A perfect marriage of fine food and well-located accommodation.
Cabin fever is suddenly very cool.
One of the oldest five-star hotels in the country, it's good to see the Wentworth keeping pace with its newer rivals.
As a base for families or groups, the Sofitel is hard to beat.
Bendigo, it seems, is big enough to have a spread of good eating and attractions, but still small enough to offer old-fashioned country hospitality.
Stick this in Thailand or Bali, and Australians would be fighting over themselves to get here.
One of Port Stephens' premier resorts has put on a fresh face.
Supreme convenience and great food, coupled with industrial-chic design and super comfortable beds.
With dwarf palm trees edging the pool and cane chairs dangling from the veranda, the place seems to murmur "oasis".
Nature is sure to turn on a show for guests in this artist-designed home perched on Tassie's Table Cape.
One of Hobart's newest players is winning fans with its lap pool, great Asian food, vibrant decor and harbour views.
A refurbishment has given this grand old lady a new lease of life and it really does show.