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Average price in Australia:$170/night
Cheapest price found:$12/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$101 - $222
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$125 - $269
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The Star Grand at The Star Gold Coast
The Star Grand at The Star Gold Coast
8.4 Excellent
Broadbeach Island 1 Casino Drive Broadbeach, Broadbeach, QLD, Australia
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0.6 km from city centre, Broadbeach, QLD, Australia 

Located amongst a variety of tourist hot spots, shops and restaurants, The Star Grand at The Star Gold Coast is ideal for those wanting to explore Gold Coast and its surroundings. It is situated a brief stroll from Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains - MGallery
Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains - MGallery
7.7 Good
1 Sublime Point Road, Leura, NSW, Australia
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1.6 km from city centre, Leura, NSW, Australia 

Situated in Blue Mountains National Park, this relaxed resort is the perfect base for a relaxing retreat. Popular amenities, such as a Jacuzzi, a swimming pool and outdoor tennis courts, ensure an enjoyable stay in Leura.

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Miramare Gardens
Miramare Gardens
8.5 Excellent
48 Myoora Road, Terry Hills, NSW, Australia
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0.6 km from city centre, Terry Hills, NSW, Australia 

Providing a shuttle to Sydney Airport, plus complimentary wireless internet, Miramare Gardens Boutique Accommodation is a convenient place to stay in Sydney. It also provides meeting rooms, an express check-in and check-out feature and luggage storage.

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Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour
8.7 Excellent
12 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.0 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Boasting an infinity pool, Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour is situated in Sydney and offers luxury accommodation. It is conveniently located in the city centre.

5
Causeway 353 Hotel
Causeway 353 Hotel
8.2 Excellent
353 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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0.6 km from city centre, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 

Located in Melbourne CBD, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Bourke Street Mall and Collins Street. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

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Quay West Suites Melbourne
Quay West Suites Melbourne
8.9 Excellent
26 Southgate Avenue, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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1.0 km from city centre, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 

This luxury hotel is in Southbank, a few minutes from Eureka Tower and the Arts Centre. It also offers a sauna, a Jacuzzi and an indoor pool.

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Peppers Soul Surfers Paradise
Peppers Soul Surfers Paradise
8.8 Excellent
8 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
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0.2 km from city centre, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia 

This modern property is ideally situated in Surfers Paradise and offers its guests a sauna, an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi. It is moments from Soul Building and is close to the area's well-known attractions and dining spots.

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Pier One Sydney Harbour Autograph Collection
Pier One Sydney Harbour Autograph Collection
8.7 Excellent
11 Hickson Road, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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2.6 km from city centre, Sydney, NSW, Australia 

Ideally located in Sydney, the hotel offers stylish accommodation within a short drive of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Guests can also admire views of Sydney Harbour while making use of complimentary internet.

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Cockatoo Island
Cockatoo Island
8.3 Excellent
Sydney, NSW, Australia
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4.8 km from city centre,  

Cockatoo Island Accommodation is situated in Sydney and features complimentary wireless internet. The various facilities this unique property offers include a coffee bar, an express check-in and check-out feature and a playground.

$35
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Together Co-Living
Together Co-Living
7.9 Good
205-215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0.8 km from city centre,  

Located in Melbourne, Together Co-Living offers modern accommodation and has mountain views. It also features an outdoor pool and a sauna.

$48
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Adelaide Riviera Hotel
Adelaide Riviera Hotel
8.1 Excellent
31 34 North Terrace, Adelaide, SA, Australia
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1.2 km from city centre,  

The hotel is situated in Adelaide and is close to Adelaide Oval. It is conveniently located in the city centre.

$56
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ibis budget Sydney Airport
ibis budget Sydney Airport
7.1 Good
5 Ross Smith Avenue, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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6.4 km from city centre,  

Conveniently located moments from Sydney Airport, the hotel offers comfortable accommodation in Sydney. It also provides an express check-in and check-out feature, luggage storage and a 24-hour reception.

$68
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Kirketon Hotel Sydney
Kirketon Hotel Sydney
7.4 Good
229 Darlinghurst Road, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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1.3 km from city centre,  

This sophisticated hotel is situated in Sydney and is within walking distance of Kings Cross Railway Station. It also offers complimentary Wi-Fi.

$73
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Bell Motel
Bell Motel
8.0 Excellent
Cnr Bell & 2 Patterson Streets, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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8.2 km from city centre,  

This comfortable motel in Melbourne offers free Wi-Fi, as well as a Jacuzzi and an outdoor heated pool. It features comfortable rooms with a private bathroom and a kitchenette.

