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There’s something of an otherworldly aura surrounding Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley. Wombats and wallaroos grazing at the front door of your private villa, spectacular sandstone escarpments shrouded in early morning mist, eucalypt forests abundant with native wildlife, freshwater rivers, heritage buildings — Wolgan Valley encapsulates all the romance and nostalgia of the quintessential Australian bush experience, and then some. It’s being immersed in a secluded World Heritage listed area coupled with dreamy luxuries — a heated plunge pool and open fireplace in each timber villa, delicious locally sourced food and regional wines, a world-class spa and incredible service — that makes this resort one of the most unique five star experiences in Australia.
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A luxury conservation-based resort deep in the heart of Australia’s World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley makes for an incredibly breathtaking accommodation experience. Sitting on 7,000 acres of dense Australian bushland, surrounded by dramatic sandstone cliffs and rocky canyons, with eucalyptus and Wollemi pine at every turn, this is an Australian bush experience like no other.
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It’s not yet been 24 hours but I’m rapidly ticking off an Aussie wishlist at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley, the luxury Blue Mountains retreat hidden in a valley surrounded by an incredible rock escarpment.
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Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is located in the iconic, World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains, about a three-hour drive from Sydney. It sits on a 7,000-acre conservancy, of which the resort facilities occupy just 1 percent. The conservancy’s eucalyptus-shaded slopes, pristine mountain streams, and rolling pastures are the perfect habitat not only for the mobs of eastern grey kangaroos, red-necked wallabies, and wallaroos that call the area home, but also a large wisdom of wombats.