Get double the value


EMIRATES has announced an exceptional offer for first class and business class passengers travelling to Australia and New Zealand between now and December 15.

Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa, a stunning property outside Sydney, is offering a two-night stay for the price of one night, to Emirates passengers booked in first or business class on all flights to Australia or New Zealand.

For the price of $1950 per room per night (based on double occupancy), guests can enjoy a two-night stay in a Heritage suite, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, non-alcoholic beverages and a selection of regional alcoholic beverages with meals and 10% service tax. Also included are two on-site nature-based activities per day.

Located within its own 162-hectare conservation reserve, and nestled between two national parks bordering the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the conservation-based Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa sets new standards in luxury travel.

Combining the expectations of the high-end traveller with the broader social, ecological and environmental aspects of the resort, it offers the only experience of its kind in Australia.

The $125 million project was built on the philosophy of complete integration with its environment, and supports wide-ranging conservation practices.

Email or call (02) 9290 9733.

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Whitsundays wins at Australian Tourism Awards

Ocean Rafting takes the gold in the Major Tour and Transport Operator category at the 2018 Australian Tourism Awards.

Best in the tourism business, Whitsundays wins gold .

Airlie Beach PO boxes on the move to Jubilee Pocket

Airlie Beach post office boxes situated at the Whitsunday Shopping Centre will move to Jubilee Pocket.

Cannonvale PO boxes on the move to Jubilee Pocket.

Sharks, sharks and more sharks

DOUBLE HOOK-UP: Japanese fishing guru Takuma Hata reels in the big barra at Lake Proserpine at the weekend with ABT champion angler Craig Griffiths.

Sharks, sharks and more sharks.

Local Partners