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Sydney – Four Seasons Hotel

Overview – Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

Four Seasons hotels the world over are synonymous with location, luxury, style and discreet service and the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is no exception.

This particular Four Seasons property has Circular Quay literally at its doorstep, and the building gazes directly at the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. The Rocks heritage precinct is seconds from the hotel’s grand entrance, while the leafy Royal Botanic Gardens and shops of QVB and Pitt Street Mall are just a short stroll away. Some of Sydney’s best restaurants are in the vicinity, while acclaimed chef Mark Best has a highly rated fine dining establishment – Pei Modern – in the hotel’s lobby itself. Also onsite is the sleek, wood-panelled Grain, a popular local watering hole, which offers bespoke beers, organic wines and a contemporary cocktail list along with a casual bistro-style menu.

No self-respecting top-tier hotel lacks a pool, and the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney outdoes the competition by having the city’s largest heated outdoor one, with a snack bar and separate whirlpool to boot! There’s also a fitness centre with a view, plus a 24-hour internet kiosk if you need to catch up on business emails or print your boarding pass. If physical work doesn’t appeal to you, there’s the award-winning endota Spa, which boasts six treatment rooms and a sublime array of blissful treatments.

Elegant guestrooms feature mahogany furniture, silk textiles and premium down bedding. Luxe touches include backlit makeup mirrors, plush terry robes and twice daily housekeeping, while all the basic amenities you’d expect of a five-star global hotel are there including an in-room safe, private bar and complimentary Wi-Fi. If you’re ever stuck deciding what to do in Sydney, just pick up the phone and call concierge. Four Seasons Hotel Sydney has three full-time Les Clefs d’Or-qualified staff for whom no request is too small. From mailing a postcard to securing a last minute reservation at a Michelin-star restaurant, your concierge will make your stay a truly memorable one.

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Rooms – Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

There are 531 guest rooms spread across 34 floors at this fabulous George Street hotel, which boast full or partial views of the city or harbour landmarks. All have one marble ensuite bathroom at minimum.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Deluxe Room 26m²
There are three aspects available in this category: the Sydney skyline, CBD with partial glimpses of the water, or full frontal views of the harbour replete with bridge and Opera House. Bedding is king or twin, and the 384 Deluxe Rooms are located between levels 6 to 31. Capacity: 2 persons

Premier Room 53m²
This corner room provides a lot more floor space and the same three view options as the Deluxe Room. Rooms with full harbour views only come with one king bed, while the others have the option of two singles. There are 77 Premier rooms in total. Capacity: 3 persons

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Club Floor Room/Suite 26-53m²
From levels 31 and 34, the 37 Club Floor Rooms are similar to Deluxe and Premier Rooms in terms of aspect options and amenity, with the guaranteed benefit of a high floor away from urban noise. The 10 Club Floor Suites also have the advantage of substantially larger floor plans and come with Executive Club access. Club Floor guests get complimentary all day refreshments, unlimited internet connectivity, garment pressing and business services as well as free hot buffet breakfast daily. King is the only configuration available. Capacity: 2 persons in room, 3 in suite

Suites from 53m²
There are 19 Junior Suites from floors 11 to 31, 53m² studio units which enjoy sweeping views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. The other 3 suites are more than double this size, and located on the top floor of the hotel. These also have ensuite bathrooms, plus an additional powder room. Capacity: from 3 persons

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

Facilities – Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

  • 531 rooms and suites
  • Outdoor heated pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Pei Modern
  • Grain
  • The Cabana
  • In-room dining
  • Fitness centre
  • Business services
  • Executive Club (for Club Floor guests)
  • endota Spa
  • Les Clefs d’Or concierge
  • Secure onsite parking
  • Valet service
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Location

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Getting There

The Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is a 15km drive from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, while Circular Quay Station, which is a stop on the AirportLink train network, is a mere 5 minutes’ walk from this property.

Combine With

No visit to New South Wales is complete without venturing outside of Sydney – the Blue Mountains offer spectacular mountain scenery and pretty historic towns whilst the Hunter Valley provides a taste of the region’s best wines. If you’re after a bit more nature, head towards the Central and South coasts, for amazing beaches and brilliant bush walking trails.

Highlights
  • One of Sydney’s most glamorous hotels
  • Epitome of the Four Seasons luxury global brand
  • Central George Street CBD location
  • Walk to The Rocks, Circular Quay and Pitt Street Mall
  • Contemporary Mark Best restaurant and edgy bar
  • Largest outdoor heated pool in Sydney
  • Three full-time Les Clefs d’Or concierge staff
  • Invigorating day spa
  • Large selection of stylish rooms
  • All the services of a five-star hotel

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Sydney – The Langham

Overview – The Langham Sydney

Everything about The Langham Sydney is distinct yet discreet, from its secluded position in an exclusive The Rocks location to its customised classic London cabs painted signature Langham pink.

Following a massive $30 million renovation, The Langham Sydney re-opened in December 2014 and re-established itself as one of the city’s most sophisticated five-star hotels. Nestled on peaceful Kent Street in Millers Point, the hotel retains a tranquil atmosphere while being mere minutes away from all Sydney’s major attractions including The Rocks, Darling Harbour, Circular Quay and Pitt Street Mall. Interiors are inspired by upscale residences in global cities such as London, Paris and New York; think tasteful chandeliers, stylish occasional chairs, jewel-hued scatter cushions, gilt-edged mirrors and a million dollar Sotheby’s art collection. The property is also the only pet-friendly hotel in Sydney, offering custom-made beds, dog-walking and a specially designed room service menu for four-legged guests.

