Sydney's original casino may have been overshadowed recently by the new complex at Barangaroo, but it still feels fresh and fun.
Longitude 131 offers memories for a lifetime that you just can't buy.
The overwhelming drawcard at Jamala is spending the night – safely behind glass – in close proximity to a potentially deadly predator.
The impressive transformation of the Powerhouse extends all the way from the reception and restaurant to the 81 guest rooms and apartments.
Mount Lofty House in the Adelaide Hills beats anything the Blue Mountains or Dandenongs can offer.
Just a few dozen houses and a camping ground comprise Seal Rocks, a village at the eastern end of Myall Lakes National Park.
It was once a pub but this hotel now offers great accommodation and food to enjoy with the mountain views.
Crown Towers Sydney has the authentic wow factor, with matching room rates, that's been missing from Australia's biggest city.
Sails in the Desert is a modern Australian classic and a luxurious base to explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
It's been completely rehabilitated, emerging as one of the most venerable and appealing five-star hotels along the nation's most hedonistic coastline.
If it's been a long time since you've docked yourself at Port Macquarie, prepare to be surprised.
The Hunter Valley and venues like the 12-room Spicers Vineyards Estate, is receiving renewed consideration from once-sceptical city-slickers.