Save up to $450 per person per night when you book between 1 – 10 September 2017, for stays between 12 October 2017 – 31 August 2018. Enjoy rates of $795 per person per evening for twin-share (Sunday to Thursday inclusive) or $870 per person per evening for twin-share (Friday to Saturday inclusive).
- Ultra-luxury Heritage Villa accommodation with private pool
- Gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
- Selected range of local wines and beers with meals and non-alcoholic beverages
- Two on-site nature-based activities per day from scheduled complimentary inclusions
- Complimentary in-villa mini bar
Terms and Conditions:
- Minimum two-night stay applies.
01/09/2017 to 10/09/2017
One&Only Wolgan Valley Information
- Location & Getting There
Situated within the Blue Mountains World Heritage Site and overlooking the confluence of two river gorges, Wolgan Valley is a 3-hour drive from Sydney Airport or a 50-minute helicopter transfer.
Centred around a refurbished 19th century farmhouse, the resort's 40 stand-alone luxury suites are reminscent of traditional Australian homesteads. The Heritage Suite is a 1-bedroom suite with a private pool and verandah, featuring stunning views of the surrounding Wolgan Valley landscape. The 2-bedroom Wollemi Suite boast a large living room, separate lounge and dining area, and offers expansive views of the Greater Blue Mountains. The Wolgan Suite has 3 bedrooms featuring a beautifully-landscaped garden with private terraces and a swimming pool, together with a fully-equipped gourmet kitchen.
- Steam room/sauna
- Plunge pool/infinity pool
- Tennis courts
- Dining: 4 restaurants
Guests can choose two complimentary activities from a list each day, including horse arena rides, nature walks, dusk or noctunal wildlife safaris, and historical tours. Chargeable activities include flyfishing, canyoning, mountain bike tours, guided glow worm walks and clay target shooting.
Children are welcome, although facilities for children under 8 are limited. For slightly older children, a range of stimulating and fun-filled nature-based activities are available. With the knowledgeable Field Guides, children have the chance to explore and spot the kangaroos, wallabies, wombats and birdlife that are the native residents of the valley. Other activities include archery, kite making, learning Bush Arts & Crafts, a horse experience and arena riding, as well as taking part in the Junior Ranger Program.