$73
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Adara Franklin
Adara Franklin
7.7 Good
118 Franklin Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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0.7 km from city centre,  

Located amongst a variety of popular tourist hot spots, boutiques and restaurants, Adara Franklin Formerly Nova Stargate is ideal for guests wanting to discover Melbourne and its surroundings. This contemporary property is set in the heart of the city.

$74
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Adara St Kilda
Adara St Kilda
7.8 Good
Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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6.3 km from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute walk from Balaclava Railway Station, Adara St Kilda Aparthotel offers guests a convenient base when in Melbourne. The multiple facilities this modern property offers include a 24-hour reception, an express check-in and check-out feature and babysitting/child services.

$77
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Hotel prices in Australia

2 stars and under
Discovery Rottnest Island
#1 most popular

Discovery Rottnest Island

Strue Road, Rottnest Island, WA, Australia

8.3 Excellent
$235

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Magnums Accommodation Airlie Beach - Adults Only
#2 most popular

Magnums Accommodation Airlie Beach - Adults Only

370 Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach, QLD, Australia

8.2 Excellent
$45

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Best value

Pint On Punt Backpackers

42 Punt Road, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

6.8 Good
$12

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3 stars
Travelodge Hotel Sydney
#1 most popular

Travelodge Hotel Sydney

27 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, NSW, Australia

7.9 Good
$93

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Beachcomber Surfers Paradise
#2 most popular

Beachcomber Surfers Paradise

18 Hanlan Street, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia

6.8 Good
$82

Avg. per night

Criterion Hotel Perth
Best value

Criterion Hotel Perth

560 Hay Street, Perth, WA, Australia

7.0 Good
$48

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4 stars +
Shangri-La The Marina, Cairns
#1 most popular

Shangri-La The Marina, Cairns

Pierpoint Road, Cairns, QLD, Australia

8.6 Excellent
$207

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Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney
#2 most popular

Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney

27 O'Connell Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia

9.1 Excellent
$179

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Hilton Adelaide
Best value

Hilton Adelaide

233 Victoria Square, Adelaide, SA, Australia

7.7 Good
$123

Avg. per night

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About Australia

Famous for its laid-back lifestyle and sun-drenched beaches, Australia lives up to its reputation as the Lucky Country. Visitors from far and wide flock to bask on the golden sandy beaches, discover cosmopolitan cities and marvel at unique wildlife.

Things to do

Australia’s capital of culture, Melbourne is awash with art, music and food. Check out the latest exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria, catch a live band in Fitzroy and eat your way through the renowned, chef-driven restaurants. The city also serves some of the best coffee in Australia.

If you’re dreaming of sugar-white sand and jewel-toned water, you’ll love the beaches strung along the Australian coast. In Western Australia, take a dip at picture-perfect Cottesloe, surf world-class waves in Margaret River or find your own slice of paradise on Rottnest Island. Don’t forget to snap a quokka selfie while you’re there.

For wine lovers, Australia produces full-bodied Shiraz, crisp Chardonnay and complex Cabernet Sauvignon. Work your way through some of the most famous viticultural regions, including the Barossa Valley in South Australia, the Hunter Valley in New South Wales and the Yarra Valley in Victoria.

Home to one of the oldest indigenous populations in the world, Australia has a rich history dating back more than 70,000 years. Whether you’re admiring Aboriginal art at the MONA museum in Tasmania or discovering ancient rock paintings at Uluru, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about Australia’s ancient story.

Got an appetite for adventure? Australia delivers with awe-inspiring landscapes just waiting to be discovered. Think off-road expeditions in Kakadu National Park, beach camping on Fraser Island and snorkelling with tropical fish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Getting around

Sydney Airport is the largest travel hub in Australia and offers excellent international connections, though you’ll also find airports in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Car rentals are a popular way to get around, while all major cities offer easy-to-navigate public transport systems. There’s also the option of taxis and rideshare services and long-distance trains such as the Indian Pacific and The Ghan travel between states.

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Famous for its laid-back lifestyle and sun-drenched beaches, Australia lives up to its reputation as the Lucky Country. Visitors from far and wide flock to bask on the golden sandy beaches, discover cosmopolitan cities and marvel at unique wildlife.

Things to do in Australia

Australia’s capital of culture, Melbourne is awash with art, music and food. Check out the latest exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria, catch a live band in Fitzroy and eat your way through the renowned, chef-driven restaurants. The city also serves some of the best coffee in Australia.

If you’re dreaming of sugar-white sand and jewel-toned water, you’ll love the beaches strung along the Australian coast. In Western Australia, take a dip at picture-perfect Cottesloe, surf world-class waves in Margaret River or find your own slice of paradise on Rottnest Island. Don’t forget to snap a quokka selfie while you’re there.

