With dramatic landscapes, wide open spaces and friendly locals, the vast country that is Australia is just waiting to be explored. From the ever-shifting moods and colours of Ayres Rock to the majesty of the Sydney Opera House, there will be plenty of time to enjoy the variety of sights Down Under while staying in the many hotels in Australia.
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The hotels Australia offers give you the freedom to move around and experience the different sides of Australia. From budget hotels in Australia, commonly known as ‘pubs’, to the more luxurious hotels in Australia which are mainly in the cities, the array of accommodation is staggering.
Check into any of the hotels Australia has and you are bound to be greeted with a warm smile and a ‘G’day mate!’ In the Southern Outback, at Kalgoorlie-Boulder which feels like the Wild West, you can rest your weary head in one of hotels in Australia then enjoy a free film or zip up and down the lap pool that is available.
You will not want to spend all your time in the hotels in Australia but make sure you are out and...walkabout. The East coast is the most populated with the big cities such as Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne in the south.
One great way to see the country is along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, where you can stop at the many hotels in Australia along the way. This road takes you through coastal towns and national parks, and around beaches and cliffs, ending in Warrnambool for a quick surfing lesson.
If you prefer the quieter life, head for Western Australia to walk above the giant tingle trees in Walpole’s Valley of the Giants, swim with sharks at Ningaloo Marine Park, or indulge in world class wines at Margaret River.
Sydney Opera House, barbies on the beach, amber nectar - all these things are to Australia what Britain is to roast beef. But there is more to Australia than just the clichés of going walkabout or calling everyone ‘mate’. Australia has hidden depths and that is not just talking about the Great Barrier Reef!