In a bid to drive-in more international and domestic guests to discover the famous and iconic Blue Mountains region, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, the internationally-recognised luxury conservation-based 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 and two on site nature-based touring trasnfer experiences per person each day. Guests arriving into Sydney can start their holiday with the resort’s two specially arranged touring transfers. On arrival, the tour transfer will take them from Sydney to Wolgan Valley via Katoomba and the Three Sisters. A 4.5 hour-drive 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. A guide will speak of Aboriginal Dreamtime and interpret their unique and complex culture. A beautifully prepared morning tea is also 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. On arrival at the resort, guests are met by Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa staff for an introduction to their three-day Wolgan Valley experience. The Blue Mountains Experience, will give guests the chance to discover the unique Blue Mountains region in New South Wales on a private tour and enjoy three nights’ all-inclusive 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 – all this at a starting price of A$2,890* ($2.968) per person on a twin sharing basis. A minimum three-night stay applies and the package is valid for travel until March 31, 2013. Extra nights can also be booked from A$780 ($801) per person twin share. While heading home, the transfer option will drive from Wolgang Valley to Sydney via Bells Line of Road. Taking three hours, the return transfer takes guests from Wolgan Valley and through Lithgow, ascending to the picturesque Bells Line of Road. Stopping at Australia’s most elevated botanical gardens at Mount Tomah; guests can enjoy breathtaking views while enjoying coffee or tea. Past Mount Tomah, the scenic drive passes through quaint old villages and apple orchards before descending down the range through the historic township of Richmond and on to Sydney where guests are dropped off at their Sydney hotel or the airport.
A dedicated guide will accompany guests to the remote sightseeing locations and share local knowledge and interpretations of Aboriginal dreamtime stories as well as promote the stunning views the Blue Mountains World Heritage listed region has to offer. Nestled between two National Parks and bordering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, this 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.
For reservations please contact the Wolgan Valley Reservations team on 02 9290 9733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.