The Langham Sydney has 98 rooms, with the entry-level Grand Langham room being the biggest standard offering in Sydney. These sumptuous high-ceilinged havens of bespoke luxury come replete with city or Western Harbour views, as well as subtle designer accessories such as silver Wedgwood bedside clocks and glossy, hardcover coffee-table tomes. No Langham stay is complete without elegant afternoon tea, a tradition since 1865. Enjoy house-made pastries and sweets along with traditional scones, finger sandwiches, coffee and tea in the sundrenched Palm Court dining room. This elegant tearoom transforms into a cocktail bar as the sun sets each day.

The capacious Kent Street Kitchen provides fine European cuisine in a captivating setting; enjoy breakfast and dinner here served on huge, pearly marble-topped tables. To one side of this establishment is an open kitchen with an impressively long dining table, at which guests can sit with glasses of wine and watch chefs in action. The Langham Sydney also boasts a lavish underground spa, a state-of-the-art health club, a championship-size floodlit tennis court and a famous indoor pool – the only thing left untouched by the multi-million dollar refurbishment – its ceiling constructed to look like a sky full of stars.

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The Langham Sydney

Rooms – The Langham Sydney

Designed to feel like a chic inner-city apartment, each room at The Langham Sydney is light and airy, with views of the cityscape or busy Western Harbour, the latter being a little more expensive. Spread across three floors, all categories provide the option of an upgrade to a top-floor unit with its own private terrace. Handcrafted furniture, premium spa toiletries, plush robes, custom Blissful Beds, specially commissioned artworks and Parisian-style shutters over opening windows are standard features across all room types, as is cable TV and Wi-Fi access.

The Langham Sydney

Grand Langham Room 49m²
This spacious chamber contains a wardrobe with safe, private bar and espresso coffee machine. The luxurious marble bathroom has double basins, a shower and separate bath tub. Capacity: 3 persons

Langham Suite 78m²
Arched windows frame harbour views in this serene king-bedded suite, which features wood-panelled walls, a high dome ceiling and separate lounge area. Capacity: 3 persons

The Langham Sydney

The Langham Sydney

Facilities – The Langham Sydney

  • 98 rooms and suites
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Health club with whirlpool, sauna and steam room
  • Tennis court and club house
  • The Day Spa by Chuan
  • Palm Court tearoom and cocktail bar
  • Kent Street Kitchen
  • Pampered Pets program
  • Valet parking
The Langham Sydney

Location

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Getting There

Centrally located on Kent Street in historic Millers Point, The Langham Sydney is 9.1km from Sydney Airport, 3.5km from Central Station and 1.9km from Circular Quay.

Combine With

Regional New South Wales destinations such as the Blue Mountains, the Hunter Valley or the sun-drenched sandy coast to fully experience Australia’s most populous state.

Highlights
  • A stylish home-away-from-home in the heart of Sydney
  • Peaceful location across from the Sydney Observatory
  • Walk to Circular Quay, Darling Harbour and the CBD
  • Unique dining experiences at Kent Street Kitchen
  • Tradition afternoon tea at Palm Court
  • Fabulous day spa with ten treatment rooms
  • Spectacular 20m indoor pool with star-spangled ceiling
  • Sydney’s only pet-friendly hotel
  • 98 sophisticated rooms with bespoke furnishings
  • State-of-the-art fitness facility and tennis court

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Sydney – InterContinental

Overview – InterContinental Sydney

Incorporating the heritage-listed New South Wales former Treasury Building, the InterContinental Sydney is an architectural icon as well as one of Sydney’s top luxury hotels since 1985.

Literally across the road from the peaceful Royal Botanic Gardens, the InterContinental Sydney is comprised of the beautifully restored, tri-level 1851 Treasury Building and a more recent 30-storey rear extension. Enter through the light-filled atrium whose sandstone archways and marble staircase pay respects to the structure’s glorious past, where welcoming staff await to check you in. A modern lift whizzes you up to the rooms – there are 509 in total – all with picture windows complete with adjoining cushioned nook, Wi-Fi access and a spacious work zone.

Standard in-room offerings at this property include feather pillows, a pillow menu, alarm clock and iPod dock. There is a gourmet minibar and thoughtful touches such as plenty of towels and a nightly turn down service. Executive Room guests enjoy the world-renowned Club InterContinental experience, which provides exclusive access to Sydney’s only VIP lounge with a wraparound outdoor terrace overlooking the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Additional Executive Room benefits include private check in and check out services, deluxe buffet breakfast, all day light refreshments as well as twilight cocktails and canapés. The hotel also has 28 stately suites, which have homed world leaders, heads of state and celebrities from around the globe.

As befitting of the InterContinental brand, this property offers some tantalising dining options from fresh seafood at Café Opera and traditional afternoon tea in The Cortile to modern Australian a la carte meals at 117 dining and succulent steaks at The Meat & Wine Co. There is also a beauty salon, 24-hour indoor heated pool and gym.

While this hotel is not as modern or flashy as some of the new five-star offerings around town, it has an authentic old-world graciousness and an unwavering focus on service. The sensational Club InterContinental experience is also incomparable to any other hotels in its class, particularly if you enjoy rooftop drinks with spectacular views while rubbing shoulders with the jet set.

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Rooms – InterContinental Sydney

All rooms are plush, and decorated in neutral hues, maintaining the pervasive feeling of understated luxury present throughout the property. Sit on the window ledge and contemplate the view; some rooms look out onto the Eastern Harbour or the city, while others have partial or full aspects of the Harbour Bride or Opera House.

Classic Room 32m²
This compact, entry-level room gets more expensive the higher it is in the building because as a general rule, the views get more impressive. Capacity: 2 persons

Executive Room 32m²
Guests in these rooms enjoy unrestricted rooftop lounge access with all the benefits of Club InterContinental as outlined above. Capacity: 2 persons

Suites from 70m²
Harbour Bridge and Opera House views are standard in the suites, with the Australia Suite being the most celebrated of them all. Situated on level 29, this is Sydney’s largest and has hosted many a famous guest.

