Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley, NSW
Carefully sited between two National Parks and spread out at the foot of towering cliffs, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is set within its own private conservation and wildlife reserve. The resort itself occupies just two percent of the total land area of 4,000 acres and features 40 individual suites, each having its own indoor / outdoor swimming pool. The main homestead offers distinctive dining, luxury facilities and stand-alone Timeless Spa.
"IT'S NOT UNTIL THE VALLEY OPENS UP BEFORE US AND THE RESORT FINALLY COMES INTO VIEW THAT IT BECOMES CLEAR WHY EMIRATES HAS CHOSEN THIS SPECIAL PLACE." LEY BUTTERWORTH - THE AUSTRALIAN
The property borders the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage region, less than 3 hours by road from Sydney.
The carbon-neutral resort actively protects its surrounding habitat and indigenous wildlife species while delivering the first-class standards and quality expected in luxury resorts. Recognised as an honouree of the internationally acclaimed Travel + Leisure 2013 Global Vision Awards in the category of Sustainability for its trailblazing initiatives in sustainability and conservation, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is heralding a new era of conservation based luxury in Australia.
The seclusion of Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley creates a natural sanctuary where guests can experience a haven of wildlife, breathtaking natural beauty and relaxation. Here guests can soak up the rich heritage of the region while enjoying the Australian wilderness in unsurpassed luxurious comfort, and appreciate the very special natural, cultural and scenic values of the Wolgan Valley through a range of nature based activities including four wheel drives, heritage interpretive tours, nature walks, wildlife spotting and horse riding.
Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley offers the rare opportunity to experience true luxury in a spectacular Australian bush setting.
“The suites combine simplicity with opulence...it’s tempting just to spend the weekend lying in state, charting the change of light on the cliffs... Whether it’s at dawn, midday or dusk, the first impression of this place brings back old meaning to the word ‘awesome.” Sally Feldman, Vogue Entertaining and Travel