. Don’t worry if you’re travelling with little ones, they can watch the action safely inside a glass bottomed boat with a clear view into the sea.

Tips and Travel Information for Australia

What To Pack

For the most part Australians tend to dress casual. Although some bars and restaurants may require more formal attire. The climate in Australia varies, with temperatures peaking in the desert regions and lowering during winter time in Tasmania. In general, broad-brimmed hats, light clothing and swimsuits are recommended. Some essentials to pack for your Aussie excursion:
  • Clothes for all four seasons and changing weather
  • Hats / sunglasses
  • Aussie electrical adaptor
  • Water bottles / sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Sturdy walking shoes

Getting Around in Australia

Australia’s major towns and cities all have reliable and affordable bus networks. There are also train lines in cities like Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. Taxis and shuttles also operate in the main areas and are handy for nights out or getting to and from popular tourist attractions.

Best Times To Visit

Peak Season (Dec - Feb) Moderate (Mar - May & Sep - Nov) Quiet Season (Jun - Aug) High season in Australia is between December and February. During this time you can expect price rises and beaches filled to the brim. It’s also festival season, with plenty of arts, music and food for the family to enjoy. If that's not your thing, low season is between June and August. During this time expect cool, winters days in the south of Australia and plenty of sunshine in the northern regions. Tourist numbers will also generally be lower.

Find Boutique Hotels In Australia

Make your stay just as unforgettable as the sights you’re seeing. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Australia.