5 Great Hotels In Sydney Australia
Feb10

5 Great Hotels In Sydney Australia

Sydney, home to 4.2 million inhabitants is one of the nicest places on earth. Its beauty is breath taking and is ideal for any one who wants to take a break from his or her busy schedule and relax during a weekend. There are golden beaches, super luxury shopping malls, restaurants serving all kinds of food and wine to suite any nationality in Sydney. The night life is glamorous and there are Casinos and Pubs available to please the tourists arriving here. Accommodation in Sydney is affordable and there are world class five star hotels with all common amenities available to suite all your needs. Read on to get an in depth analysis about the accommodation options available to the tourists arriving in Sydney. Quay West Suites Are you looking to stay near the historic rocks region in the city? Then you should try “Quay West Suites”. It is a five star luxury hotel adjoining the famous Sydney Harbor, which is spacious and includes all the features and amenities to suite your needs. The location is historic and, as you open the window you would see the historic rocks on one side and the harbor on the other. The fresh cool breeze flowing from the harbor would mesmerize your whole being. The hotel has fully equipped kitchens and on site laundering, which would make your room at Quay West Suites your home away from home. “Blue Sydney” is a part of the famous Taj Group and is the city’s only over water hotel. It is a deluxe five star luxury hotel and located on the Wharf at Woolloomooloo. Blue Sydney could be accessed by a ten minute walk from the famous Opera House in Sydney. This hotel has 100 stylish, luxurious rooms well suited for business and pleasure and is a mixture of a charming boutique hotel and an international, luxury five star hotels. High speed internet is available in all rooms and a lap pool and a gym is available for your pleasure. Hilton Sydney The famous “Hilton” hotels group has one of its branches in Sydney too. As one of the top hotels in the world the services and amenities in Hilton is fabulous as always. Great dining, wining and entertainment are on the cards and will not disappoint you. Alysium Spa and Living Well Health Club will take care of your health and wellbeing during your stay at the Hilton. There are fully equipped gyms to take care of your physical fitness too. Another luxury hotel that is located in the historic rocks region is the Shangri-La hotel. A part of the world famous Shangri-La group....

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Top 10 Destinations in Australia
Jan07

Top 10 Destinations in Australia

1. Sydney – Is the main entry point in Australia for most people, and the city offers many interesting sites to visit such as the Opera House, Darling Harbor with marine aquarium, lots of Shopping malls, museums, and it worth a visit to the other side of the bay including the Zoo and the beach of Mainly. Visiting the downtown tower (Sydney Tower) will have a complete view of the city from the top. The Blue Mountains will provide a beautiful panorama of the valley. The nightlife in Sydney is one of the most active in all Australia. 2. Newcastle – Controversially nominated in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travelas #9 in the list of top 10 cities to visit in 2011, Newcastle is definitely worth a visit. While it lacks the glam and glitz of its bigger neighbor Sydney, there’s plenty of lo-fi charm in Newcastle. Make friends with locals and they’ll unlock the local secrets – favorite watering holes, local gigs, secret spots on the beach, cool coffee shops etc. Or head to one of the many beaches for a swim, tan or surf (minus Sydney crowds). Stockton Beach, with its fine sand, stretches as far as the eye can see. Or jump into the convict-carved Bogey Hole ocean baths. 3. Gold Coast – pretty beaches special for surfers and beach lovers. Other attractions are the Theme Parks and the busy night life in Surfers Paradise. The surrounding mountains and National Parks should not be missed with many waterfalls, flora and fauna to be appreciated. 4. Kakadu National Park – travel to the Northern Territory to experience Australia’s magnificent, remote and natural environment first hand. The World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park is almost 20,000 square kilometers in size and features spectacular cultural and ecological beauty. Enjoy time with your family as you wander the great outdoors together and appreciate your isolated and untouched surroundings. This peaceful destination is full of wildlife, spectacular views and great walking tracks. The destination is great for families who are looking to get out and connect with nature. 5. Outback road trip – head out West, hire a 4WD and drive north along the unpaved Gibb River Road. This 660km drive in Western Australia takes you from Derby to Kununurra and it’s one of the great outback highways. The terrain is at times inhospitable and impassable during the rainy season but expect highways with endless vistas of red dirty, blue open skies and rugged terrain. Make pit stops along the way – there are stunning gorges, picturesque riverbeds, pounding waterfalls – perfect to cool off in. It is advised to book accommodation in...

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Australia’s Best Beaches – Don’t Miss Them!
Jul21

Australia’s Best Beaches – Don’t Miss Them!

It is debatable, depending on who you ask, which beaches are Australia’s most beautiful? Australia is extraordinary anyway it has many great destinations. So here are 6 of the best beaches that Australia have, including environment around the beaches and what the beaches are known and famed for. 1. First off we have Byron Bay, a stunning golden beach surrounded by lighthouses. Looking out into the sea it looks like you are looking into a glass bottle, the mix of colors depending on the sea floor is magnificent. If you look into the sea long enough you could be lucky enough to see turtles, dolphins, rays and a whole load of other sea creatures. This tourist town mixes a very casual quiet life and it’s rustic bohemian past, so you get a feel of Australia’s past while you are taking in the sun. 2. Then we have BurLeigh Heads, an Australian beach town that is famous for its surfing and it’s surfing competitions. Tourists and habitats alike compliment and claim that the extensive views of the ocean and the amazingly blue skyline are the best in the world. 3. Now we are at the eastern shore, Boome. This exotic beach is by far the most romantic. Serenading the beach dwellers with its beautiful red sanded rock and snow white beaches. That is not its only unique selling point, at certain times of the year, you will get the chance to see wildlife. This includes bird and other animals that Migrate. 4.  Noosa beach is world famous for its waves. Surfers come from all over the world just to ride Noosa’s waves. If that isn’t your idea of fun, then you can just sit back and enjoy the view or you could take a quick trip to Fraser island which is filled with miles of sandy beaches and amazingly lush rainforests. 5. Now to Coolangatta Beach, these beaches are patrolled so therefore have extremely clean beaches. This beach is the cleanest out of all the beaches listed. Coolangatta beach is on the edge of the city so it’s not so secluded as the other beaches but the view makes up for that, there is a lot of foliage on this beach, not rubbish, but rocks and seaweed, it’s a lot closer to nature than the other beaches. 6. On to our final beach, Broadbeach. Considering this beach is on the skirts of the city it is a very chilled out beach. If you get bored of laying on the sun kissed warm sand you can always go to the casino. Feeling a bit peckish? This beach is famed for having...

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