Discover the charm of a B&B
Holiday in a B&B in Australia
Few countries appeal to the imagination the way Australia does. This country is synonymous with freedom, thanks to never-ending panoramas, stunning nature and roads that you can follow for hours without encountering another human being. But the friendly pubs and Aussie hospitality mean that you’ll never feel lonely. Take the trip of a lifetime through Australia and stay in authentic bed & breakfasts, B&B’s and lodges.
Bed and Breakfast in Sydney
Bustling, cosmopolitan Sydney is a real world city. Visit its highlights such as the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Laid-back Sydney allows you to take a breather from your holiday, so relax in one of the parks or on Bondi Beach, surrounded by surfers and lifeguards. Make sure to take a walk down Oxford Street for entertainment at its best!Melbourne is the hip capital of the state of Victoria. A good place to start is Federation Square, which is surrounded by many galleries, shops, restaurants and cafés. The National Gallery of Victoria is a must-see for art lovers.
Bed & Breakfast Western Australia
Travelling through Australia inspires the ultimate feeling of freedom. Travel through the Western Australia region of Kimberley in a 4×4 along dirt roads. A Kimberley highlight is the Bungle Bungles Range of orange and black striped boulders that resemble beehives. Another sight not to be missed is the stunning Great Ocean Road. Start this route in Geelong or Torquay in Victoria and follow it all the way to Port Fairy. On the way, you’ll pass the Twelve Apostles, a group of limestone formations that rise up from the sea.
B&B Great Barrier Reef
Imagine diving or snorkelling among coral reefs, tropical fish, dolphins and turtles on the Great Barrier Reef. You could even earn your scuba certification in places like Airlie and Cairns. For a bit of paradise on earth, go to the tropical Whitsunday Islands between Bowen and Mackay in Queensland. Stretch out on one of the pristine white beaches and try to spot a humpback whale in the sky-blue sea. Perhaps even more idyllic is Fraser Island along the southern coast of Queensland. This island is home to a multitude of freshwater lakes with water pure enough to drink. You’ll never want to leave!
Bed and Breakfast Alice Springs
Urulu or Ayers Rock, the gigantic red boulder surrounded by flat desert landscape, is possibly Australia’s best-known natural phenomenon. The nearest town, Alice Springs, is hundreds of kilometres away, though you can stay overnight in the village of Yurala. To the west of Ayers Rock are The Ogas, a group of massive round monoliths. If you’re near Perth in Western Australia, make sure that you see the Pinnacles – thousands of limestone formations rising from the desert sand. From Katoomba, you can travel onwards to the Blue Mountains in New South Wales. The Kakadu National Park, which can be explored from Jabiru, is a photographer’s paradise. It’s ideal to combine an excursion to Atherton Tablelands, a nature reserve dotted with volcanic lakes, with visits to the towns of Yungaburra, Kuranda or Atherton. You’ll find awe-inspiring wilderness around Cradle Mount Lake St. Clair in Tasmania, home of the one and only Tasmanian devil.
Book a Bed & Breakfast in Australia
Regardless of whether you’d like to spot kangaroos on Kangaroo Island, or prefer the hustle-and-bustle of cities like Sydney and Brisbane, you can stay in superb B&B’s throughout Australia. Make your holiday dreams come true.