For wine lovers, Australia produces full-bodied Shiraz, crisp Chardonnay and complex Cabernet Sauvignon. Work your way through some of the most famous viticultural regions, including the Barossa Valley in South Australia, the Hunter Valley in New South Wales and the Yarra Valley in Victoria.

Home to one of the oldest indigenous populations in the world, Australia has a rich history dating back more than 70,000 years. Whether you’re admiring Aboriginal art at the MONA museum in Tasmania or discovering ancient rock paintings at Uluru, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about Australia’s ancient story.

Got an appetite for adventure? Australia delivers with awe-inspiring landscapes just waiting to be discovered. Think off-road expeditions in Kakadu National Park, beach camping on Fraser Island and snorkelling with tropical fish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Getting around Australia

Sydney Airport is the largest travel hub in Australia and offers excellent international connections, though you’ll also find airports in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Car rentals are a popular way to get around, while all major cities offer easy-to-navigate public transport systems. There’s also the option of taxis and rideshare services and long-distance trains such as the Indian Pacific and The Ghan travel between states.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Australia?

    When visiting Australia, consider checking out Sydney, Melbourne, and Surfers Paradise as some of the most sought after locations.

  • What are the best hotels in Australia?

    1,415 reviews rated The Jazz Corner Hotel with an average score of 8.6/10. It may also be worth looking into the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, which received a rating of 9.1/10 from 8,032 reviews. JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa could also be a good option, with a score of 8.9/10 from 979 reviews.

  • What is the best place in Australia for bars and restaurants?

    For nightlife in Australia, your best bet is to head to major cities like Melbourne and Byron Bay. In Melbourne’s CBD, Bartronica offers choice drinks and old-school arcade games, while Section 8 gives you the unique opportunity to party in a hidden car park, surrounded by red-brick buildings, street art and creeping vines. Nearby hotels like Mantra City Central will give you a quiet sanctuary in which to recover between nights out. Byron Bay has a pumping nightlife and it’s worth visiting Locura, if you want to enjoy some authentic Latin American tastes. Then you should head to Woodys Surf Shack to dance the night out, with live music, a dedicated dancefloor and outdoor patio. For the lovers of billiard you can find billard tables and you can also play foosball.

  • What is the best place for a family holiday in Australia?

    If you’re looking for an action-packed adventure, the Gold Coast, Queensland, offers some of the best things to do in Australia, especially for kids. Visit theme parks like Movieworld and Wet’n’Wild, and enjoy the region’s spectacular beaches. Hotels like Wyndham Surfers Paradise offer family rooms close to the beach, with a tour desk to help you organise your activities and transfers. Families who love exploring nature may enjoy the quieter beaches north of Sydney, like Copacabana, Terrigal and Forresters Beach. These also place you in easy reach of the scenic Blue Mountains. If you’d like to stay in the heart of the Blue Mountains, Hotel Mountain Heritage offers a restaurant with spectacular views, while 3 Sisters Motel will place you within walking distance of the famous Three Sisters rock formation.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Australia?

    There are endless things to see in Australia, from the serenity of Uluru in the outback of the Northern Territory to the rugged cliffs and monster surf along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef is one of the natural wonders of the world, and Tasmania’s towering ancient forests are home to some of the oldest trees on the planet. If cool weather and ancient trees appeal to you, look for Australian accommodation in the southernmost state, Tasmania. Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart is ideal for those looking for luxury, while Base Camp Tasmania will place you out in nature in New Norfolk, which is in the Derwent Valley and close to the capital, Hobart. Anyone wanting a desert adventure may prefer to visit Uluru; Australian hotels in Yulara like The Lost Camel Hotel or Sails in the Desert offer a relaxing oasis, with helpful extras like airport shuttles and packed lunches.

  • Where are the best places to stay for surfing in Australia?

    Australia offers a wealth of surfing opportunities for people of all ages and skill levels. Experienced surfers may wish to head to Bells Beach in Victoria – one of Australia’s most famous surfing beaches, where the world-famous Rip Curl Pro has been held since 1962. You’ll find some of the best beachside accommodation in Australia at luxury hotels like Wyndham Resort Torquay and budget-friendly options like Bells Beach Backpackers. The long stretch of coast from Agnes Water, Queensland, to Sydney, New South Wales, is home to beach towns large and small. Beginners might like to try the gentle surf around Agnes Water and 1770. Here, you can find Australian hotels with a beachy vibe, like Agnes Water Beach Club or 1770 Lagoons Central Apartment Resort. As you travel further south, you’ll find more robust surf around Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast and the Northern Beaches of New South Wales.