Hotels in Australia
How to Find the Best Australia Hotels with Venere
With thousands of Australia hotels to choose from, Venere.com has the ideal accommodation for you. In this vast yet sparsely populated country we have compiled a collection of the best hotel rooms Australia has to offer. Traveling to the other side of the world is no small feat, so make sure your accommodation Down Under is booked and waiting for you when you arrive. When visiting Australia you're pretty much guaranteed a vacation like no other, as there is nowhere else on Earth like it. Where else can you swim with whales, visit the world's largest coral reef and mingle in modern cosmopolitan cities? However you prefer to spend your days on vacation, Australia can provide.
What's Australia Like?
Australia is so varied that there is not one simple way to describe it. From Darwin in the tropical north, lone Perth in the west, Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the sunny east and Melbourne and Adelaide in the cooler south, every major city has something different to offer. Inland from the coastal cities there are smaller towns, nature reserves and the mostly deserted Outback. Famed for its unique animals such as kangaroos and koalas, Australia is very much about nature and has 19 UNESCO World Heritage sites. From the Great Barrier Reef to rainforests and deserts, Australia is extremely diverse with many outdoor activities from diving to bushwalking and hiking. Visit Alice Springs to see Aboriginal art and the breathtaking Uluru, the Blue Mountains in New South Wales or Sydney Opera House to experience some of the many facets of Australian life. The National Museum of Australia in Canberra has displays covering Indigenous history and culture, as well as European settlement through to the modern day inhabitants.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Australia
Whichever of Venere.com's Australia hotels catches your eye, you are sure to be warmly welcomed when you arrive. Australians are generally friendly and laid back, which makes them very pleasant hosts. Australia is an extremely multicultural society so take the time to explore various cuisines and small businesses which celebrate this fact. If you visit Aboriginal areas, try to find a tour operator that channels their profits back into the community. Respect the privacy of people and their homes, don't remove anything from the land or climb rocks, especially Uluru, no matter how many other people are ignoring the no climbing signs. At Venere.com we pride ourselves on having a wide range of accommodation with honest, transparent reviews and travel information for every location.