Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley reopens after bushfire threat

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley has announced it has reopened and will welcome back guests as of 2 February 2020.

The luxury spa resort in the Greater Blue Mountains Heritage Area was forced to close in late December 2019 as bushfires burned across the region leaving behind an unbearable haze of smoke.

Despite some visible scarring to the 7000-acre bushland, the resort’s main infrastructure and immediate surrounds were fortunately spared.

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort. Image: ©2018, Kerzner

General manager, Tim Stanhope, has confirmed that the valley is now safe, beautiful and ready for visitors. Even the native wildlife have made a return with kangaroos and wallabies roaming in abundance around the property.

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort
Eastern Grey Kangaroos

“Like all Australians, we are deeply saddened by the devastation of the bushfires and our hearts go out to those who have been impacted,” Mr Stanhope said following the fires.

“We are indebted to the NSW Rural Fire Service, who worked hard to control the fire activity in and around Wolgan Valley. We appreciate their courage and dedication and thank them for their incredible efforts.”

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort. Image: ©2018, Kerzner

Those who plan a visit to the Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley will not only contribute to important conservation work at the reserve but will also witness the regeneration of nature and habitats of native animals.

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort
River Tree planting site

Find out more: oneandonlyresorts.com/wolgan-valley

Images: One&Only Resorts ©2018, Kerzner

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