Facilities – InterContinental Sydney

  • 509 rooms and 28 suites
  • Executive rooftop lounge
  • Supper Club for Club InterContinental members
  • Cafe Opera
  • The Meat & Wine Co Restaurant
  • The Cortile
  • 117 Dining
  • 24-hour heated indoor pool
  • 24-hour gym
  • Beauty salon
  • Massage and reflexology services
  • Concierge
  • Business centre
  • Parking

Location

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Getting There

This CBD hotel is an easy 12km from Sydney Airport, reached by road in about 15 minutes without traffic. The Airport Link train takes you straight to Circular Quay station which is a mere 4-minute walk from InterContinental Sydney.

Combine With

Regional destinations such as the Blue Mountains, the Central, South or North Coast to experience all that New South Wales has to offer.

Highlights
  • Understated luxury in a charming heritage setting
  • Quiet yet central location across from the Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Walk to the Opera House, Pitt Street Mall and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair
  • A smorgasbord of fabulous dining options
  • One of Sydney’s most popular fresh seafood buffets at Café Opera
  • Indulgent degustation or a la carte meals at 117 Dining
  • Elegant high tea and cocktails at The Cortile
  • Sydney’s most amazing rooftop VIP lounge
  • An array of Club InterContinental guest benefits
  • Family-friendly indoor pool with a view

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Blue Mountains – Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

Overview – Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

The much lauded Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort offers absolute luxury and total seclusion in the heart of the Australian bush.

The lush, untouched Wolgan Valley is situated between the Wollemi and Blue Mountains national parks. The region gets its name from “Wolga”, the local Aboriginal name for wild clematis found throughout the canyons, and is favoured by rock climbers and bush walkers for its natural beauty. Camping was once the only option in this pristine environment, but Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort now provides an ultra-luxurious yet carbon neutral alternative.

At the heart of this award-winning resort is the Wallerawang Homestead, built in 1832 by the Walker family as the base of their cattle grazing operations. Wallerawang once hosted eminent naturalist Charles Darwin, and is now home to the outstanding Wolgan Dining Room, the providore-style Country Kitchen, The Valley Bar & Terrace as well as an exquisite day spa. A cheese room and wine cellar round out the property’s smorgasbord of dining options.

Scattered around the homestead are 40 freestanding Federation-style villas, each furnished with their own private deck and temperature-controlled pool. Lounge in front of the fireplace and appreciate the views, or explore the magnificent Australian bush on the complimentary mountain bikes provided. Creature comforts such as free Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service are standard in all villas. As the resort is so secluded, there is no mobile coverage making it a breeze to disconnect from the outside world.

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort offers accommodation on a full board basis, with two nature-based activities a day. Examples of what you may do include guided bushwalks and cycling. Guests are also invited to get their hands dirty, assisting with valuable conservation programs such as tree planting, water quality monitoring and animal surveys. Named by Condé Nast as one of the world’s best family hotels, kids at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort will love the many opportunities to spot icons of the Australian bush including wombats, kangaroos and koalas.

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Rooms – Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

Occupying just one percent of a 7,000-acre conservation reserve in the Blue Mountains, the 40 villas offer a range of different bedding configurations. Low-slung and unassuming from the outside, these cabins are the epitome of luxury, fitted with fireplaces and temperature-controlled private pools ideal for stargazing year round.

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Heritage Villas 83m²
These timeless one-bedroom stone and timber sanctuaries have double-sided fireplaces and folding doors leading out to the pool. Some units have a sofa bed that can be set up for a third guest at extra cost subject to availability. Capacity: 2 persons 

Wollemi Villas 201m²
These substantial two-bedroom two-bathroom villas are ideal for families or friends travelling together. A courtyard, deck and swimming pool provide plenty of space to unwind. Guests enjoy use of four mountain bikes. Capacity: 4 persons

Wolgan Villa 410m²
The most luxurious of the categories, the expansive Wolgan Villa is an entirely self-contained cabin with its own gourmet kitchen and garden. There are two ensuite bedrooms and a third guest room, which can serve as staff quarters. Also available is private butler service so your every need can be met. Capacity: 6 persons

One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort
One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

Facilities – One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

  • 40 freestanding villas with private pools
  • Restaurants, bar, cheese room and cellar
  • Day spa
  • Complimentary use of mountain bikes
  • Tennis court
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 24 hour room service
One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

Activities – One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort

  • Bushwalking
  • Mountain biking
  • Scheduled conservation activities
  • Self-guided trails

Activities at extra cost:

  • 4WD tours
  • Archery
  • Horseback riding
  • Guided historical tours
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Location

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Getting There

Wolgan Valley is a scenic 3 hours’ drive through the Blue Mountains from Sydney’s CBD.

Combine With

Discover the stunning Central or South coasts of New South Wales or World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island. Alternatively, why not tick off Australia’s other top-rated properties on your holiday? Saffire Freycinet on Tasmania’s wild Freycinet Peninsula and Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island are two rare hotels in this blue-chip category.

Highlights
  • Nominated as one of the world’s best family hotels in 2015 by Conde Nast Traveller
  • 5-star luxury on a 7,000-acre private wildlife reserve
  • A 100% carbon-neutral property for 5 years running
  • Delectable cuisine with food sourced from within a 160km radius
  • 120 resident vertebrate species and over 100 species of bird
  • Pristine Australian bush setting
  • Panoramic Blue Mountains views
  • Array of nature-based activities
  • Local conservation projects
  • Excellent wildlife watching

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Hunter Valley – Spicers Vineyards Estate

Overview – Spicers Vineyards Estate

Fabulous accommodation and fine dining are the hallmarks of any Spicers experience and Spicers Vineyards Estate is no exception, with its luxurious suites, award-winning restaurant, kitchen garden and expansive cellar.

