Scenic Beach and Mountain Experiences for Australia Honeymooners

The Honeymoon Guide

The ideal Australia honeymoon destinations depend on your interests, travel goals and available time. For optimal results we advise spending at least two weeks there so as to adjust to time changes, explore more of Australia and enjoy meaningful experiences.

Tasmania offers stunning hiking and shopping, stunning vistas and uncrowded beaches – ideal conditions for an ideal honeymoon!


Noosa, on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, offers visitors everything from beautiful beaches to majestic forests and breathtaking vistas – making it the perfect spot for newlyweds looking to unwind after their wedding celebrations. There is an array of luxury resorts offering top-tier comfort.

Noosa offers plenty of natural beauty for visitors to discover, with romantic walking tracks meandering through lush eucalypt forests and romantic walking tracks winding their way through dense eucalypt forests. Couples may also want to visit Noosa National Park where couples can swim at quiet beaches or explore its pristine wetlands.

One of the top attractions in Noosa is kayaking through Noosa Everglades – one of only two everglade systems worldwide. Choose a guided tour from Kanu Kapers or discover these waterways on your own.

Noosa offers many accommodation options, with villas being the optimal choice. These spacious accommodations include luxurious features like personal concierge, local produce hamper and transfers into town for a truly luxurious stay.

Songbirds Rainforest Retreat features six luxury villas amidst its lush emerald rainforest. Each villa comes equipped with a King size bed, spa bath and lounge area equipped with gas ember fire for cooler evenings. Songbirds Rainforest Retreat prides itself on sourcing locally and using only premium ingredients in all their dishes and offerings.

Leura Cascades

Leura in the Blue Mountains is a delightful destination known for its trails and natural attractions, its cafes and restaurants as well as weekly markets with folk artists in residence. But its exquisite vistas and natural beauty attract many to this part of Australia; mesmerizing waterfalls, thrilling hiking trails and majestic mountains create an incredible landscape here that few places in Australia can rival in terms of beauty.

One of the top things to do in Leura Cascades and Fern Bower Circuit is taking a scenic walk. This moderately challenging trail begins from Leura Cascades picnic area and winds its way past lookouts with breathtaking valley views en route. Since it comprises multiple tracks, starting either Echo Point or Gordon Falls Lookout will get you started on this enjoyable trek.

It is an enjoyable way to spend an enjoyable couple of hours, as there are plenty of wooden benches for rest stops or picnic lunch if desired. Bridal Veil Falls are one of the highlights along this trail and once you reach the top of stairs you will be treated to another valley view; just before crossing over a little bridge you can also take some uneven rocky steps down towards Weeping Rock which offers one of the most captivating scenes on this walk.


Uluru, more commonly known by its Indigenous name Ayers Rock, stands out among Australia’s desert landscape of Red Center region with its sandstone formation that stands out against it with dramatic hues that change with light. Popular among honeymooners, Uluru or Ayers Rock is famous for its dramatic hues and natural features that shift with changing light conditions – something it boasts an international following as a beloved honeymoon spot.

Longitude 131deg offers couples staying at luxury wilderness camps the chance to see 21 native animals such as red kangaroos and endangered black-footed rock wallabies, as well as private safari-style tented pavilions with views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, as well as take tours led by Aboriginal guides around “the rock”, Olgas (36 domed rocks), dine under the stars using indigenous ingredients in menus that feature them, as well as meet artists at Ernabella Arts Community through camp’s artists-in-residence program.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is famed for both its stark desert landscape and cultural significance, including evocative rock art. Legend has it that two tribes of ancestral spirits battled over Uluru site, creating grooves and holes. Another version has it that natural erosion made the rock reddish-hued over time due to alternate heating and cooling cycles, with layers of feldspar flaking off over time due to this natural process.

Barossa Valley wine region is an unforgettable experience for couples that appreciate sipping. Packed with farms and vineyards, the region provides numerous wine-related activities.

Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley, just a one-hour drive from Adelaide, exudes wine culture. Here you’ll find ancient vines among vineyard cottages and classic veranda homesteads dating back to the 1800s – not forgetting some of Australia’s prized shiraz and cabernet sauvignon as well as gin beer at local cellar doors!

Spend just a few days exploring Lutheranism’s heartland and you will become immersed in its history and heritage. Settlers fleeing religious persecution in Prussia and Silesia brought with them vine cuttings that became integral components of German agricultural areas – providing it with its distinctive German flavor which lives on today in the form of oompah bands, wurst, schnitzels, and pretzels!

Experience this spectacular region from above with a hot-air balloon excursion. Soar over lush vineyards while sipping champagne or sipping wine as your backdrop before descending and landing for a gourmet breakfast at your hotel.

Australia offers something special for honeymooners of every sort; be it picturesque waterfalls, adrenaline-pumping hiking trails or jaw-dropping mountains. Just remember, though; travel can take anywhere between 36 hours and two weeks; this will give your body enough time to adjust and create meaningful moments between each destination visit.

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