Luxury resorts around Australia to visit when you win the lotto

Luxury resorts around Australia

A trip to these luxury resorts might mean you have to win the lottery first, but it’s nice to dream every once in a while. Here are some of the most opulent, luxurious and beautiful resorts around Australia worth dreaming about.

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Tucked away in the northernmost point of the Whitsundays archipelago, One&Only is as luxurious a resort as you’re likely to get in the area. Not only are helicopter transfers available to guests, but there are also ocean view rooms, spa and fitness facilities and all starting at a cool $1,300 per night.

Lizard Island Resort

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Gourmet meals, unlimited alcohol and degustation dinners are just the beginning when it comes to a stay at Lizard Island Resort in the Great Barrier Reef. There are also glass bottom boat cruises, snorkelling tours, as well as spa treatments including yoga and weight management sessions. The Villa accommodation options go for $5,800 per night, twin share.

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Sal Salis

Going on a camping trip might be considered a budget-friendly holiday option, but Sal Salis takes camping to a completely new, and very luxurious, level. They have what they call Wilderness Tents which cost $750 per person, per night twin share, and will have you enjoying the remote area of Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. Keep an eye out for the local wildlife, too, because guests really are right amongst it in this area. 

Saffire Freycinet

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Created with the Tasmanian landscape in mind, Saffire Freycinet was designed by award-winning Tasmanian architect Robert Morris Nun and the beauty of the façade extends to its interior. Luxury suits have Tasmanian timber furnishings, private living areas, views that are prettier than a postcard and the prices start at $1,950 per night.

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