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Australia hotels

Known for diverse culture, natural and manmade marvels, Australia has unending options for any vacationer. The hotels in Australia are located near most of the country's tourist attractions. The Sydney Harbor Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, the Observatory Hotel, Lyall Hotel and Spa, as well as the Palazzo Versace in Queensland, Australia, can offer the most fashionable, and luxurious comfort in Australia hotels to relax and feel pampered after exploring the different attractions in the country.

Australia Quick Picks and Tips
Convention

The Sydney Convention & Exhibition Center can accommodate any event from science fiction and comic conventions to the Sydney International Boat Show, and is conveniently located near many Australia hotels.

Dining

Restaurants such as Wildfire Sydney, ARIA Sydney, Bamboo Restaurant in Casuarina, and the five-star Galileo Restaurant in Sydney are famous for showcasing the delectable tastes of Australian cuisine.

Major Point of Interest

Snorkel or scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef, comprised thousands of individual reefs and about 900 beautiful islands, and home to thousands of different species of marine life. There are several tour companies that can guide you through this natural wonder.

Shopping

The Chadstone Shopping Center in Melbourne, Westfield Chermside in Queensland, and Knox City Shopping Center of Melbourne are among the largest places to shop and bargain hunt in Australia.

Sports

The AAMI Park Stadium in Melbourne is famous for being the "World's Most Iconic and Culturally Significant Stadium" for its grandiose architecture. It is home to the rugby international play-offs and seats 30,000.