5 Most Romantic Destinations to visit in Australia

Australia is home to some of the world’s most amazing places and experiences as well as is considered as one of the popular honeymoon destinations in the world. Lovebirds or newlyweds can explore the beautiful landscapes and relish in the extravagance and friendly hospitality the place has to offer. Whether you are thinking about a honeymoon destination or planning a short romantic gateway, nothing can get better than Australia – the land of stunning beaches and desserts. Check out the list of most romantic destinations in Australia.

Hepburn Shire, Victoria


Hepburn shire is a breathtaking place in Victoria, Australia with the largest number of natural mineral springs in the country. Daylesford a town in Victoria is popular for amazing spas, cottages, and hotels. This place provides an intimate escape for the couples with a relaxed and a serene backdrop. The mineral springs are famous for its healing benefits and every one of them tastes a little different (due to the different composition of minerals). Other things to do in Hepburn shire includes: camping, trekking, wineries and farm products, picnic spots, hot air ballooning, fishing locations, lakes and gardens, alternative health treatment spas, monumental historic buildings, etc.

Barossa Valley, Adelaide


Brimming with loads of culture and folklore, the hills of Barossa Valley are scattered with historic suburbs, stone chalets, and old wine estates. It is one of the world’s great wine regions and produces more than half of Australia’s total wine quantity. This is a great place to rejoice and unwind. About 70 km from Adelaide, Barossa Valley is popular for its food and wine. There are about 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors, which are generally open for public visits. The must to do things in Barossa Valley includes: Seppeltsfield Road Palm Avenue, Seppeltsfield Estate, Barossa Valley Ballooning, Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, Farmer’s market, Hentley Farm Restaurant, Artisans of Barossa, CasaCarboni, Mengler Hills, etc.

Margaret River, West Australia

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Margaret River is a small town located in the south of Perth. It is popular for its stunning beaches, wineries, boutiques, craft breweries and surf breaks. Experience fantastic cuisines and wines under the warm sun and the sunshine. This place has a perfect blend of seclusion and incredible suburbs – perfect for romantic gateways. The best places to visit in Margaret River are: Cape to Cape Track, Ngilgi Cave, Geographe Bay, Mammoth Cave, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Cape Mentelle Vineyards, etc.

Kimberley, West Australia


Kimberley is situated in the pristine plateaus awashed with a vast land of gorges and ranges, rocky mountains, and stunning landscapes. The quiet and surreal beauty of Kimberley makes it a perfect destination for honeymoon. The best places to visit in Kimberley are: Cape Leveque, Gibb River Road, The Mitchell Falls, The Bungle Bungles, Derby and the Buccaneer Archipelago, Dampier Peninsula, etc.

Byron Bay, New South Wales


Explore the ancient rainforests of NSW, surrounded by highlands and scenic beauty. This place is famous for its beaches, lush green forests, cascading waterfalls, rolling hills, scuba diving and surfing sites. Things you can’t miss while visiting Bryon Bay are: sunrise from Bryon Bay Lighthouse, remote beaches, Cape Bryon Walking Track, Tallow Beach, Kayaking trip, Trip to Nimbin, Local markets, Julian Rocks, etc.

Hence, keep these places in mind while planning a romantic trip to Australia and explore new experiences with your better half. NATO offers amazing tour packages for Short Breaks in Australia as well as for Australian Holiday Destinations at affordable prices.


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