Nestled between two national parks, the resort offers a unique blend of solitude, native wildlife, dramatic natural beauty, conservation and heritage combined with unsurpassed facilities and outstanding food and wine.
The resort’s impressive assortment of native wildlife, dramatic landscapes and heritage, can be explored through a range of activities including wildlife safaris, nature walks, heritage tours, mountain biking and horse riding. Guests are also invited to take part in the daily conservation hour, working alongside passionate field guides to help preserve this distinctive environment for the future.
An ultra-luxury retreat, located 2.5 hours’ northwest of Sydney in the majestic World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains region, the nearest domestic airport is Bathurst. Set on 7,000 acres of carbon-neutral conservation and wildlife reserve, the resort blends absolute luxury and seclusion with a quintessentially Australian bush experience.
Occupying just one per cent of the total land area, the resort features 40 elegantly appointed, free-standing suites, each with its own swimming pool, double-sided fireplace and private verandah with stunning views of the Wolgan Valley and rugged sandstone escarpments. At the centre of the resort sits the Main Homestead with several dining settings, a heritage precinct, and the One&Only Spa – a sanctuary to revitalise the mind, body and soul, featuring Australia's own Sodashi skin care products.
All inclusive rates with gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, non-alcoholic beverages, selected regional wines and beer with lunch and dinner, and two nature-based activities per person per day.
Take a mountain-bike ride, hotel provides 2 for a room, through the wildlife-filled nature reserve, passing dozens of kangaroos at a time and perhaps spot one of the rare albino wallaroos. Seasonal regional cuisine and ultra-relaxing spa treatments will delight you.