An unassuming grey-green building nestled amongst brawny native gums and tangled grapevines, Spicers Vineyards Estate is a truly romantic rural retreat in the heart of the Hunter Valley. This luxurious weekender is an excellent base to explore the many vineyards of this 190-year old wine region, or simply a very nice setting to eat well, rest and rejuvenate on your own or with a special someone.

The 12 guest rooms are exceedingly comfortable, with open fireplaces, baskets full of firewood, starched sheets and fluffy towels. Stone ensuite bathrooms come replete with jetted tubs, rain showers, heated towel rails and premium bath amenities. Pad down to Spicers’ signature Spa Anise for a pampering facial or massage, or lay down with a good book by the sparkling outdoor pool. There are hanging wicker egg chairs to cosy up in, from where you can look for visiting pink-and-grey galahs or kangaroos.

For exercise, there are plenty of nature trails to wander on this 8-acre property, a bountiful kitchen garden to explore and even a giant outdoor chessboard to play with beyond the hanging vines. While wine tours are a must here, there are plenty of other highly recommended activities as well including golf, horseback riding, mountain biking and hot air ballooning.

Of course, no stay is complete without a meal at the wonderful Restaurant Botanica headed by Josh Duncan, who made his name at various high-profile hotels in Australia and worldwide. Many of the herbs and vegetables in his dishes are home-grown, lending supremely fresh flavour to already delicious fare. Of course, every course can be matched with wines, and if you’re still thirsty, visit the many discreet cellar doors along Hermitage Road.

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Rooms – Spicers Vineyards Estate

Immaculately tasteful with plenty of delightful modern conveniences such as a Nespresso machine, warm woollen throws, plush robes and cosy slippers, the 12 rooms at Spicers Vineyards Estate invite rest and relaxation.

Spicers Vineyard Estate

King Spa Room
Located on the ground floor, this beautiful room has French doors which open out onto a comfortably furnished veranda with views of the property’s vineyard.  Capacity: 2 persons

Luxury Spa Suite
Featuring a separate living area, this inviting suite comes with the option of a private courtyard or balcony with sweeping views over the property. Capacity: 2 persons

Spicers Vineyard Estate

Facilities – Spicers Vineyards Estate

  • 12 suites
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Restaurant Botanica
  • Spa Anise
Spicers Vineyard Estate

Activities – Spicers Vineyards Estate

  • Private wine tours
  • Hot air ballooning
  • Helicopter scenic flights
  • Horseback riding
  • Golf

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Location

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Getting There

The Hunter Valley is approximately 165km north of Sydney (a little over 2 hours’ drive). Spicers Vineyards Estate is located on quiet Hermitage Road, just outside Pokolbin.

Combine With

The state’s stunning central coastline, the dramatic Blue Mountains and its glamorous capital, Sydney, for a comprehensive New South Wales experience.

Highlights
  • A peaceful retreat set amid grapevines and native gums
  • Sumptuous suites with open fireplaces
  • Spicers’ signature Spa Anise
  • Highly rated Restaurant Botanica
  • Enormous wine cellar
  • Plenty of lovely spaces to relax
  • A verdant kitchen garden and private vineyard
  • Wonderful outdoor pool surrounded by sun loungers
  • Boutique cellar doors along Hermitage Road
  • Opportunities for hot air ballooning and horseback riding

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Central Coast NSW – Pretty Beach House

Overview – Pretty Beach House

Perched on an escarpment above a sparkling bay, Pretty Beach House sets a very high benchmark for Australian luxury hotels.

Bouddi National Park is a well-kept secret, just a stone’s throw north of Sydney’s thriving CBD. Protecting the Central Coast’s last vestiges of temperate rainforest, the national park offers a range of attractions from idyllic sandy beaches and meandering coastal walks to ancient Aboriginal rock art.

Nestled amid towering stands of eucalyptus at the park’s southern end, Pretty Beach House is a haven of seclusion overlooking the eponymous beach. Designed with the quintessential Australian beach house in mind, the property’s décor is luxurious but relaxed, featuring natural stone and recycled timbers alongside quality Italian linens and priceless bush-inspired artworks by renowned Australian artists.

Privacy is paramount, with Pretty Beach House offering just four pavilions – each unique, and named for their best feature. Three of the four pavilions boast their own pool, and guests also have use of the main infinity pool that affords breathtaking views of the bay below. Furthermore, guests have access to their own record player and vinyl selection, to create the ideal soundtrack to their holiday.

The property is all-inclusive, so there’s no need to plan your next meal. Simplicity, elegance, service and superb food is evident in every aspect of the culinary delights of Pretty Beach House.

The Main house is designed for relaxation and conviviality where all the senses and sensibilities are inspired from the iconic Australian artworks, to the elegant table settings and stunning views. Guests are invited to help themselves from the fully stocked bar and relax before dinner while taking in the stunning coastal views. Wine lovers will appreciate the well-stocked cellar, with vintages hand-picked by the house Sommelier.

Also included in the tariff are mountain bike hire and lunch or dinner at Bells at Killcare, sister property to Pretty Beach House, a 5 minute drive away. Guests can also experience a welcome indigenous smoking ceremony, which takes place when each new guest arrives. This is certainly a highlight of any stay at Pretty Beach House. Hiking tours of the local territory and nearby rock art can be arranged with a guide. Other Indigenous tours, including wildlife interaction, can be arranged offsite at the nearby Australian Walkabout Park.

Other activities that can be arranged are golf, cooking classes, private boat charters, horse riding and seaplane or helicopter transfers from Sydney Airport/Harbour. For enjoyment at a slower pace, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment at Bouddi Spa or sample rare wines at the cellar.

