Wolgan Valley is Recovering After the Bushfires

Allen | February 25, 2020

The Wolgan Valley area is on it’s road to recovery following the tragic bushfire activity affecting the region.

Despite the visible damage from the bushfires, the surrounding National Parks and surrounding bushland is flourishing and safe. Fortunately, the fires did not afect the 1832 Heritage Homestead, Main Homestread and the villas.  The 7,000-acre reserve has seen native wildlife return as well as a blooming valley. It is touted as a one-in-a-lifetime beauty, and Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley has the fortune of having this rejuvenation take place across their resort. 

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley invites you to follow their conservation journey and to experience the resilience and transformation of the surrounding nature. Join them in meaningful conservation work while viewing the regeneration of nature in the majestic Greater Blue Mountains.

 

Natural Restoration and Growth

Impacted woodlands are seeing immense eucalyptus regrowth, and the Wollemi Pine Grove is exhibiting hopeful signs of rejuvenation. Guests are welcome to care and monitor the plants across the reserve.

Care for Large and Small

Expert knowledge from their Field Guides are utilized in the efforts of habitat restoration. Guests of all ages are welcome to participate in re-establishing habitats for all inhabitants. 

 

Witness the renewal from Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley. Discover an authentic Australian bush experience and enjoy 20% savings when staying 3 nights or longer. Plus, receive up to AU $400 resort credit and more.

 

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