The Ultimate Luxury Trip to Australia
Whether we are talking about crossing the Australian desert or enjoying a beautiful sunset, having your one island or dine at the country’s most known restaurant, today we will find out what it takes to have the ultimate luxury trip to Australia.
Australia is the world’s sixth largest country, located in Oceania. Its land consists of numerous smaller islands, the island of Tasmania and the Australian Continent.
Its neighbours are New Zealand to the south, East Timor, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea to the north and the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to the north-east.
Besides the gold-shining deserts with eye-catching sunsets, the beautiful beaches along the coast or the astonishing rain forests inside the country that design this majestic backdrop you will find a complex and unique network of adventure activities like surfing, scuba diving, shopping, great dining and wine tasting, entertainment and a fascinating aboriginal culture and living.
So now, sit back and enjoy this ride along one of the southern hemisphere’s most fascinating landscapes and the fourth world’s most expensive country to live in, Australia.
Let’s imagine ourselves that we just arrived with our private jet at Sydney, and we’re looking for a place to check-in and accommodate, a place with great services and luxurious design, a perfect place for our mind to turn on the vacation mod and contemplate at this country’s most-wanted experiences.
If that’s what you are thinking at I have the best place in mind.
Welcome to the Four Seasons!
A vibrant, magic and elegant place, with astonishingly front harbor views, the Four Seasons, is Australia’s most-wanted hotel.
Carefully designed and constructed, renovated with luxurious modern setting adds, rich soft silk that nourishes our skin, the world’s best exotic Honduran mahogany and a great line of the world’s finest and expensive marbles, the Four Season deserves it every bit of place on this ultimate luxury trip to Australia.
And, If we already are here, why not spend a day at the hotel’s luxurious spa treatments and massage rooms. Allow yourself this moment to escape from the world’s mumbling into an intimate and enchanting place.
And now, after we made ourselves comfortable enough, let’s think what we should do next. After checking-in at this luxurious hotel, I really won’t have the mood to walk around the city, so let’s go and buy our self a car. We deserve it!
If you’re looking forward to buy a luxurious car, this is the best place to be, because Australia is one of the most expensive countries in the world to buy cars that have a premium bage.
Britons buy it with $450,000, Americans can go only to for $373,000, but here, in this luxury and expensive land, the air is more rarefied, because Rolls Royce Phantom, Australia’s most expensive car, costs us more than a million.
I told you that Australia is one of the world’s most expensive countries to live in. You probably now believe me!
Ok, but now I’m thinking at something else. Maybe you just came here to relax for a couple of days before entering into this new world of experience, luxury, and hundreds and hundreds of dancing souls.
So you won’t go with the choice of checking-in at the most luxurious hotel and definitively not buying the most expensive car for you to drive along the cities’ night light.
You just want to relax, enjoy the warm water and the sun’s light over your body. And for that I have the great place in mind. I present you Australia’s most-wanted private islands for rent – Lizard Island.
This island is one of the best, located right next to the Great Barrier Reef. Pretty amazing, right?
And if that it’s not enough, you can always explore this private paradise land’s twenty four white luxurious beaches and start an amazing party with all of your friends and, why not, have a drink with Gina Rinehart, Australia’s richest woman and start a new and refreshing business plan.
Now, we leave this lost paradise behind, and we’re heading out to Melbourne, country’s best-know party place. To be more specific, we are going to St Kilda, located 6 km from the city centre. A place with a wide list of beach activities, straight amazing palm tree lines, colorful green gardens and enchanting sea air.
With fantastic activities, all year around, St Kinda prides itself with a large number of tourists, natives and celebrities throwing out the most luxurious parties of all time.
We saw hotels, cars, islands and the right places for us to party but surely our ultimate luxury trip can’t end without having a taste of the Australia’s poweful and renowned cuisine. And what place should be more perfect for that, than Quay – Australia’s most awarded restaurant.
Located at the end of the Circular Bay, offering great views of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House of Sydney, Quay explores Australia’s most natural and amazing foods.
Their cuisine succeeds in producing the most breathtaking texture, flavour and balance. The personal motto of this luxurious restaurant is “To bring warmth and knowledge to our service in one of the world’s most extraordinary harbour settings“.
For the end, I reserved the best way to finish our luxury trip.
I proudly present you the Kimberly Ultimate Wilderness Cruise, a cruise with a great taste of luxury and fine experiences. From Wyndham to Broome, prepare yourself to witness an incredible landscape with billion years-old sandstone canyons, lots of pools and streams with amazingly oases to discover, all of them surrounded by widely spread vegetation.
As part of this cruise, apparently, you are flown by chopper to a waterhole otherwise inaccessible, facing the last totally sacred place on the planet for many animals.
Whether it’s a one week or a one-year vacation, this country will never stop giving you the right opportunities and places to go.
Some places are already discovered, but some places awaits for us to discover them. So buckle-up and prepare yourself for the ultimate luxury trip to Australia.
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