Wolgan Valley reopens after summer bushfires
The iconic resort has survived relatively unscathed and began welcoming guests back in early February.
Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley has opened its doors following the resort’s temporary closures in response to bushfires over the summer. Thanks to the incredible efforts of the NSW Rural Fire Service, the resort was spared and is in excellent condition, and large areas of the surrounding bushland have remained untouched.
“As our friends at Tourism Australia have said, we encourage you to holiday here this year,” said Tim Stanhope, General Manager at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley. “There has never been a better and, quite frankly, a more important time to return to the valley. We welcome guests with open arms and grateful hearts.”
Conservation and sustainability have always been at the heart of the resort and in light of the recent disaster, the conservation work led by their dedicated team of Field Guides has assumed an even greater importance. Habitat restoration work has been stepped up to support the regeneration of the landscape, and guests are invited to participate in the restoration of affected bushland and waterways.
Designed for the ultra-luxury market, at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is conservation based and occupies 1% of a 2,800 hectare nature reserve in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Just three hours from Sydney, the property boats five-star amenities and superior service, in addition to the stunning location.