Mountain Hideaways For Honeymooners in Australia

The Honeymoon Guide

Australia offers breathtaking natural beauty and generous hospitality that make it the ideal honeymoon destination. Find mesmerizing waterfalls, thrilling hiking trails and jaw-dropping mountains that promise an unforgettable trip.

Cradle Mountain is an idyllic environment full of ancient ecosystems and alpine heaths. Experience luxury lodge stays or romantic wilderness camps like Longitude 131deg where dining under the stars while exploring Uluru and Kata Tjuta awaits.

1. Sal Salis

Flinders Ranges offer the perfect blend of seclusion and adventure on a honeymoon trip, offering deep craters, red roads, ancient cliffs and sheltered creeks for bushwalking, scenic flights over Wilpena Pound and hiking and kayaking opportunities in Alligator Gorge or beneath towering cliffs.

Or take it beachside at Sal Salis, an award-winning glamping destination featuring Australia’s Ningaloo Reef. Here, 15 wilderness tents and one honeymoon tent await guests among sand dunes rising out of turquoise ocean waters – providing an exciting yet comfortable setting reminiscent of days gone by. This camp truly lives up to its name!

Make this trip your all-inclusive honeymoon tent experience and take in sun-kissed beach time or quiet romantic evenings in your private honeymoon tent – then indulge in culinary treats such as scallops from Abrolhos Islands and fresh snapper from shorelines, expertly prepared sashimi snapper sashimi from Long tables are set each night and free-flowing WA wines pair beautifully with meals! Easily accessible via road from Exmouth and air with Qantas flying daily direct flights between Perth and Learmonth (Learmonth is just an hour from Exmouth).

2. Uluru

From luxurious winery stays and romantic glamping adventures to beach resorts and romantic resorts, Australia’s mountain hideaways provide every newlywed couple with an unforgettable honeymoon experience. There are scenic hiking trails, valleys with spectacular waterfalls and national parks with rainforests that seem plucked right out of a fairy tale book; so no matter which honeymoon couple decides on Australia for their honeymoon adventure, they will find something perfect here.

Freycinet Lodge in Tasmania provides honeymooners with an authentic mountain retreat, featuring nine Coastal Pavilions shaped like two curved wings; these pavilions each house a king-sized bedroom and cool lounge area that blend into the natural landscape, blurring indoor and outdoor spaces.

Adventuresome couples seeking a more rugged honeymoon should visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory for a more rugged honeymoon experience. There they can connect with nature through birdwatching or learn about their ancestors through Tjukupa stories; take walking tours around famous rock formations; enjoy spectacular sunset views from this World Heritage Site and much more.

Contact a CuddlyNest Travel Specialist now to discover these and other magical Australian honeymoon destinations, and let them find you the ideal Australian vacation that caters specifically to your individual needs and preferences. Also be sure to explore our wide range of Australian honeymoon packages so you can start planning the experience of a lifetime!

3. Daylesford

Daylesford is situated midway between Castlemaine and Creswick in Victoria’s Yarra Valley region and boasts one of the highest concentrations of natural mineral springs in Australia. Once frequented by gold rushers in the 1800s, Daylesford and Hepburn Springs now attract visitors interested in physical and spiritual wellness – with day spas, boutique shops, markets and cafes that feature European influences offering services like Buster McGee, Harry and Me, eCasa (artisan homewares) as major tourist destinations.

Attractions at Lake House include its award-winning restaurant and cooking school run by chef Alla Wolf-Tasker; Hepburn Bathhouse provides underwater couches in its salt therapy pool or offers 100 per cent mineral water baths as relaxing spaces for visitors to unwind in.

There’s also an impressive range of BNBs, cottages, and farmhouses to choose from in Daylesford. Milk and Honey is a charming two-bedroom cottage near Daylesford town centre that features light-filled interiors featuring an open fireplace, plush beds, and two waterfall showers in both bathrooms – an ideal romantic hideaway close to civilisation that overlooks The Bazaar, providing easy access to its cafes and restaurants below.

4. Freycinet National Park

Freycinet National Park combines rugged pink granite mountains and turquoise bays for an unforgettable Tasmanian coastal experience. Situated on Tasmania’s east coast, this protected peninsula contains Wineglass Bay–one of the world’s most stunning beaches–where breathtaking hikes and scenic flights await visitors. Stay at one of its three lodges inside or nearby holiday towns like Coles Bay for unforgettable experiences in Freycinet.

Wineglass Bay’s walk down to its perfectly curved beach is considered easy, following an idyllic raised boardwalk. However, for a more peaceful and secluded experience you could explore Sleepy Bay or Gravelly Beach; for an adventuresome three-hour return journey try Cooks Beach/Bryans Beach via Wineglass Bay Lookout as part of a 3-hour return trek from Wineglass Bay Lookout – truly memorable hike!

Scenic flights offer incredible views of Freycinet Peninsula’s rugged coasts and sandy shorelines, plus Maria Island where a guided wildlife-spotting tour is also offered.

Hobart and Launceston are only two-hour drives apart, making this park an easy stopover on your Tasmanian touring itinerary. A car rental may be beneficial in exploring this part of Tasmania; day tours may also be available from both cities. Be sure to stop at the Visitor Centre beforehand to acquire a Tasmanian National Parks Pass before entering.

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