Top Ten Luxury
Australian Wilderness

One of the blessings of being so remote is that it is possible to find something that is so entirely rare in the rest of the developed world - space. Australia has lots of it; mostly uninhabited, and almost always exceedingly beautiful. Yes, The Luxury Travel Bible has even grown fond of the strangest little critters that accompany nature's package deal here, and is prepared to forgo a few of its usual indulgences just to see them. From in-bed views of heartbreaking desert sunrises over That Red Rock to exploring the underwater world of Ningaloo Reef, The Luxury Travel Bible gives its top takes for luxuriating in wild abandon.

 Prue Rushton, 14/4/10
Bamurru Plains Resort, Northern Territory
Bamurru Plains Resort, Northern Territory
A working buffalo station is not the most expected setting for a luxury bush camp, but it does give a rarely seen window into one of Australia's most northern and remote locations.
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Bay of Fires Lodge, North Eastern Tasmania
Bay of Fires Lodge, North Eastern Tasmania
Set inside Mount William National Park, is some of the most pristine coastal landscape on the planet.
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El Questro Homestead, The Kimberley, Western Australia
El Questro Homestead, The Kimberley, Western Australia
If the phrase 'Australian Outback' conjures visions of Crocodile Dundee that aren't entirely pleasant, then El Questro, now run by Delaware will be your sanctuary.
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Longitude 131, Ayers Rock, Northern Territory
Longitude 131, Ayers Rock, Northern Territory

Somewhat more than your average pitched piece of canvas, these permanent tents float a dark chocolate and crisp cream luxe beneath their white domes.

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Nimbo Fork Lodge, Tumut, New South Wales
Nimbo Fork Lodge, Tumut, New South Wales
Granted, at a glance the classic white wood and grey cross-paned cabins might seem so Nantucket, but stare out and look around into the wildness of the eucalypt strewn ridges and streams.
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Saffire, Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania
Saffire, Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania

Saffire, Australia's newest luxury offering, is unashamedly lavish. It sets you amongst some of the cleanest waterways and national park then decides to indulge you.

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Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef, North-Western Australia
Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef, North-Western Australia
Well, yes, it is an exquisite location anyway, but to make the most of Ningaloo Reef it's best if you feel comfy going beyond knee deep water.
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Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, South Australia
Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, South Australia
A third of this tiny island dripping off the coast south of Adelaide has been declared a national conservation park inhabited by a diverse congregation of furry and feathered beings.
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Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
It is barely a three hours drive (or a 45 minutes helicopter ride) from Sydney, yet Wolgan Valley situates you in the same silent, epic terrain that moved Charles Darwin when he stayed at the homestead here in 1836.
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