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Rooms – Pretty Beach House

Standard features in all pavilions include housekeeping, handmade bath products, linen bathrobes, walk-in robes, rain shower and complimentary in-room bar. Climate control and a fireplace keep temperatures comfortable, and there are board games, cards, books and magazines to keep you entertained.

Treetops Pavilion 95m2
Positioned above the main house, Treetops is the smallest of the four pavilions but by any standards, still a spacious offering. Its travertine bathroom features heated floors and a romantic copper freestanding tub. An outdoor double day bed provides a luxurious place to soak up the sun. Capacity: 2 persons

Bayview Pavilion 110m2
Designed for couples, this sophisticated split-level pavilion boasts commanding vistas of the property and features a generous king bed, wood fireplace, private deck, plunge pool and outdoor day bed. Capacity: 2 persons

Hideaway Pavilion 140m2
Set farthest away from the Main House, Hideaway is the most secluded pavilion. Similar in style to the Bayview, Hideaway is nonetheless larger in size, and boasts both a bigger private pool and a double daybed. The ensuite features a cast iron slipper bath, twin showers and heated flooring. Capacity: 2 persons

The Retreat 160m2
The most spacious of them all, the Retreat is a two-level pavilion, with an upstairs living area to make the most of the views. The single bedroom opens directly out onto the expansive private deck and plunge pool. There are bathrooms on both levels. Capacity: 2 persons

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Pretty Beach House

Facilities – Pretty Beach House

  • 4 contemporary pavilions
  • All inclusive rates
  • Open bar (cellar list additional)
  • Infinity outdoor pool
  • Guest lounge
  • Open kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Al fresco dining area
  • Cellar
  • Poolside pizza oven
  • Bouddi Spa
Pretty Beach House

Activities – Pretty Beach House

  • Mountain biking
  • Lunch or dinner at sister property (transfer and tour of kitchen garden included)
  • Indigenous smoking ceremony nightly, including canapés and cocktails

Activities at extra cost:

  • Guided walks
  • Guided indigenous cultural tours
  • Gourmet wine tours
  • Private cooking classes
  • Private wine tasting
  • Personal training session
  • Sailing
  • Horseback riding
  • Quad biking
  • Golf
  • Seaplane transfer
  • Kayaking or paddle boarding
  • Private boat charter
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Location

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Getting There

Pretty Beach House is located on the Bouddi Peninsula 100km north of Sydney CBD. The drive is a leisurely 2 hours from the city. Alternatively, drive to Palm Beach and take the high-speed ferry service to Wagstaffe Wharf, 5 minutes from the property. For a celebrity-style entrance, a seaplane transfer from Sydney to Pretty Beach House can be arranged (extra cost).

Combine With

Other attractions along the New South Wales’ coast such as its glittering capital,  Sydney and World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island. Inland gems include the beautiful Blue Mountains. For warmer climes, head up north to Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Scenic Rim or Great Barrier Reef.

Highlights
  • A gorgeous coastal property set in Australian native bush
  • Just four exclusive luxury pavilions
  • An all inclusive property
  • Decadent modern Italian meals by Stefano Manfredi
  • Onsite sommelier and well-stocked cellar
  • Indulgent day spa
  • A nightly indigenous smoking ceremony
  • Breathtaking coastal views
  • Brilliant bushwalking opportunities
  • Over 100 ancient Aboriginal sites nearby

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Central Coast NSW – Bells at Killcare

Overview – Bells at Killcare

With its navy, white and grey palette, neatly clipped gardens and white Adirondack chairs scattered on lush, green lawns, Bells at Killcare is an Aussie-Italian incarnation of a summer beach manor in the Hamptons.

Located in the peaceful seaside village of Killcare Heights on the Bouddi Peninsula, this 8.5-acre estate encompasses a sensational Italian restaurant, divine LI’TYA day spa, 25 weatherboard adults-only guest cottages and an elegant manor house shaded with tidy blue-and-white striped awnings. Your suite is unashamedly designed for couples, with natural sisal rugs, generous sofas and hand woven blankets. On the fluffy doona-clad bed, you’ll find a cushion emblazoned with one of the three commands found in capital letters mounted behind Reception: “Relax”, “Unwind” and “Enjoy”. Curl up in a wicker chair on your veranda while sipping an espresso, or run yourself a bath in the sparkling white bathroom and lather up with tasteful handmade soaps.

It’s too easy to turn your stay here into a gastronomic getaway; all rooms come at minimum, with a generous continental breakfast spread of fresh baked breads and pastries, house made granola, espresso coffee, loose leaf tea and organic juices. A midday or evening meal at the much lauded Manfredi at Bells Restaurant is not to be missed. The distinctly Mediterranean-flavoured fare is skilfully crafted from high quality, fresh ingredients, over 15% of which are grown or raised on the property. The custom-built wine cellar contains bottles sourced over decades, and aperitivi can be enjoyed with finger foods at the bar before the evening meal.

To work up an appetite, Bells at Killcare has a lap pool and free yoga from 8am most Saturdays during the high season. Borrow a croquet set or play boules on the manicured lawns. Bushwalking maps are provided and a packed picnic lunch can be arranged if you wish to spend your day outdoors. The more adventurous might like to dive the Ex-HMAS Adelaide wreck site off Avoca Beach, charter ‘The Launch’ for sport fishing or fly over the beautiful northern bays of Sydney.

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Rooms – Bells at Killcare

Celebrated designer Chrissie Jeffery carries the Hamptons theme from the manor house through to the 25 guest suites, which feature bleached linens, white window shutters, wicker furniture, seagrass carpets and blue nautical accents. Furnishings are Ralph Lauren, and technology is up to the minute. All suites have a spacious veranda furnished as if it were an outdoor sitting room.

