Life doesn't have to be too tough on a four-day hike in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
The Aiden makes the most of its space and history to create a charming boutique hotel experience at a time when Sydney's skyline is rapidly being dominated by giant new properties.
By the end of this year, 25 large-scale sculptures will dot a 100-kilometre trail starting in Forbes and continuing along the Lachlan Valley Way to Condobolin.
This remodelled 1960s hotel has a great location and a Palm Beach meets the Gold Coast-vibe.
If it's this good as a work in progress, the Hotel Ernest is going to be spectacular – and perhaps a destination unto itself – when the restaurant and bar are installed.
There is so much more to Uluru than the famed Rock itself.
From glamping tents, to a repurposed shearing shed, to a former bishop's residence - these stays are all unforgettable.
I don't want to ruin the surprise. Let's just say that this is why you pay $350 a person for this wine experience.
From its red-earth centre, to the lush tropical coastline of sandy beaches, Australia is a place of unique extraordinary beauty and a deep rich history. You can walk across the land with a traditional owner, camp under starlight in the desert, wine and dine in the Barossa Valley or take a coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. No place compares to this great southern land.