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An ultra-luxury conservation-based resort occupying just one percent of a 7,000 nature reserve in the Greater Blue Mountain World Heritage Area.
With wide open grandeur and a commitment to sustainability, the beauty of Wolgan Valley is enjoyed in magnificent seclusion and splendour.
Constructed from wood and stone typifying the Federation period, the 36 free-standing Heritage Villas are ideal for single guests or couples looking for a relaxing retreat or romantic getaway. Each offers exceptional privacy and breathtaking Wolgan Valley views, as well as a private pool with its own deck and concertina doors. Inside, a central, double-sided fireplace made of local sandstone separates the bedroom from the living area.
Two-Bedroom Wollemi Villas
An ideal family retreat or the perfect hideaway, each of the Two-Bedroom Wollemi Villas features a large living room with separate lounge and dining areas, double-sided fireplace, two spacious bedrooms and a private, temperature-controlled swimming pool. With extensive views of the Greater Blue Mountains, each villa takes full advantage of the expansive backdrop of imposing escarpments.
Wolgan Valley Villas
Nestled in a private corner of the resort with panoramic views of Wolgan Valley and the Greater Blue Mountains, this expansive villa serves as a completely self-contained lodge. Featuring a beautifully landscaped garden with private terraces and swimming pool, it is the ideal choice for a family vacation or getaway with friends.
To ensure maximum privacy and seclusion, the resort is for exclusive use of our resident guests only.
Situated within a tranquil natural setting boasting majestic valley views are six exceptionally private double treatment rooms. Holistic therapies are dispensed using Australia’s exclusive Sodashi skincare line, regarded internationally as the world’s purest spa brand.
Signature experiences embrace the resort’s wide-ranging conservation efforts with wildlife safaris, horse riding adventures and heritage tours, whilst hands-on Conservation Activity excursions are focused on preserving the surrounding wildlife sanctuary.
The resort offers custom event planning and idyllic venues for weddings, vow renewals and other special occasions; including the 90 guest William Walker Room.
Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is the first hotel in the world to achieve internationally accredited carbon-neutral certification by CarbonZero, a distinction it continues to receive every year.
A culinary philosophy based on the very best seasonal, regional and, where possible, organic produce from local Blue Mountains boutique farms, private growers and vintners.
Wolgan Dining Room
An elegantly refined venue with lofty, timber-beamed ceilings and sandstone walls. Menus change daily according to season and highlight local food heroes including Mandagery Creek Venison, Oberon line trout, local organic cheese from Jannei Goat Cheese Dairy and olive oil from Rylstone. In the evening, watch as a setting sun drenches the surrounding landscape in soft colours, offering a romantic backdrop for a delectable six-course menu or à la carte dinner.
Located in the Main Homestead, the casual-yet-refined Country Kitchen is an ideal choice for lunch or an afternoon snack offering a fresh selection of tantalising artisanal breads and hand-roasted coffees. Look to the Seasonal Blackboard for daily culinary inspirations, or savour an incredible selection of authentic dishes.
The Valley Bar & Terrace Lounge
The Valley Bar & Terrace Lounge offers an expansive veranda to enjoy during the warmer months, or an open fireplace indoors when the weather turns cooler. At any time of the day or year, panoramic views across the valley frame the vibrant hues of the seasons, encouraging guests to sit back, rest and contemplate the spectacular surroundings.
A scenic 2.5 hour drive from Sydney, located on Australia's Great Dividing Range between the Wollemi National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park, within the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains. The resort occupies just one percent of its own 7,000 acre conservancy.
The Wolgan Valley is approximately 26 kilometres long and seven kilometres wide. The Wolgan River cuts a deep gorge through the sandstone in part of the valley, forming a bottleneck that is only one kilometre wide. Steep cliffs contrast with the gentle curve of the valley floor and a picturesque road winds along the river to reach the resort on the eastern end.
Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is located approximately 190 kilometres or a three-hour drive from Sydney in the Greater Blue Mountains region, nestled between the Gardens of Stone National Park and Wollemi National Park. Guests can arrive to the resort via a private chauffeur car service, or alternatively enjoy an unforgettable aerial journey via helicopter over Sydney and the Greater Blue Mountains.
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Australia is home to one of the oldest living cultures in the world. The first Australians, the Aboriginal people, came long before the pyramids were built or paintings were drawn in the caves at Lascaux. Evidence of their existence dates back some 40,000 years with ancient artefacts and stone tools unearthed in the valley.
The 1832 Homestead highlights the Aboriginal, settler and agricultural history of the Wolgan Valley, giving guests a glimpse into the lives and conditions faced by early Australian settlers.
The Homestead’s accompanying garden was also re‐established in precisely the same location and format as the original. Thriving today and bigger and better, these organic gardens supply the kitchen with an array of seasonal and organic vegetables, fruits and herbs throughout the year.