VIEWS OVER THE VALLEY
In peace and comfort we left the city behind. Rows of houses became hills and before we knew it, we rolled through the welcoming gates of the resort in the Greater Blue Mountains. A mob of curious kangaroos, seemingly waiting to greet us, watched as we stepped out of the Audi and into the resort’s resident 4WD for the chauffeured drive to the Main Homestead.
While I took in the heritage-style beauty of the homestead’s sandstone walls, timber beams and floor-to-ceiling views of the valley, I could hear my boys’ shrieks of delight at a large wombat guzzling grass in front of them. While they played outside, we enjoyed champagne in the luxurious bar in front of a massive double-sided fireplace. Quite the check-in.
The boys quickly learned of the resort’s complimentary mountains bikes. While David and I cruised along the path in the buggy to our lodge, the boys came flooring down the grassy hills, cheering with joy. I couldn’t help but smile; there is nothing better than children having fun in nature.
We arrived at one of the three Wollemi Suites, a simply stunning two- bedroom Federation- style lodge with sweeping ceilings, a huge living and dining room, a big yard and our own private glass-enclosed