Discover Wolgan Valley and the best of the Blue Mountains


logo 3 In a bid to encourage international and domestic guests to discover the famous and iconic Blue Mountains region, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, the internationally-recognised conservation-based luxury resort, has released a year- round accommodation and transport package that includes a tour through the scenic area.

The Blue Mountains Experience offer includes three nights’ accommodation in a Wolgan Valley luxury suite with double-sided fireplace and private heated pool, gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, all non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages with lunch and dinner, wireless internet and two on site nature-based experiences per person each day.

To highlight the region, the travel package also includes private touring transfers from Sydney to Wolgan Valley in a luxury 4WD vehicle to take guests through the lower Blue Mountains and to the township of Katoomba, with a stop to view the famous Three Sisters rock formation.

A guide will accompany guests to remote sightseeing locations, share local knowledge and interpretations of Aboriginal dreamtime stories; and promote the stunning views the Blue Mountains World Heritage listed region has to offer.

“Famous for its spectacular blue-hazed beauty, dramatic cliffs and deep canyons, the Blue Mountains Experience offer showcases the incredible and unique region that Wolgan Valley proudly sits within,” said Joost Heymeijer, General Manager, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa.

“We encourage our guests to explore the beautiful surroundings and quaint, friendly townships while they’re in this iconic region; and arrive in Wolgan Valley to immerse themselves in the world-class luxuries offered at the resort,” concluded Mr Heymeijer.

Nestled between two National Parks and bordering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the international award-winning, carbon-neutral resort features 40 individual suites reminiscent of traditional Australian homesteads. Nature-based experiences offered at the resort include guided bush walks; four-wheel drive wildlife safaris; horse-riding and mountain bike excursions; spotlight wildlife spotting and stargazing; and visits to the resort’s Wollemi Pine Grove.

Blue Mountains Experience

Discover the unique Blue Mountains region in New South Wales on a private tour and enjoy three nights’ all-inclusive accommodation at the luxurious Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa starting from A$2,890* per person on a twin sharing basis.

The Blue Mountains Experience package includes three nights’ accommodation in a luxurious double Heritage Suite or Wollemi Suite with private indoor outdoor swimming pool, gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, all non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages with lunch and dinner, wireless internet, two on site nature-based experiences per person each day, and private touring return transfers from Sydney to Wolgan Valley.

Private touring transfers from Sydney to Wolgan Valley include Katoomba and the Three Sisters and from Wolgan Valley to Sydney include the Bells Line of Road (or vice versa- as directed by guests on booking).

*Subject to availability at time of booking. Minimum three-night stay applies. Valid for travel until 31 March 2013. Extra nights can also be booked from A$780 per person twin share. Private touring transfers can be operated in the reverse order if preferred. Hotel pick up times confirmed at time of booking. Airport pick-up and departure times based on applicable flight times.

Touring transfer: Sydney to Wolgan Valley via Katoomba and the Three Sisters
Duration: 4.5hrs

Guests are met by an experienced guide at their Sydney hotel or on arrival at Sydney Airport for their private transfer to Wolgan Valley in a luxury 4WD vehicle. Travelling from the city, the drive takes guests through the lower Blue Mountains and on to the township of Katoomba, with a stop to view the famous Three Sisters rock formation. The guide will speak of Aboriginal Dreamtime and interpret their unique and complex culture.

Remote sightseeing locations are accessed along the way to ensure guests can enjoy the stunning views the Blue Mountains World Heritage listed region has to offer. A beautifully prepared morning tea is provided before continuing on to Mount Victoria and the quaint township of Lithgow. Heading east, the road descends into the Wolgan Valley with its sheer rock escarpments and rugged geography.

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