Bells at Killcare

King Spa Suite 50m²
Open plan with a combustion fireplace, these sophisticated studio suites come with an iPod dock, flat screen TV, wood fireplace, private balcony and tiny kitchenette. Bathrooms are fitted with a large spa tub. Bathrobes and slippers are provided, along with delicate handmade toiletries. Capacity: 2 persons

King Suite 40m²
Similar to the King Spa Suite, this unique unit is designed specifically for guests with special needs, with ramp access, an open layout and bathroom equipped with a wheelchair accessible shower. No spa bath. Capacity: 2 persons

One Bedroom Cottage 82m²
This spacious single-level cottage has a full kitchen with an oven and dishwasher. Guests enjoy a luxuriously large bedroom, huge living area, two gas fireplaces and two furnished verandas. Capacity: 2 persons

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Two Storey Cottage 70-80m²
There are two individual double storey cottages at Bells. The Spa Cottage has a king bedroom upstairs, with the bathroom (corner spa tub), kitchenette and living area downstairs. The larger Deluxe Cottage has a king bedroom and ensuite on the upper level, with kitchen, living and powder room on the ground floor. Capacity: 2 persons

Lakeview Villa 57m²
Set away from the rest of the cottages and featuring a lovely lake aspect, the Lakeview Villa is single-level and open plan, with a large fireplace separating the king bedroom from the living area. The ensuite bathroom has a freestanding tub and separate shower. Capacity: 2 persons

Bells at Killcare
Bells at Killcare

Facilities – Bells at Killcare

  • 25 adults-only cottages
  • Manfredi at Bells Restaurant
  • Bells Day Spa
  • 20m outdoor lap pool
  • Organic kitchen garden
Bells at Killcare

Activities – Bells at Killcare

  • Morning yoga (seasonal)
  • Boules
  • Croquet

Activities at extra cost:

  • Boat charters
  • Sport fishing
  • Wine tours
  • Cultural guided walks
  • Diving
  • Scenic flights
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Location

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Getting There

Bells at Killcare is a quick 20-minute ferry journey from glitzy Palm Beach, or a 90-minute drive north of Sydney CBD.

Combine With

Australia’s capital in all but name – Sydney – and other New South Wales coastal gems such as Jervis Bay on the South Coast. We also highly recommend spending a few nights at Bells at Killcare’s gorgeous sister property, Pretty Beach House, which is just 10 minutes down the road.

Highlights
  • A Hamptons-style coast and country hideaway just north of Sydney
  • Internationally acclaimed cuisine at Manfredi at Bells Restaurant
  • A well-stocked, custom-made wine cellar
  • Divine LI’TYA day spa
  • 25 adults-only designer cottages
  • A rambling kitchen garden and acres of neatly clipped grounds
  • Brilliant bushwalking trails in Bouddi National Park
  • Over 100 recorded ancient Aboriginal sites in the vicinity
  • Secluded sandy beaches
  • Mecca for water-based activities including fishing, swimming and boating

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Central Coast NSW – Calabash Bay Lodge

Overview – Calabash Bay Lodge

Experience luxury waterfront living at Calabash Bay Lodge, a unique and exclusive Hawkesbury River retreat accessible only by boat.

Ever wondered what it would be like to live in a stunning contemporary property with gleaming waters lapping at your own private jetty? Well, Calabash Bay Lodge offers you the opportunity without the multi-million dollar price tag. This self-catering Central Coast four-bedroom holiday home can only be booked for exclusive use, and contains everything you need for a glamorous Australian riverside escape from fishing rods to kayaks. There’s even a runabout boat at your disposal so you can explore your surroundings at leisure or pick up eggs and milk from nearby Berowra Waters! Best of all, it’s only 45 minutes north of Sydney CBD.

Every beautifully appointed bedroom in the house has a balcony with water views, with two boasting their own modern ensuite bathrooms. The owner has thought of everything – there are luxury bath amenities provided, along with sparkling wine on arrival, bottled water, espresso coffee capsules and loose-leaf teas.

Of course, the basics are top quality as well; expect 100% Australian wool bedding, 500 thread-count organic cotton bed linen, free high-speed Wi-Fi, a wireless speaker system and a cutting-edge entertainment setup. There’s also an entertainer’s kitchen complete with double oven and dishwasher, laundry facilities, and plenty of comfortably furnished areas to curl up with a book or to soak up the sun.

Additional extras that can be arranged during your stay include spa treatments, gourmet catering, a private chef and babysitter. Guests are usually met at Berowra Waters public wharf for a 10-minute complimentary water taxi transfer to the lodge, but a seaplane flight from Rose Bay or Palm Beach can also be organised (additional cost).

Encircled by pristine native bushland and hemmed in by the Hawkesbury River, Calabash Bay Lodge provides plenty of opportunities for recreational fishing, revitalising bushwalks and relaxation in really swish surroundings. Look for kingfishers and kookaburras while paddling downriver – kayaks are provided for use during your stay. Alternatively, recline with the latest magazines from the library in your Brazilian hammock. Later, fire up the Weber Q barbecue on the expansive sundeck to grill your daily catch. On chilly nights, enjoy a blazing fire while you play Pictionary with the family.

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Rooms – Calabash Bay Lodge

There are four very comfortable bedrooms in the property, two with access to their own private bathrooms. Decorated in soft whites and neutrals, all rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows affording brilliant bush and river views.

Calabash Bay Lodge
Calabash Bay Lodge

Facilities – Calabash Bay Lodge

  • Four bedrooms
  • Full entertainer’s kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Sun deck with barbecue
  • Library
  • Indoor and outdoor living areas
  • Entertainment system
Calabash Bay Lodge

Activities – Calabash Bay Lodge

  • Boating
  • Kayaking
  • Fishing (basic lines provided)
Calabash Bay Lodge

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Location

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Getting There

It’s an easy 45-minute drive north from Sydney’s CBD to the Berowra Waters public wharf, where you are met by water taxi for a free 10-minute journey to the lodge’s private jetty. Alternatively, you can sail your own boat to the property and moor it there, or book a seaplane transfer from Rose Bay or Palm Beach, landing on the property’s pontoon.

