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Top 10 Australian Honeymoon Destinations

8 February 2011

• Broome, Western Australia
A tropical oasis, Bromme is the southern gateway to Western Australia’s spectacular Kimberley region and is located right on the doorstep of the Indian Ocean.  Be captivated by the stunning turquoise waters, red sandstone cliffs and endless expanse of white sand on Cable Beach.

• Byron Bay, New South Wales
Beautiful, laid-back and brimming with natural romantic beauty, Byron Bay has been a long-time favourite with honeymooners. 

• Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
The Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair World Heritage National Park provides a stunning setting for your romantic getaway.   In winter, the area is transformed into a white wonderland where you can snuggle with your partner in front of a roaring open fire while sampling the best of Tassie’s gourmet food and wine.

• Margaret River, Western Australia
A town nestled discreetly amid ferns, palms and native Jarrah trees and boasting spectacular surf (the best in WA).  Take in the sumptuous delights of this famous wine region, wander through gorgeous national parks or, if you want to get the adrenaline racing, try skydiving.

• Marysville, Victoria
Located in a beautiful mountain setting is this sub-alpine resort town that’s a winter base for the cross-country ski fields of Lake Mountain.  Offering bushwalking, scenic attractions and old-fashioned timber guesthouses.  The highlight is undoubtedly a moonlight walk to see the magnificent Stevenson Falls; track and falls are lit up every night from dusk until midnight.

• Noosa, Queensland
Noosa has long been regarded as one of Australia’s premier honeymoon destinations.  Pristine beaches, superb food, great shopping and astounding natural beauty make it a magnet for newlyweds looking to escape and unwind.

• Orpheus Island, Queensland
If you’re looking for something a little different, consider this exclusive island adult getaway.  Orpheus Island is situated south of Cairns and offers the discerning couple premium service, fine dining and total seclusion.  The island is surrounded by tropical fish coral and white sandy beaches and is committed to eco-tourism.

• Whitsundays, Queensland
Cool cocktails, warm days, tropical fruit, succulent fresh seafood and the best sunsets – this group of some 74 islands bordered by the Great Barrier Reef has it all.  There is a vast array of activities to engage in or why not charter a chopper and spend an unforgettable day marooned on an atoll!

• Central Australia, Northern Territory
What could be more romantic than a desert holiday in the heart of Australia?  Alice Springs is a perfect base from which to explore the Red Centre, allowing easy access to all its natural wonders.  A hot air balloon ride over the springs offers unrivalled views of the desert scenery.  Watch the colours of Uluru wax and wane in the sunlight before spending the night in the ultimate desert oasis.  Ride camels through the red dirt at sunrise and enjoy the clean air and sheer magnitude of the outback.  The territory has got everything from ‘five star’ to ‘under the stars’ accommodation.

• Port Douglas, Queensland
A favourite escape for the rich and famous, Port Douglas is the closest gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.  It’s a rare blend of relaxed seaside village ambience and sophisticated tropical paradise.  Browse exclusive boutiques, experience fine dining, play golf or explore the nearby world heritage Daintree and Cape Tribulation rainforests.

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