Australia is filled with boutique hotels offering one-of-a-kind experiences for you and the family to enjoy. While the current climate is stopping us from visiting such special locations, we can still put them on the top of our list for a time where we can have a relaxing break with our families and support local business.
From the tranquil East Coast of Tasmania to headlands boasting some of our most beautiful forests in Queensland, here are five of the most unique and secluded hotels in Australia.
- 1. White Sand Jervis Bay – NSW
- 2. Lon Retreat – VIC
- 3. The Jetty – SA
- 4. Piermont Retreat – TAS
- 5. Thala Beach Nature Reserve – QLD
- Boutique hotels depreciate
If you’re looking for a holiday amongst nature’s finest, you should consider the award-winning White Sand Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast.
Boasting architecturally designed villas and a prestigious beach house, you will have plenty of time and space to explore the white sand beaches and enjoy uninterrupted views. White Sand Jervis Bay is the perfect destination for anyone wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and feel rejuvenated.
Hidden away on a hill by the ocean, Lon retreat features seven luxurious suites in Point Lonsdale on the Bellarine Peninsula.
Each suite is individually designed with sweeping views of the natural surroundings. The property where Lon Retreat stands was originally a family farm. The owners opened the doors in 2018 as a home-hotel and continue to be inspired by making the retreat somewhere you can reconnect through offering beautiful experiences and keeping things simple
Offering luxury beachfront accommodation in Port Willunga, The Jetty is the perfect all-year-round holiday destination, with three separate and uniquely designed apartments.
Featuring a truly special experience, your doorstep is just minutes away from Port Willunga beach, while McLaren Vale’s world-class vineyards are also close by.
Located in remote East Coast Tasmania, the Piermont Retreat is a peaceful sanctuary amongst rich wildlife.
Piermont allows guests to carve their own stay, where they can choose to rest or explore. Time can be spent discovering their unspoilt surroundings or unwinding in the stone cottages enjoying the glimmering bay views. Piermont Retreat has been run by the same family for 25 years and they pride themselves on the exceptional experience they provide for their guests.
Located in private headland between Cairns and Port Douglas, this deluxe eco accommodation is nestled on the resort’s 145 acre property.
You can spend your time dining in the treetops, star gazing and walking among nature and wildlife. With names such as the Coral Sea and Jungle Walk Bungalow, you know you’re in for a very special stay that combines comfort with pristine natural surrounds.
Boutique hotels depreciate
While boutique hotels are truly one-of-a-kind, there are plenty of depreciation deductions available.
Property depreciation is the wear and tear of buildings and assets over time. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows owners of income-producing properties, including boutique hotels, to claim this depreciation as a tax deduction.
Find out more about boutique hotel depreciation including a case study of likely depreciation deductions.
BMT Tax Depreciation has been the most trusted depreciation specialist for over twenty years. They understand every commercial property is different and ensures every depreciable asset is claimed. Boutique hotels can use depreciation to maximise their cash flow as they continue to provide unique experiences for the community.
To learn more about depreciation, contact the expert BMT Team on 1300 728 726.