Stay three but pay for two

THIS IS THE HIGH LIFE: A Heritage Suite pool at Wolgan Valley.
THIS IS THE HIGH LIFE: A Heritage Suite pool at Wolgan Valley. CONTRIBUTED

WOLGAN Valley Resort and Spa, the luxury conservation-based resort three hours from Sydney, has released a Stay 3, Pay 2 package valid for bookings until June 30.

Guests can enjoy a luxury Heritage Suite for three nights, including daily gourmet meals and two nature-based activities per person per day; for $1950 per person.

"This package is one of the best value-for-money offers that we've released since opening. The offer caters for guests looking to celebrate a special occasion at a world-class luxury resort, or those seeking a truly relaxing getaway just three hours drive from Sydney," Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa general manager Joost Heymeijer said.

Nestled between two national parks and bordering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage area, the resort features 40 individual suites reminiscent of traditional Australian homesteads. Wolgan Valley is for guests only, providing them complete exclusivity to the 1600ha property.

Guests are free to do as much or as little as they like - from luxuriating in spa treatments at the Timeless Spa to making the most of the resort's wide range of nature-based activities.

Activities offered at Wolgan Valley include guided walks, four-wheel drive safaris, horse-riding and mountain bike excursions, spotlight wildlife spotting and stargazing, and visits to the Wollemi Pine Grove.

For bookings, call Wolgan Valley on (02) 9290 9733 or email

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