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Wolgan Valley Extends Temptation Package

Wolgan Valley Extends Temptation Package

Due to popular demand from domestic and international markets, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa has extended its Spring Temptation package to the summer months, offering guests the opportunity to experience the exclusive Australian luxury resort.

The Summer Temptation offer, now valid until March 31, 2011, includes two nights at the resort at a special promotional rate, and an exclusive Wolgan Gourmet or Timeless Spa pack to take home.

The extension of the seasonal package, released in celebration of the resort’s first anniversary, demonstrates the positive reception of the Emirates’ world-class property from the travel and tourism market since opening.

“After six years in the making, Wolgan Valley’s first year of operation has been incredibly successful in a globally challenging environment. Response from guests, the general public and our colleagues has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Joost Heymeijer, General Manager, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa. “We are also very humbled by the number of accolades received in the past year. Our trophy cabinet is overflowing.”

A Summer Temptation – details:

Enjoy two nights in a double Heritage Suite at Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, including breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, all non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages, two nature-based activities each day, for just A$1,470* per person, representing a saving of over A$500.

As part of this unique package, guests will also take home a complimentary Taste of Wolgan Gourmet Pack or a Timeless Spa Pamper Pack abundant with the finest luxury products found at the resort.

Package rates are based on double occupancy with a minimum two nights stay. Promotional hampers are redeemable per suite booking. Other terms and conditions apply.

About Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa

Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa opened in October 2009.

Located within its own 4,000 acre conservation reserve and nestled between two national parks bordering the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the conservation-based Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa sets new standards in luxury travel.

This secluded resort features 40 individual suites surrounded by private decks, each having its own indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Its architecture is designed to be reminiscent of traditional rural Australian homesteads.

The A$125 million project was built on the philosophy of complete integration with its environment, and supports wide-ranging conservation practices, focusing on endangered species protection and the planting of thousands of native trees indigenous to the area, including one of the world's rarest trees, the Wollemi Pine.

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