Special Offers

A spring rejuvenation at Wolgan Valley

Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, the luxurious conservation-based resort located three hours from Sydney, has released a two night Spring Renewal package; offering international guests a rejuvenating stay in one of Australia's most spectacular locations.

Valid from 16 September to 19 December 2011, the Spring Renewal all-inclusive package includes two nights' accommodation in a luxurious double Heritage Suite with private swimming pool, gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, all non-alcoholic beverages and selected local wines and beer with meals, wireless internet and two nature-based experiences per person each day.

Guests will also be treated to a complimentary Taste of Wolgan Gourmet Pack or Timeless Spa Pamper Pack to take home and continue their spring rejuvenation. Nestled between two National Parks and bordering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the international award-winning carbon-neutral resort features 40 individual suites reminiscent of traditional Australian homesteads.

**Spring Renewal**

Celebrate the arrival of the Spring season at Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa with the Spring Renewal package.

Guests will leave feeling rejuvenated with two nights in a luxury Heritage Suite including gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, non-alcoholic beverages, a select range of local wines and beer with meals, private swimming pool, wireless internet and two on-site nature based activities per day for just A$1,450 per person twin share, representing a saving of A$500.

Guests will also receive a complimentary Taste of Wolgan Gourmet Pack or Timeless Spa Pamper Pack to take home and continue their spring rejuvenation.

For those who stay two nights or more from Sunday to Thursday inclusive, a 60-minute spa treatment per person is also offered, representing an additional value of A$330 per couple.

Valid for any two-night booking from 16 September to 19 December 2011 inclusive.  To book, please contact the Wolgan Valley Reservations team on +61 2 9290 9733.

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