10. Rainbow Retreat Wilderness Eco Cabins, Tasmania
This exclusive resort comprises just three solar-powered, carbon-neutral cabins that offer the most spectacular panoramic views of Tasmania. The property is considered a private nature reserve by the Tasmanian government. Guests can visit any of the five nearby National Parks and spend the day with possums, penguins, Tasmanian devils, wallabies and eagles. Make sure you visit the nearby Bay of Fires for an unforgettable afternoon watching the local dolphins.
Australia is a melting pot of cultures, ancient traditions and modern society set against some of the most stunning countryside in the world. The country offers much more than just surfing and beach activities. The spectacular mountain ranges provide hikers with endless entertainment while the museums and art galleries will satisfy those seeking a little more culture. Australia has a reputation for being one of the most tolerant countries when it comes to LGBT travellers, and the friendly locals will soon make you feel right at home.