Located in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area, Wolgan Valley’s beautifully appointed pool villas overlook quintessential Australian scenery that just begs to be explored on foot.

1Overview
Overview

Located in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area, Wolgan Valley’s beautifully appointed pool villas overlook quintessential Australian scenery that just begs to be explored on foot. This iconic lodge is one of Australia’s best, with the onsite guides and hosts providing personalised service and memorable experiences. All food is included with your stay and celebrates a garden to plate philosophy, with produce from the onsite garden and local specialty farmers supported by the Wolgan kitchen team. After a day exploring the surrounding bushland, the stunning pool and One&Only Spa are the place to relax before dinner in the main lodge.

Emirates One Only Wolgan Valley Blue Mountains Villa Pool
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2Inclusions
What's Included

Twice daily guided activities; gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily; regional wines and beers with meals; non-alcoholic beverages and in-villa snack bar

3Location & Access
Location & Access

Located two hours drive from Sydney in the Greater Blue Mountains

4Insider Advice
What You Need to Know
Best Room

One bedroom Heritage Villa (for couples)

Suitable For

Couples; families

Best Nearby Walk

Carine Creek Nature Walk is a gentle onsite walk perfect for easing into the day right

Best Nearby Park

Wollemi Blue Mountain National Park

Best Food & Wine Experience

Locally distilled 1832 Wolgan gin on the Valley Bar terrace at sunset

Best Place for Relaxation

One&Only Spa

Season

Year-round

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