Combine With

The stunning state capital Sydney, or the scenic Hunter Valley or Blue Mountains regions – both around two hours inland – for a taste of New South Wales rural hospitality.

Highlights
  • A seriously swanky holiday home accessible only by boat or seaplane
  • Absolute waterfront location
  • Complete seclusion; nothing but native bushland around
  • Exclusivity; the whole house to yourself
  • Designer furnishings and the latest entertainment technology
  • Bushwalking, kayaking and fishing
  • Proximity to fabulous nearby restaurants
  • Private pontoon in front of the property
  • Secluded sandy beaches around Berowra Creek
  • Aboriginal rock art sites and ancient middens

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Paperbark Camp

South Coast NSW – Paperbark Camp

Overview – Paperbark Camp

Conceived on a safari holiday in Africa, Paperbark Camp is a family-run luxury bush camp close to Jervis Bay, often said to have the whitest sands in the world.

New South Wales’ South Coast has long attracted weary city slickers with its crystal clear waters, fine sandy beaches, verdant bushland and mighty limestone cliffs. A mere three hours from Sydney where Currambene Creek meets the ocean, you’ll discover a dozen canvas-clad structures spread out beneath fragrant native melaleucas. This is Paperbark Camp, one of Australia’s first luxury tented properties. So eco-conscious is the campsite that no trees were felled in its construction, and you won’t find TV, Wi-Fi or even power points in guest tents. Lighting is solar powered, furniture is sculpted from timber off-cuts, and all structures are open and elevated to take advantage of sea breezes.

In your safari-style tent, you’ll find gleaming hardwood floors, proper beds enrobed in luxe bamboo linen, full insect screening and flaps cut out of the canvas which you can roll up or down to control the amount of daylight flooding in. An open-air ensuite with hot water shower and natural handmade soaps complete the back-to-nature experience.

Guests at Paperbark Camp are encouraged to disconnect from the digital world, but if you really must check email or post photos on social media, you can get free Wi-Fi and access to power points at The Gunyah. Meaning “the meeting place” in local Aboriginal dialect, this architecturally-designed treetop space is the camp’s dining room, reception and guest lounge. Curl up by the open fire here in winter, or play cards to the chattering of resident possums and sugar gliders.

Food is a real highlight – nothing comes out of a can at Paperbark Camp! Breakfast might consist of house made granola with single origin coffee, while candlelit evening meals often involve pisco sours and paella. Lunch is not served, but packed picnics are available. Where possible, regional produce is used, with herbs and veggies sourced from the camp’s own garden. After a meal, spoil yourself with an in-room massage or saunter along the property’s many bush trails looking for kangaroos.

Guests have bicycles and canoes at their disposal throughout their stay. Huskisson, the nearest town, is a mere 15-minute cycle or short paddle away. From May to November, whale watching is a popular activity from here, while fur seals and dolphins are regularly observed in the waters year-round. Farther south, you can embark on the White Sands Walk, a fantastic way to see the glorious chain of powder sand beaches that ring Jervis Bay.

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Rooms – Paperbark Camp

Artfully positioned for maximum privacy, the camp’s dozen A-frame safari tents are named after native animals and linked with paths lit by solar markers. Wooden steps lead up to a covered furnished seating platform, separated from the bed and bathroom with insect-proof mesh. A candle lantern is provided, along with drinking water, a torch and mosquito coil. Note that children under 6 are not accepted at camp except by special arrangement.

Original Safari Tent
Choose from a king, queen or twin-bedded tent with private open-air ensuite accessible through a zippered flap from the bedroom. Hot water showers to birdsong are the norm at Paperbark Camp.  Capacity: 2 persons in existing bedding/4 persons maximum

Deluxe Safari Tent
This tent has everything the Original version does, with the addition of a claw-footed freestanding bath tub in the ensuite. Bathrobe and slippers provided. Capacity: 2 persons in existing bedding/4 persons maximum

King Deluxe Tent
Affectionately named the “King Parrot”, this super-sized structure can accommodate up to six guests at a time. Guests in the King Deluxe Tent will find an indoor ensuite bathroom with sunken bath, twin vanities, bathrobes and slippers. as well as a separate outdoor shower. Capacity: 6 persons

Paperbark Camp
Paperbark Camp

Facilities – Paperbark Camp

  • 12 tents
  • The Gunyah Restaurant
  • Wi-Fi in communal area
  • Power points in communal area
  • Furnished outdoor deck
  • Guest lounge
  • Guest kitchen
  • Library
  • Massage and beauty treatments
Paperbark Camp

Activities – Paperbark Camp

  • Cycling
  • Canoeing

Activities at extra cost:

  • Sundowner cruise
  • Whale watching (seasonal)
  • Dolphin cruises
  • Wine tasting
  • Surfing and stand-up paddle boarding lessons
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Location

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Getting There

The campsite is located just off Goodland Road in stunning Jervis Bay wihci is part of the Shoalhaven region, just under 3 hours (200km) by road south of Sydney. Self-driving is highly recommended as there are many attractions in the area best reached by car.

Combine With

The Blue Mountains; go from sleeping under canvas by the coast to the pinnacle of luxury with a stay at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley Resort, which offers five-star private cabins set amidst 7,000 acres of privately owned highland wilderness. Most travellers begin their New South Wales’ holidays in Sydney – be sure to spend some time in this glamorous city, checking out its many sights including the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Highlights
  • A unique safari-style campsite south of Sydney
  • 12 eco-sensitive tents in 100 acres of pristine bush
  • Cycling, canoeing and bushwalking activities
  • Peaceful creek-side location
  • Gateway to three nature reserves: Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park
  • Dazzling white sand beaches and clear turquoise waters
  • Seasonal whale watching
  • Dolphins, seals and beach-going kangaroos
  • Endless outdoor adventures from fishing to surfing and diving

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Lord Howe Island – Capella Lodge

Overview – Capella Lodge

Overlooking the azure Pacific Ocean and tiny Lovers Beach is Capella Lodge, a stylish luxury retreat on stunning Lord Howe Island.

