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Best Honeymoon Spots In Australia

Updated: Sep 14, 2020

We live in a country that quite literally feels like paradise, and when explored properly, the most beautiful places will reveal themselves to us.


Our Australian backyard has indulgent, luxurious and inspiring features, that enable us to experience some of the most amazing places in the world.


Image: Libby Styles - Hamilton Island

Instead of the long connecting flights, jet lag, and any unexpected Bali belly surprises, your Honeymoon escape is less than a couple of hours away, and it's ready for you to explore right here, in the place we call home.


Our Top Picks

  • Hamilton Island - QLD One of the most beautiful places in the world, hidden away on a tiny island in the beautiful WhitSundays. From stunning surroundings, delicious food, friendly staff and plenty of wildlife, there's no better place than Hamilton Island. - The Beach Club Hotel (Accommodation) - Snorkel The Great Barrier Reef (Activity) - Dine in for a luxury 4 course meal at Bommie's (Dinner) - Cocktails at One Tree Hill

  • Byron Bay - NSW If you're feeling extra bougie, I recommend staying at Raes on Wategos. Their beautiful boutique rooms are unique, stunning and expensively beautiful! Their connecting restaurant is to die for and their cocktail lounge outside overlooking the sea really tops it off. - Folk Cafe (Breakfast - A MUST) - Supernatural (Organic Wine Bar) - The Farm (Lunch) - Elements (Accommodation) - Light Years - Byron Bay (Dinner) - Whites Beach (Swimming)

Image: Libby Styles, Raes on Watego's

  • Noosa - QLD Explore the beautiful National Parks or sip on a delicious cocktail at Miss Moneypenny's. Take a little shopping stroll down Hastings Street - followed by a well deserved delicious burger at 'Betty's Burger'. Wine & dine and relax at the newley developed Tingirana Noosa, a touch of the Hamptons in laid-back Noosa style.

  • Port Stephens - NSW Escape, relax and immerse yourself in nature - Swim with Dolphins - Nelson Bay - Stay at Bannisters Port Stephens - Dine in at Rick Stein (located at Bannisters) - Hike the Tomaree Head Summit Walk

Image: Romy Alwill - Bannisters Port Stephens


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