Australia Accommodation only holidays

Australia Accommodation only holidays
Coral Bay beach accommodation in Western Australia
Accommodation located in the heart of the Ningaloo Reef, from AU $230 per tipi for 2 nights (sleeps 2)
Sunshine Coast self catering accommodation, Queensland
Peaceful accommodation in the heart of the Glasshouse Mountains, from AU $112 - AU $185 per room per night
Great Ocean Road accommodation, Australia
Award winning ecolodge on the Great Ocean Road, from AU $320 - AU $380 per double room per night
Kangaroo Valley luxury cottage accommodation, Australia
Luxury eco cottages in beautiful Kangaroo Valley, from AU $280 - AU $340 per double room per night
Margaret River accommodation, Western Australia
Centrally located Margaret River accommodation, from AU $250 - AU $410 per accommodation per night (sleeps 4-6)
Torquay hotel in Victoria, Australia
Hotel on Victoria's surf coast, featuring panoramic ocean views, from AU $200 per double room per night
Sunshine Coast hinterland accommodation, Queensland
Experience a unique lakeside retreat, from AU $136 - AU $295 per room per night (sleeps 2)
Mornington Peninsula beach house in Victoria, Australia
Award winning beach accommodation for a relaxing escape!, from AU $200 - AU $500 per accommodation per night (sleeps 8)
Apollo Bay accommodation on the Great Ocean Road, Australia
Accommodation on the Great Ocean Road, Australia, from AU $250 per room per night
Western Australia luxury wilderness camp
A luxury wilderness camp in Western Australia, from AU $110 - AU $270 per tent per night
Eyre Peninsula luxury lodge, South Australia
A luxurious eco experience on Eyre Peninsula, Sth Australia, from AU $270 - AU $370 per accommodation per night
Fremantle hotel, Western Australia
Hotel accommodation just 20 minutes from Perth's city centre, from £138 - £216 per room per night
Atherton Tablelands accommodation, Australia
Luxury riverfront pole houses, from AU $319 per couple per night
Luxury accommodation near Daintree, Australia
Luxury Holiday Home near Cairns, Tropical Nth QLD, Australia, from AU $500 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2-4)
Luxury beach accommodation nr Broome, Western Australia
A unique eco resort near Broome, from AU $165 - AU $780 per room per night
New South Wales organic farmstay nr Sydney, Australia
Learn bygone craft making techniques, from AU $140 - AU $200 per couple per night
Cape Range National Park luxury accommodation, Western Australia
An exclusive coastal wilderness camp at Ningaloo Reef, from AU $730 per person per night
Lord Howe Island luxury accommodation, Australia
Celebrated as the pinnacle of luxury on World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island., from AU $650 - AU $1350 per person per night
Rural Victoria farmstay nr the Great Ocean Road
Step back in time, slow down and relax., from AU $120 - AU $200 per accommodation per night (sleeps 4-6)
Flinders Ranges accommodation & campsite, South Australia
Stunning wilderness bunkhouse and holiday units in Australia, from AU $90 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
Kangaroo Island luxury lodge, Australia
Australia's first true luxury lodge experience., from AU $990 - AU $1800 per person per night
Luxury lodge in Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
A luxurious eco experience on Eyre Peninsula, Sth Australia, from AU $240 - AU $340 per accommodation per night
Sunshine Coast Hinterland retreat in Queensland, Australia
Natural Health Sustainable Lifestyle Retreat Experience, from AU $120 per room per night (sleeps 2)
Historic Homestead nr Clare Valley, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
Historic homestead near Clare Valley and Flinders Ranges, from AU $800 - AU $1000 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)

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These full and frank independent Australia Accommodation only holidays reviews are from travellers who have booked directly through responsibletravel.com. They are not edited by us or any of the companies we work with. Find the real story, from real travellers below.

