In early February, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley reopened and began welcoming guests back to the valley, following the resort’s temporary closure in response to the bushfires that were raging across Australia.
Large areas of the bushland that surrounds Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley remain untouched—and the landscape affected by the bushfires is starting to regenerate with the recent rains. “Thanks to the incredible efforts of the NSW (New South Wales) Rural Fire Service, the resort itself was spared and is in excellent condition,” an official release reads. Perhaps most important: The native wildlife that call the 7,000-acre Wolgan reserve home have already returned with kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, reptiles and birdlife roaming abundantly.
Now is a great time to visit Wolgan Valley to witness the regeneration of the landscape and to participate in meaningful conservation work.