Posted by: hightideholidays | January 9, 2012

Hot Destinations in Australia for 2012—Stops you shouldn’t Miss Out On

Australia is a great place to be if you are looking forward to some sun, sea, and fun. Below are resorts and theme parks you should frequent if you’re travelling in 2012 with friends or family.

Surfer’s Paradise, Gold Coast: Hilton Paradise Residences.

Nothing spells style and sophistication more than the Hilton Paradise Residences. This is also very close to the Surfer’s Paradise beach, which is famous for its challenging waves. It still tops the Gold Coast’s list of hot resorts.

Brisbane, Story Apartments.

Tucked in quaint Kangaroo Point are the Story Apartments. This residential area is one of Brisbane’s hidden gems, and this 2012, they’re offering lowered prices for their rooms.  Next to the Gold Coast, Brisbane is also the most popular stop in Queensland. These apartments are very close to the city’s hottest cultural spots.

Sydney CBD’s Regis on Castlereigh.

Sydney in New South Wales is a popular stop among locals and tourists alike because of its Opera House, its impressive line up of restaurants, and its hotels. This 2012, the Regis on Castlereigh, which is a stone’s throw away from all the attractions, is offering special rates for its rooms. This overlooks the Rock and the Sydney Harbour, and is a scenic and quaint apartment-hotel for families and big groups.

Two hotels in Melbourne, CBD.


The Oaks on the Market, and the Quest on Bourke, are both offering special prices for their rooms this 2012. The good news is that both hotels close to Melbourne’s hot Michelin-starred restaurants. Aside from the museums and the business amenities, the restaurants are the prime highlights of the city. There are rooms for single travellers and families alike.

Of course if you want superb value for money and some great savings anywhere you go, join the Hightide Holidays club! Call us on 1300 769 765 or visit





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