The only hotel south of the island, Capella Lodge has majestic views of the forested slopes and soaring peaks of Mount Lidgbird and Mount Gower. This gorgeous boutique property offers contemporary architectural design and chic interiors combined with relaxed hospitality and a breezy, beachy informality.

Lord Howe Island itself is a magical destination which affords every opportunity for wondrous outdoor adventures. This sickle-shaped volcanic island is an Eden of dense forests, mountain peaks, unspoilt beaches, exotic flora and fauna, encircled by the world’s southernmost coral reef. Visitors can roam the island by bicycle or on foot, stopping along the coast to swim or snorkel amongst sea turtles and hundreds of rainbow-hued fish. The lonesome craggy monolith known as Ball’s Pyramid, can be seen from the air as you approach the island, or visited on a day trip by boat.

Capella Lodge has just 9 suites, ensuring an intimate and personalised experience in an idyllic setting. There are single-level and loft suites, each with king or twin beds, fine linen, ensuite bathrooms and private verandas or balconies. There is also a sumptuous 120m² pavilion with its own private entry.

The lodge has sublime vistas of the island’s two highest mountains as well as the turquoise lagoon it faces. The airy, open plan bar, restaurant and lounge have floor to ceiling windows to bring the outside in and serve only the finest and freshest produce from Lord Howe Island and New South Wales. Breakfast, dinner and sundowner drinks are included. When not out exploring, guests can curl up on the terrace with a book, swim in the pool or savour a drink as the sun sets over the sea.

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Rooms – Capella Lodge

Capella Lodge is the only hotel on Lord Howe Island with ocean, lagoon and mountain views. All  suites have king  beds,  a Bose  music  system (with  MP3  input), TV,  DVD,  telephone, Wi-Fi,  safe  and  in-room  bar. Basalt stone ensuites contain a rain shower and signature Capella Spa toiletries. Beach towels, backpacks, bathrobes and a hairdryer are provided along with daily housekeeping and evening turndown service.

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Capella Suite 45m²
This single level suite is fitted with timber floors, beach house-inspired decor, king or twin beds and an outdoor deck area with day bed. Capacity: 2 adults.

Lagoon Loft 60m²
This mezzanine suite has a king bedroom and private veranda upstairs, as well as a lower level living area with daybeds which can convert to 2 single beds if required. Wide doors open out to an outdoor sundeck with daybed. Capacity: 3 adults or 2 adults + 2 children

Catalina Suite 65m²
This spacious single level suite has a king bedroom (twin bed option available), and separate loungers which on request, can be converted to 2 single beds. Extensive outdoor deck and daybed. Capacity: 4 persons

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Makambo Loft 90m²
The upper level king-bedded sleeping area in this fun and funky mezzanine suite commands stunning outlooks over the two nearby mountains. At ground level is a complimentary room bar, daybeds which can convert to 2 single beds, and an outdoor deck with plunge spa. Capacity: 4 persons.

Lidgbird Pavilion 120m²
The superlative Lidgbird Pavilion is perfect for a special occasion. A generous upper-level bedroom includes wraparound verandas to capture ocean and mountain views. At ground level, guests will find a private outdoor area with a plunge pool, large sundeck, daybed and outdoor shower in the shadow of a frangipani tree. Private dining is available and the Capella Lodge electric buggy is reserved for Lidgbird Pavilion guests’ exclusive use. Capacity: 3 persons

Capella Lodge
Capella Lodge

Facilities – Capella Lodge

  • 9 contemporary suites
  • Open plan bar, lounge and restaurant
  • Capella Spa
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Outdoor pool
  • Complimentary use of backpacks, beach towels, snorkel equipment, kayaks and adult mountain bikes
  • Internet kiosk, wireless internet (limited bandwidth)
  • Daily laundry service (no dry cleaning)
  • Postal service,
  • Electric buggy available for hire
  • Please note there is no mobile/cell reception on Lord Howe Island.
Capella Lodge

Activities – Capella Lodge

  • Cycling
  • Kayaking
  • Hiking
  • Bird watching
  • Swimming
  • Snorkelling
  • Hand feed the fish at Ned’s Beach
  • Swim with the turtles at Old Settlement Beach

Activities at extra cost:

  • Guided Mt Gower trek
  • Guided nature tours
  • Glass bottom boat trip on the lagoon
  • Scuba diving
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Boat cruises
  • Tennis

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Location

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Getting There

Lord Howe Island is a two hour flight with a Qantaslink 32-seat Dash 8 aircraft from Sydney or Brisbane. A seasonal service also operates from Port Macquarie. A 14kg luggage limit per person applies on all Lord Howe Island flights. There are luggage storage facilities at Sydney Airport’s Terminal 3.

Combine With

Part of the state of New South Wales, a visit to Lord Howe Island fits well with other highlights of eastern Australia such as Sydney, the Blue Mountains, and Far North Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest.

Highlights
  • The most exclusive address on Lord Howe Island
  • The only island lodge with ocean, lagoon and mountain views
  • Snorkels, kayaks, mountain bikes and backpacks at your disposal
  • Unique eco-systems, rare flora and fauna
  • The world’s southernmost coral reef
  • Mount Gower, one of the planet’s best day treks
  • Picture-perfect Old Settlement Beach
  • Ned’s Beach fish feeding
  • Ball’s Pyramid

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