Located in one of the country’s most enviable locations, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Wolgan Valley is an eco-friendly reserve. The 40 free-standing suites are outstanding, and the rustic surroundings add to the feeling of being amid nature. Onsite expert guides offer a range of programs to show off the best of the region’s scenery and wildlife.
Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa is not only the first Carbon Zero certified hotel in the world, but also the first carbon neutral resort in the world to be certified through an internationally accredited greenhouse gas program.
With over 175,000 indigenous trees already planted in the valley, this is just one amongst many conservation initiatives, intended to provide you with a world of luxury at no cost to the environment.
It is from here that you can help with the conservation efforts relating to kangaroos, wallabies, and wombats.
The Blue Mountains is a rugged region west of Sydney in Australia’s New South Wales. Known for dramatic scenery, it encompasses steep cliffs, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls and villages dotted with guesthouses, galleries and gardens. Katoomba, a major town in the area, borders Blue Mountains National Park and its bushwalking trails. Echo Point affords views of the storied Three Sisters sandstone rock formation.
It is here that you can volunteer and help conserve kangaroos, wallabies and wallaroos – all fascinating creatures that your children will love.
Ways you can help in Blue Mountains
You can make a difference conserving some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife: Helping with animal counting (Wombats, Kangaroos, Wallabies and Wallaroos) Planting native trees Weeding tree areas, irrigating and testing water quality for the animals to safely drink Regenerating and rebuilding eroded areas along river beds Helping with university research teams You will learn a […]