Different Types of Australian Retreat Including a Tasmanian Option

Australian Retreat

There are many things retreats offer, from rejuvenating massages and relaxation techniques to rebalancing activities such as yoga and aerobics, or a cleansing detox, and when visiting one of these facilities, the idea of escaping a busy lifestyle or mundane one for that matter, are top priorities for most individuals.

It is about taking time off to focus on yourself and opposed to being surrounded by the hustle and bustle of your daily life, running from one pace to the other, clicking on various buttons on your keyboard or phone, and even entertaining family and friends while trying to look after your children.

Booking yourself into a retreat has an assortment of health benefits including both physical and mental well-being. Due to the fast lifestyle of many cities including Australia, many people decide to force themselves to take time off and visit these wellness centers which are specifically created for such reasons and allow for its residents to stay there for as short or long periods as they desire.

Retreats are run by professionals who are trained and knowledgeable in many techniques and processes that are aimed towards your benefit from spa therapies to wellness activities and fitness sessions.

Visiting a retreat is a very popular form of activity for people all over the world, and even though the techniques have become more modernized, the idea has been around for many decades; the act of withdrawing ones-self and breaking away from reality, to visit a secluded retreat on their own as a solo-adventure is not a new one, and more knowledgeable information about this can be found here.

It is also a great place to meet like-minded people, learn a thing or two about your mind and body and seek a recharge of both, so when you go back to your normal life, you feel like a new person. It can be booked as part of a group package or an individual one, depending on what the particular place offers.

One such country that has some of the best retreats one can find in Australia, we look at a few different types of retreats you can find in this country that will blow your mind.

Australian Retreat

Australian Retreats – What to Expect

It is not surprising that Australians are known to do things properly, and with the utmost pride for their work. Besides the countries, other amazing activities such as its eco-friendly communities, sustainability, and high quality of life, the accommodation and place to stay are also made to the highest quality and comfort of anyone.

Their modern, yet humble take on life especially with the architecture and venue is unlike any other. Not just because of its rich terrains and landscape, but also because of the down-to-earth personalities of its residents. They make anyone feel at home once they touch third feet on Australian soil.

Australia has dozens of different types of retreats for people throughout the many regions, including Tasmania, New South Whales, Red Centre in the Northern territory, Queen’s land, Victoria to name a few. Some of these are in the desert or the wildlife and natural landscape and others are near mountains and oceans.

New South Whales

This area has some of the most luxurious retreat accommodations and venues when looking for a secluded sanctuary, set in between the Wolgan valley and the great Blue mountains, which is a world heritage area, according to UNESCO’s website.

The accommodations are set amid the bushes, with no civilization anywhere for miles. Some are shared accommodation and others are individual villas surrounded by its national parks. One can go on a safari tour or a guided nature trail and a hike around the mountains.


Considered one of the sacred places to unwind, Tasmania has seen an immense amount of popularity over the years due to the many new and innovative accommodation options that have been built to the highest standards and equipped with state-of-the-art technology and services, such as their retreats.

Places such as the saffire-freycinet.com.au offer the spoils of life to its guests on many levels from a luxurious, highly rated spa to a culinary experience to match and more. When you book into one of these places you are given some of the best services known to many, which is why people coming back for more. It seems visiting Tasmania just once is never enough.

Some of these places have complementary activities with your relaxation such as visiting nature reserves to see the Tasmanian devils, of the wineglass lookout walks trails, and even lending a hand at the beekeeping farms and becoming a beekeeper yourself for a day. Coupled with all these exciting activities are the landscape and beach experiences, where you can swim to your heart’s delight in warm clear blue ocean water and white sandy bays.

Northern Territory

The ‘red Centre’ is yet another out-of-this-world experience, where you get to live in a retreat in the middle of the desert and experience a one of a kind accommodation facility. From a boutique luxury resort to a national park, you can absorb the 40+ degree desert weather, if that’s your thing, and lay under the starry sky at night in a hot tub or jacuzzi.

This is one of Australians revered and UNESCO world heritage sites, the Red Centre in the Northern territory, and you get to meet and greet with the local aborigines who live and work there You also get try out their native cuisine, and unlike the western worlds burgers and fries, here you get to experience what it’s like by introducing your palette to some kangaroo, native cherry, native ‘bread fungus’, leaves and plant nectar.

Some delicacies include kangaroo meat, echidna, bandicoot, wombat, and possums if you’re lucky. You can also enjoy some fresh seafood while you’re at it.

So, the next time you’re looking to get away into the bushes or the wild terrains of a country that has an assortment of retreat accommodations and facilities to offer – you will be a step closer to making your choice.



Herbert Kikoy

Surigaonon by birth, Butuanon by heart and now an adopted son of Cebu, Herbert is a hobbyist photographer who focuses on Food, Sports, Travel and Festivals photography.