With spectacular landscapes and a rich ancient culture, Australia is a land like no other. It is the earth’s
sixth-largest country in land area and is the only nation to govern an entire continent. With a spectacular natural environment, high quality of life and great diversity, Australia is a sought after destination to travel. It has 10 per cent of the world’s biodiversity and a great number of its native plants and animals exist nowhere else on earth. From tropical rainforests in the north to the red deserts of the centre, from the snowfields of the south-east to the Australian Antarctic Territory, it is a vast and varied land.
The Wolgan Valley is a largely undeveloped valley located in the Australian state of New South Wales.
The Wolgan Valley is approximately 26 kilometres long and seven kilometres wide. The Wolgan River cuts a deep gorge through the sandstone in part of the valley, forming a bottleneck that is only one kilometre wide. Steep cliffs contrast with the gentle curve of the valley floor and a
picturesque road winds along the river to reach the resort on the eastern end.
Located on Australia’s Great Dividing Range between the Wollemi National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park.
North South Wales
Fly into Sydney followed by a 2 hrs 30 min scenic drive to the hotel
Cairns, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Sydney
Best time to visit
During the winter months (June – August) the average temperature is around 5°C, while in Summer (December –
February), the average temperature is around 18°C.