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Dangers & Annoyances
Disabled Travellers
Discount Cards
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Festivals & Events
Food
Gay & Lesbian Travellers
Holidays
Insurance
Internet Access
Legal Matters
Maps
Money
Photography & Video
Post
Shopping
Telephone
Time
Toilets
Tourist Information
Visas
Women Travellers
Work

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ACCOMMODATION
It’s easy to get a good night’s sleep in Australia, as it offers everything from the tentpegged confines of camping grounds and
the communal space of hostels to gourmet
breakfasts in guesthouses, chaperoned farm
stays and everything-at-your-fingertips
resorts, plus the gamut of hotel and motel
lodgings.
The accommodation listings in this book
are organised into budget, midrange and topend sections. These listings are in order of
budget, based on a mixture of atmosphere,
cleanliness, facilities, location and authorial mood of the day. Places that primarily
offer tent and campervan sites (eg camping

„ Leaf through the daily Sydney Morning

Herald, Melbourne’s Age or the national
Australian broadsheets.
„ Tune in to ABC on the radio – pick a

program and frequency from www.abc
.net.au/radio.
„ On the box watch the ad-free ABC, the

government-sponsored and multicultural SBS, or one of three commercial
TV stations; Seven, Nine and Ten.
„ Videos you buy or watch will be based

on the PAL system, also used in New
Zealand and most of Europe.
„ Use a three-pin adaptor (different to

British three-pin adaptors) to plug into
the electricity supply (240V AC, 50Hz).
„ For weights and measures, the metric

system is used.

grounds and holiday parks) appear at the tail
of the accommodation section.
We generally treat any place that charges up
to $100 per double as budget accommodation.
Midrange facilities are usually in the range
of $100 to $160 per double, although B&Bs
(considered midrange) often go for as much
as $200 for a double. The top-end tag is mostly
applied to places charging more than $160 per
double. In more expensive areas, however,
such as Far North Queensland, Kangaroo Island, metropolitan Sydney and Melbourne,
and the tourist towns surrounding these cities, budget can mean paying up to $120 per
double,...
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ACCOMMODATION
It’s easy to get a good night’s sleep in Aus-
tralia, as it offers everything from the tent-
pegged confines of camping grounds and
the communal space of hostels to gourmet
breakfasts in guesthouses, chaperoned farm
stays and everything-at-your-fingertips
resorts, plus the gamut of hotel and motel
lodgings.
The accommodation listings in this book
are organised into budget, midrange and top-
end sections. These listings are in order of
budget, based on a mixture of atmosphere,
cleanliness, facilities, location and author-
ial mood of the day. Places that primarily
offer tent and campervan sites (eg camping
grounds and holiday parks) appear at the tail
of the accommodation section.
We generally treat any place that charges up
to $100 per double as budget accommodation.
Midrange facilities are usually in the range
of $100 to $160 per double, although B&Bs
(considered midrange) often go for as much
as $200 for a double. The top-end tag is mostly
applied to places charging more than $160 per
double. In more expensive areas, however,
such as Far North Queensland, Kangaroo Is-
land, metropolitan Sydney and Melbourne,
and the tourist towns surrounding these cit-
ies, budget can mean paying up to $120 per
double, and midrange places can charge up to
$180 for a double.
In most areas you’ll find seasonal price vari-
ations. During the high season over summer
(December to February) and at other peak
times, particularly school and public holidays,
prices are usually at their highest, whereas out-
side these times you will find useful discounts
and lower walk-in rates. An exception is the
Top End, where the Wet season (roughly Oc-
tober to March) is the low season, and prices
can drop substantially. Another exception is
the ski resorts whose peak season is winter.
D ir e ctory
Accommodation 991
Activities 995
Business Hours 998
Children 998
Climate Charts 999
Courses 999
Customs & Quarantine 999
Dangers & Annoyances 1001
Disabled Travellers 1004
Discount Cards 1004
Embassies & Consulates 1004
Festivals & Events 1006
Food 1007
Gay & Lesbian Travellers 1007
Holidays 1008
Insurance 1008
Internet Access 1009
Legal Matters 1009
Maps 1010
Money 1010
Photography & Video 1011
Post 1011
Shopping 1012
Telephone 1013
Time 1014
Toilets 1014
Tourist Information 1014
Visas 1014
Women Travellers 1015
Work 1018
CONTENTS
PRACTICALITIES
Leaf through the daily Sydney Morning
Herald, Melbourne’s Age or the national
Australian broadsheets.
Tune in to ABC on the radio – pick a
program and frequency from www.abc
.net.au/radio.
On the box watch the ad-free ABC, the
government-sponsored and multi-
cultural SBS, or one of three commercial
TV stations; Seven, Nine and Ten.
Videos you buy or watch will be based
on the PAL system, also used in New
Zealand and most of Europe.
Use a three-pin adaptor (different to
British three-pin adaptors) to plug into
the electricity supply (240V AC, 50Hz).
For weights and measures, the metric
system is used.
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