Australia is an idyllic honeymoon destination, boasting luxurious hotels, gorgeous sand beaches dotted with palm trees, crystal-clear waters and luxurious reefs. Couples looking for more seclusion will adore Tasmania’s wilderness – ideal for romantic mountain cottage stays or remote rainforest retreats.
Wine lovers will adore Barossa Valley, with its top wineries and gourmet restaurants, while for more cultural honeymooners it provides hiking tours as well as learning about indigenous culture through sunset tours of its rock paintings at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
Camel House Beach House
When choosing the perfect honeymoon destination, every couple should carefully consider several key components. From lavish and extravagant getaways to affordable adventures, there are options that cater to every couple’s unique desires and expectations.
Camel Beach House is a luxurious coastal retreat on Eyre Peninsula’s 250-acre oceanfront heritage property, known for its long golden sands and pristine wilderness. An absolute private getaway, Camel Beach House emphasizes nature, sustainability and wanderlust in an architecturally designed bespoke box inspired by classic West Coast fisherman caravans/shacks; spectacular wilderness serves as a spectacular movie screen in front of which to sip wine while dining on just caught local seafood and gazing upon Southern Stars.
This charming eco-cottage in Venus Bay, South Australia can accommodate four guests comfortably and features two bedrooms and one bathroom – using solar energy and pure rainwater as its power sources – along with a deck that overlooks a breathtaking beach – ideal for romantic evenings spent cuddling close.
South Australia’s Flinders Ranges provide an ideal opportunity for couples looking for an off-beat adventure, including rugged terrain. Visitors can hike Freycinet National Park and Cradle Mountain which both boast beautiful views of Wineglass Bay; alternatively stay at Rawnsley Eco Villas which offer comfortable rooms without being excessive, featuring skylights that allow nighttime views of stars blazing across the sky!
Kangaroo Island in South Australia is a beloved getaway for beachgoers and nature enthusiasts alike, boasting more than one third of the island as protected reserves and home to an abundance of native fauna. Stay on its western side at Kangaroo Island Retreat to witness stunning sunsets or explore windswept coastline.
Byron Bay on the northern NSW coast is another honeymoon hotspot with its vibrant hippie and surfer culture and abundant healthy cafes, or you could stay at Hyams Beach Seaside Cottages to experience one of Australia’s premier beaches in total comfort and privacy.
Australia boasts beautiful beaches that provide the ideal setting for any honeymoon. Couples can spend their time sunbathing or discovering nearby marine life and wildlife. For an exclusive beach experience, head to Kangaroo Island where a third of it is protected reserve and home to native fauna like kangaroos and sea lions – or get active together hiking one of many hiking trails or visiting local vineyards for fine dining and wine tasting experiences!
Satellite Island in southern Tasmanian is owned and run by Kate and Will Alstergren who inherited it from their grandfather in the 1960s, sharing it since 2013 as a romantic getaway that offers both luxury and unspoiled natural scenery.
At Arajilla Retreat you will find 12 luxurious suites nestled into the trees with stunning ocean views. Eco-friendly accommodations include an Ayurvedic spa and gourmet kitchen featuring locally caught fish from line fishers. Or why not stay at Cape Lodge which features its own vineyards?
Daintree Wilderness Lodge
This intimate rainforest retreat in Australia’s Queensland region is the perfect getaway for honeymooners who wish to connect with nature on their romantic vacation. Each eco-accredited cabin sits within an ancient fan palm forest and can be reached via boardwalks for maximum privacy from outside influences. Here, guests will have ample opportunities to view unique wildlife encounters while learning more about its ecosystem on guided tours.
Palm Cove has earned the moniker as Australia’s Honeymoon Capital thanks to its idyllic tropical setting of white sand beaches and tranquil turquoise waters, boasting luxury resorts and self-contained apartments to offer newlyweds the chance to unwind and recharge during their Australian honeymoon experience.
Queensland offers couples seeking an idyllic and romantic escape an abundance of stunning sights to see and explore – the Great Barrier Reef and tropical islands are great examples; or head inland for World Heritage-listed rainforest and dramatic landscapes that you won’t want to miss. Plus you could stay in an incredible treehouse overlooking Satellite Island!
Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort & Spa
Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort and Spa offers couples looking for a romantic retreat the ideal getaway. Offering premium amenities such as an infinity pool, free WiFi and car rental service as well as multiple dining options including AQUA Restaurant which specializes in modern Australian cuisine, this resort provides plenty of premium services.
Hotel rooms at this venue feature luxurious designs with flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms fitted with hot tubs. In addition, air conditioning, mini bars, and hairdryers are provided as standard amenities.
Pullman Welcomers will ensure a relaxing stay by organizing rainforest tours and Great Barrier Reef day trips, massage treatments or body wraps at Vie Spa to rejuvenate and unwind, or simply unwind by lazing around our flame lit lagoon pool and taking in tropical vibes.
Mossman Gorge and The Rainforest Habitat are within easy access from this hotel, while Cairns Airport can be reached in just 20 minutes by car. In order to comply with government guidelines aimed at minimising COVID-19 spread, enhanced cleaning and disinfection procedures have been put in place at this property; masks and hand sanitizer are provided to each guest while guest rooms are disinfected after every use.