Sometimes, all you need is an escape. Wild Luxury offers just that, boasting some of the best luxury lodges in New South Wales.
Nestled among endangered spotted gums on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Crane Lodge is a luxurious sanctuary that blends natural beauty with bespoke design.
Owned by Kim and Derek Ellis, the exclusive private lodge delivers an escape of the highest standard, from its stunning interiors featuring striking artwork and superb design to its lush, landscaped gardens.
Guests can enjoy five large bedrooms and spacious living areas as well as a heated swimming ’rock pool’. Unwind with a private forest bathing experience that immerses you in the tranquility of the native garden.
Wild Luxury lodges
All of Wild Luxury’s properties celebrate their beautiful natural surroundings. Both luxury lodges are based in stunning, sought-after locations offering the ultimate escape.
Access to the secluded Calabash Bay Lodge is by boat or seaplane. Crane Lodge sits amongst ancient angophoras high above Pittwater on the Barrenjoey Peninsula.
Each retreat features local artworks and bespoke sculptures by the likes of Joshua Yeldham, Shona Wilson and Belinda Fox.
Expect five-star service with a concierge and in-house private chef, plus a private massage and yoga class. You will also have access to the owner’s sleek boat in both locations.
Wild Luxury are offering a special two-night wellness package for groups of up to eight guests at Crane Lodge.
Ensconced in nature, you’ll relax in a hammock nestled between palm trees or share a story around a fire pit overlooking the ocean. All this just moments from some of Sydney’s most iconic beaches.
The package includes two nights at one of Sydney’s most stunning luxury lodges, plus dinner or lunch prepared by private chef. You’ll also enjoy a yoga class on the palm-lined deck, and two 60-minute massages.
Wild Luxury also accepts Parents NSW and Stay NSW vouchers, which can be pooled as long as they are in the same category.
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