Australia is the only country in the world which is also a continent. Needless to say, a trip to Australia almost always starts with a flight to one of the country’s many airports. The distance between the east and west coasts is just shy of four thousand kilometres, so domestic flights are essential too. For those with a little more time, hiring a car for a road trip to their ALL wellness resort is the ideal way to explore the inexhaustible riches of the Australian landscape.
Our luxury resorts in Australia
Explore our resorts in Australia
Awe-inspiring beaches, incredible natural landmarks, eye-popping wildlife: Australia is a land of superlatives, an adventure that has to be experienced to be believed. Transform your trip Down Under into the voyage of a lifetime with ALL’s selection of beach resorts and scenic spa hotels.
You'll experience the best of both worlds in Noosa from the bustling Hastings Street offering a bunch cafes, upscale dining, and boutique shopping to the pristine beaches and lush national park.
Discover a laid-back beachside town with stunning natural beauty, award-winning dining, Kingscliff is the perfect resort holiday for couples and families alike.
Explore a charming tropical village with a laid-back vibe, stunning beaches, and access to the world-famous Great Barrier Reef. With everything on your doorstep, Port Douglas is the perfect resort holiday.
Relax in a picturesque beachside paradise with warm turquoise waters, lush rainforest backdrop, and a range of high-end resorts, restaurants, and outdoor activities - welcome to Palm Cove!
Located in the Gold Coast region of Queensland, Broadbeach is known for its beautiful sandy beaches, lively atmosphere and abundance of entertainment options.
Cairns is a tropical city located in Far North Queensland, surrounded by lush rainforests, beautiful beaches and the world renowned Great Barrier Reef.
Located in the stunning Hunter Valley region of New South Wales
Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock is an incredible natural wonder at the heart of Australia's rugged landscape.
Surfers Paradise, located in the Gold Coast is famous for impressive skyscraper buildings fringing endless coastline of white sandy beaches.
Twin Waters is located on the Sunshine Coast and is home to iconic resorts Novotel Sunshine Coast Resort and The Sebel Twin Waters, set between ocean and river.
It's no surprise that Australia is among the top tourist hotspots globally, given its breathtaking natural beauty, alluring climate, and relaxed vibe that are the talk of the town. Australians are known for their passion for sports, cuisine, and beachfront getaways - the perfect recipe for a rejuvenating escape.
Frequently asked questions
From arid desert to tropical rainforest, verdant mountains to awe-inspiring beaches, Australia is one of the most diverse countries on earth. It is also one of the most welcoming and fun-loving places imaginable, and ALL’s luxury resorts very much reflect this spirit. It’s far too much to pack into a single trip, but there’s no harm in trying! From Sydney’s iconic Opera House to the majesty of Uluru, from the Great Barrier Reef to the roar of the MCG, Australia never ceases to amaze.
Australia is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, shaped by centuries of immigration. Barbecuing may be a national obsession, but Australia is also at the cutting edge of contemporary fine dining. You will find examples of this creative flair in your ALL holiday resort, which will boast at least one top-class restaurant (possibly several). Australia is also one of the world’s largest wine exporters, with regions such as Barossa Valley and Margaret River producing some of the best bottles in the southern hemisphere. True to the country’s welcoming spirit, Australia is a pioneer of wine tourism and many wineries are more than happy to open their doors to visitors.
Like everything else in Australia, the choice of destinations is seemingly endless. Fortunately, ALL’s selection of luxury resorts has something for everybody. For a bucolic idyll within easy reach of Sydney, Fairmont Resort & Spa offers a taste of luxury against the spectacular backdrop of the Blue Mountains. If you prefer an ocean view, they don’t come more breath-taking than the one from the Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach, which is also within easy reach of the region’s famous golf courses. Speaking of views, watching the sun set from the comfort of the infinity pool in the Grand Mercure Magnetic Island is not an experience you will forget in a hurry. Over on the west coast, Pullman Bunker Bay Resort in Margaret River combines amazing ocean views with award-winning spa treatments, for the ultimate in rest and relaxation.
The sheer size and diversity of Australia ensure there is never a bad time to visit one of its ALL wellness resorts. Some parts of the country have a tropical climate, with a rainy season and a dry season, while conditions in the south-eastern and south-western corners are similar to those found in Mediterranean. And of course, December Down Under is the high point of the summer – Christmas on the beach is an experience you’ll never forget!