Kangaroo Island luxury lodge, Australia
Memorable parts? Walking into the lodge is like walking into the something from a James Bond set - and I mean that in the best possible way! The views from the main room pretty much are a show stopper - vast circular glass windows show off wilderness on every side. In front the majestic Southern Ocean, behind just wild bush as far as the eye can see... The rooms are very private, and look our directly onto the Ocean - we watched a big lightning storm come in as if we were all alone in... (more)Justin Francis
From AU $990 - AU $1800 per person per night
Kangaroo Valley luxury cottage accommodation, Australia
Memorable parts? This accommodation was the third stop on our Australian honeymoon. We stayed in the Jolly Jumbock honeymoon cottage. It was wonderful! My favourite part was the verandah at night with the pond providing a lovely noisy backdrop (lots of frogs and nocturnal noises!). The next best bit (accommodation-wise) was the bathroom. It's pretty to have a large, jacuzzi bath which looks out over the meadows and pond. I also loved the goodies left in the hamper, the afternoon tea... (more)Emma Linnane
From AU $280 - AU $340 per double room per night
Mission Beach backpackers accommodation
Most memorable was just sitting on the balcony in the sunshine with a coffee and a book and looking across the Coral Sea...and waking up to the sounds of the forest...and seeing several cassowary... and eating in the beautiful restaurant. (more)Nigel Evers
The most memorable part of my holiday was a day trip snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef - so beautiful and so addictive - I just wanted to keep searching for different corals and fish. (more)Imogen Howlett
We loved every minute of our stay! Our rainforest cabin was truly beautiful with polished wood floors, a comfy bed and best of all a stunning view onto some near pristine rainforest... This is ecotourism at its best. (more)Claire Morgan
From AU $33 - AU $65 per double room per night

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really
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South Australia travel guide

For those planning their first adventure to South Australia our insiders’ guide providers an excellent appetiser of the best things to see and do. From Kangaroo Island to the Barossa Valley wine region our top tips will give you a flavour of what there is to discover.

Whatever you're looking for the home of the world’s oldest Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon rootstock or to experience the incredible wildlife of Kangaroo Island, our travel guide will provide great inspiration for your South Australia holiday plans.

Our top tips are the perfect starting point to that unforgettable holiday in South Australia. There is so much to see and do, so make sure you don’t miss out on something spectacular.

To find out more about the region please visit our South Australia travel guide

Melbourne & Victoria travel guide

Our insiders travel guide to Melbourne and Victoria is packed full of tips, holiday ideas and things to see and do in Melbourne and Victoria. Whether you want to explore the wildlife and stunning scenery of the Great Ocean Road or enjoy the vibrant city of Melbourne our guide has all the information you need.

Melbourne and Victoria has so much to offer from the iconic scenery of the Twelve Apostles to fine wine, incredible wildlife and a thriving arts and culture scene. The guide includes videos, information on events and tips from local people about the most interesting things to see and do.

For more information on Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road, see our insider's travel guide to Victoria




Western Australia travel guide

Our insider’s guide to Western Australia highlights the best natural and cultural experiences in Western Australia, from camping in national parks and swimming with turtles at Ningaloo Reef to learning more about the aboriginal heritage which surrounds the ochre and black stripped domes of the Bungle Bungles. It goes beyond a normal guide with video and podcasts featuring insider tips from locals on where to go and what to do.

For more information see our insider's guide to Western Australia






Celebrate 30 years of Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness with this Free Tasmania app for iPhone

QR code30 years ago the Tasmanian Southwest Wilderness was listed as a World Heritage Site, the only place on earth to fulfil seven out of the ten criteria, bringing to a successful conclusion a world wide campaign that saw environmental activists protesting to save Tasmania's natural heritage from being sold down the river.

To celebrate this landmark decision that put Tasmania on the eco-tourism map, Tourism Tasmania (in association with responsibletravel.com) is inviting travellers to explore the diverse natural wilderness with a unique iPhone app that showcases the best that Tassie has to offer. Scan the QR code (right) or download the app here
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