Whether you consider yourself a romantic or not, the quasi-holiday makes more than an apt occasion to break the rhythm of the everyday and embark on an intimate getaway.
Read on for our curated edit of luxe stays – from bush to peninsulas – bound to make this February 14th more than memorable.
5 luxury Valentine’s Day getaways in Australia
The Salty Dog, from $530 per night
Location: Newport, New South Wales
Floating in the Northern Beaches’ Pittwater, The Salty Dog boathouse is an idyllic spot with a loft bed for lovebirds to lap up the sun and salt – amongst all the love, that is.
Three Capes Cabin, from $355 per night
Location: Taranna, Tasmania
Explore the spoils of Little Norfolk Bay during the day, then bathe at dusk on the deck of Three Capes Cabin. Set amongst native banksia and gum while overlooking the bay, this romantic cabin marries bush with sea views.
The Wensley, from $985 per night
Location: Wensleydale, Victoria
Just an hour and a half by car from Melbourne, The Wensley is a bespoke recycled timber house set on rolling hills of 80 acres with panaromic countryside views, high ceilings and a gourmet chef’s kitchen. Perfect for a home-cooked dinner à la Valentine.
Ground House 107R, from $465 per night
Location: Tintenbar, New South Wales
Designed to “curate sensory immersion”, Ground House 107R is a concrete stay ethereally nestled in the grass. Featuring a curving jade shower and hearted magnesium soak tank – plus the option for an in-stay massage therapist and yoga instructor to be present – this conceptual getaway epitomises luxe.
Our Tiny Abode, from $500 per night
Location: Sleaford, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
Raw and rugged love deserves a setting of equal measure; this tiny house is situated on the Eyre Peninsula in a spot known for its panoramic coastal views and whale watching. Rest assured, there’ll be no trouble in this paradise.