The holiday home Apulia, located in the state of Tasmania, is one of the most expensive holiday homes on the market.
Its listed price is AU$15 million (US$11.5 million), which is a whopping $2.5 billion (AU$2.1 billion).
The price of a holiday house in Australia can reach up to AU$2 million per year.
However, it doesn’t come cheap, as a holiday hostel in the area costs more than AU$7 million.
In comparison, the Apulia holiday home has a listing price of AU$1.3 million, which is also well over AU$3 million.
As for the number of rooms, the house has around 30 rooms.
It is home to over 50 guests, and has a kitchen, dining room, living room and a bath.
Its estimated to cost $2 million (AU $2,300) to build, according to a search of the market by The Register.
The house is located in Dtcm, which means that the price of living in the house is not included in the total price.
However there are many other properties in the region, and there are no listings in the market for this holiday home.
According to its website, Apulia has the following properties listed:The property is listed in the northern suburb of Dtromo, which was formerly known as St Helier.
It has an average annual growth rate of 9.7%.
It is located on the banks of the Bay of Plenty, in the southern part of the state.
The property has a number of features, such as a two-storey townhouse, a gym, a spa, a swimming pool, a tennis court, a guest house, a cinema and a fitness centre.
Its listed value is AU $8 million (USD $7.6 million), and its price has not changed.