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Australia Luxury Holidays - Only Exclusive Travel

Travel to the land where a barbeque on the beach at Christmas isn’t a preposterous notion, and encounters with iconic marsupials, such as koala bears and kangaroos don't only take place within the confines of a zoo. Visit one of the most luxurious resorts in Australia, and have a whole new world of experiences on your doorstep.

Engage in the local culture by trying your hand at boomerang-throwing and didgeridoo-playing before drinking your schooner of beer, which is slightly smaller than a pint. All stereotypes aside, Australia is a beautiful holiday destination with scorching summer sun practically all year round, thriving beaches offering surfing and volleyball recreations, sun-kissed hair highlights and grainy golden sands into which you can nestle your newly bronzed skin. Feast your eyes on natural sights such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Great Ocean Road and the Twelve Apostles that line alongside it. Despite its reputation as a land of dry, dusty winding roads and red sands, vegetation covers nearly 7 million square kilometres, a staggering 91%, of Australia’s terrain. The nature is suis generis; most of Australia's exotic flora and fauna cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

Sydney
Ranked one of the best places to live, Australia is also one of the most vogue places to holiday. First stop: the Park Hyatt hotel in Sydney. Located in Australia’s largest city, this luxury resort will set you in the midst of a thriving location with the strikingly memorable Sydney Opera House and the world-class Olympic Park of the Millennium Games within reach. Dazzle your eyes with a vibrant fireworks display held every Saturday at Darling Harbour.

Melbourne
If you prefer to experience the plush accommodating ethos of the Park Hyatt group in an alternative location, do not fret; visit the Park Hyatt hotel in Melbourne. As Australia was once the distant land where the UK banished their convicts, Australia is riddled with a rich history for you to absorb; Melbourne has a wealth of arts and culture for you to get involved in.

Hamilton Island
A land of tropical splendour, with white sands and turquoise waters; this is Australia’s paradise. The Great Barrier Reef nearby shelters the Whitsunday archipelago of islands from any tumultuous winds or waves, leaving you to soak in the serenity. qualia hotel on Hamilton Island locates you a stone’s throw away from one of the best beaches in the world, Whitehaven Beach, and will shroud you in fineries.

Weather

Hamilton Island
January to March is very tropical this time of year, with hot sunny days prevailing. It is not uncommon to experience rain showers during the day; however the average temperature is 30C. Hamilton Island inhabitants often say that April to June is the best time to visit; the weather is mild and warm with less frequent showers. June starts to see a drop in temperatures as the beginning of winter approaches; however, winter sees bright blue skies, as well as slightly stronger breezes. August sees the beginning of spring, which has a lovely milder (yet, not cool) climate.

Melbourne
Melbourne enjoys a temperate climate with warm to hot summers, mild and sometimes balmy springs and autumns, and cool winters. Be prepared for changing temperatures and bouts of rain or sunshine. That being said, largely, Melbourne enjoys a pleasant climate all year round.

Sydney
Sydney enjoys a Mediterranean-style climate, with rain only falling sporadically throughout the year. With largely sunny summers and mild winters, Sydney is never an unpleasant place to visit in terms of weather. Temperatures average around 26C in summer, with humidity sometimes high. January is generally the warmest month, although the winter time still allows for exploring the great outdoors.

Activities

We don’t really need to tell you that Australia has a lot to offer in terms of activities for you and your family. It is no secret that with its iconic landmarks, beautiful sunny weather and matching beaches, the Great Barrier Reef, unique wildlife and exclusive nightlife is found everywhere. If you still need convincing though, have a little read of the activities Australia can offer.

Beaches

Beaches

Whitehaven Beach is the most picturesque beach in Australia, and is world-renowned. Its 7km stretch of fine white sand is yet to be rivalled, and is easily accessible from Hamilton Island, the location of the illustrious qualia hotel. When staying in Sydney, Manly Beach and Bondi Beach are extremely popular attractions and should be an integral activity for your holiday.

Countryside & Wildlife

Countryside & Wildlife

The countryside in Australia is diverse and beautiful. Green expanses of fields, eucalyptus trees with koala bears, Tasmanian tigers and kangaroos jumping towards the more sandy winding roads towards magnificent natural landmarks such as Uluru. Many marsupials roam this plain, as well as the varied sea wildlife that swim in the stunning coral reefs.

Fishing

Fishing

With Finding Nemo set in Australia, you may have some preconceptions about the vibrancy of the oceans and the sorts of fish below waters in Australia. Fly-fishing can involved catching yourself some Yellowfin Tuna, Albacore and Skipjack, which are species found worldwide, or the Marlin species and Sailfish. There are some rarer, indigenous species though, such as the Southern Bluefin Tuna which is unique to this hemisphere.

Nightlife

Nightlife

Melbourne’s nightlife is utterly vibrant and unique. With some bohemian flavour, lashings of creativity and originality, a night out in Melbourne will be truly memorable. With bars hidden away in lofts, a 17th century decorated nightclub, Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, casinos, lounges, theatre performances and more, you will have forgotten what ‘boredom’ means. Sydney is also great for a night out, although there are less quirks, the standards hardly ever falter.

Watersports

Watersports

Sailing and boating in the Whitsundays is truly spectacular; sail in the evening to witness one of the most beautiful sunsets over the Great Barrier Reef. With the fishing options available, you can add another element of sport to your trip, whilst you lull yourself into a state of bliss on the azure waters.

Golf

Golf

qualia offers the utmost in golf holidays in the Whitsundays, with their own stellar golf course, general facilities, and even a club restaurant that overlooks the course. The Hamilton Island Golf Club, located on the neighbouring Dent Island can be accessed via helicopter, adding that extra excitement to your golfing holiday in Australia.

Trekking

Trekking

There are some breathtaking trails to be trodden in Australia. Australia trekking holidays are extremely popular not only for their varying levels of exertion required, but also because of the beautiful landscapes and wildlife that you can become acquainted with.

Underwater Activities

Underwater Activities

Go scuba diving off the coast of Melbourne in order to see some beautiful sea life, and underwater ruins. Hamilton Island also offers scuba diving options for both beginners and seasoned divers. Queensland has warm shallow waters that are a comfortable first underwater experience for those who have never scuba-dived before.

Amusement Parks

Amusement Parks

With a few large waterparks in Queensland, Melbourne and Sydney, your family can have fun in the sun and get drenched in water! Wet’n’Wild waterpark in Sydney has over 40 slides that will get your adrenaline pumping, relax you, or provide you with many games to play!

Helicopter Tours

Helicopter Tours

Aside from the helicopter transfer between qualia luxury resort and Dent Island where the Hamilton Island Golf Club is situated, helicopter tours leaving from Sydney and Melbourne can be arranged. See the cities from new vantage points and soak in the sights below. For something a little different, you can also ride on a hot air balloon!

Shopping

Shopping

Bag yourselves some aboriginal souvenirs, designer items, hand-made merchandise and home-grown grub from the local markets in Australia. Find high-end clothing in Melbourne and Sydney in particular.

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