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Embargo until 15 February 2011

   Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa launches exclusive use offer at

SYDNEY, Australia – 15 February 2011 – Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, Australia’s first
luxury conservation-based resort, will officially launch an exclusive group booking offer for the
business tourism industry at the key Asia-Pacific meetings and incentives event, AIME on 15

The Exclusive Experience offer, valid from 15 February 2011 to 31 March 2012, includes sole
use of the resort and its 40 luxurious accommodation suites, all meals including morning and
afternoon tea, all non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages, conference space, wireless
internet and two nature-based experiences each day for 80 guests.

“At Wolgan Valley, everything has been meticulously considered so that your special event,
be it a top achievers incentive, a product launch, corporate retreat or prestigious conference,
will be the ultimate world-class luxury experience,” said Joost Heymeijer, General Manager,
Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa.

A founding member of Luxury Lodges of Australia, Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa is a three
hour drive or 45 minute helicopter ride from Sydney, thoughtfully nestled between two
National Parks and bordering the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

Establishing itself as one of the most exclusive venues in Australia for the most memorable
incentives, luxury private celebrations, conference events and corporate retreats, Wolgan
Valley’s dedicated resort team can design tailored events to meet any requirement.

“Our Exclusive Experience offer provides the perfect opportunity for groups to get together in
utmost style and seclusion at an affordable inclusive price,” said Heymeijer.

                                  **Exclusive Experience**

Indulge in the ultimate luxury experience with exclusive use of Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa
and its 40 luxurious accommodation suites, for just $950* per person per day.

As part of this unique package, guests will receive the following inclusions:

        o Exclusive use of the secluded luxury Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa including 40
          luxurious private suites
        o Deluxe suite accommodation available for 80 guests. Each suite is surrounded by
          wide, private verandahs, each with its own indoor / outdoor swimming pool,
          separate living and bedroom areas, separate walk-in wardrobe, luxurious en-suite
          bathroom and double-sided fireplace
        o Conference room hire equipped to handle the latest audio visual technology with a
          unique breakout setting opening onto an expansive deck set in native Australian
          gardens, with stunning views of the escarpment backdrop
        o Fully equipped business centre
        o Complimentary wireless and hardwire Internet access through fast fibre-optic
        o Basic audio visual
        o Private boardroom for up to 12 guests
         o Morning and afternoon coffee and tea breaks with delicious homemade treats
           provided by Executive Chef Dwane Goodman
         o Breakfast daily
         o Lunch daily. Dining options include the Providore-style cafe Country Kitchen, or
           picnic lunches which can be arranged on secluded panoramic timber decks
           located throughout the 4,000 acre property
         o Dinner daily with a new menu every day to keep guests excited. Dining options
           include the magnificent Wolgan Dining Room, an alfresco barbeque under the
           stars at the 1832 Heritage Homestead, or alfresco dining by the main pool with
           dramatic views of the valley and stunning escarpments surrounding the property
         o Select range of regional wines and beers are included with meals and all non-
           alcoholic beverages are complimentary throughout the day
         o Up to two nature-based activities per person per day. A range of activities are
           available include horse riding, mountain bike adventures, 4WD Wildlife Safari and
           guided bush walks

To book, please contact the Wolgan Valley Reservations team on 02 9290 9733 or email

*Valid from now until 31 March 2012. Package rates are based on 80 guests on a twin share
basis with a minimum two nights stay. Other terms and conditions apply.


                                        Australian media contact
                 Annike Jarvis / Christine Nguyen, Professional Public Relations (PPR)
                     P: (02) 9818 0983 / 0915 – M: 0411 425 549 / 0415 129 630
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                                       Global media contact
             Smita Natalia Deans/ Maria Elena Alba, Emirates Corporate Communications
              P: (+9714) 708 4470 / 3976 - M: (+9715 6) 684 8972 / (+9715 0) 950 9630
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                                  Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa:
                          Tel.: +61 2 9290 9733 – Fax: +61 2 6350 1801
         Street Address: 2600 Wolgan Road, Wolgan Valley, Lithgow 2790 NSW, Australia
                    Postal Address: PO Box 390, Lithgow 2790 NSW, Australia
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About Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa

Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa opened in October 2009.

Located within its own 4,000 acre conservation reserve and nestled between two national parks bordering
the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the conservation-based Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa sets new
standards in luxury travel. Combining the expectations of the high-end traveller with the broader social,
ecological and environmental aspects of the resort, it will be the only experience of its kind in Australia.

This secluded resort features 40 individual suites surrounded by private decks, each having its own
indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Its architecture is designed to be reminiscent of traditional rural Australian

The A$125 million project was built on the philosophy of complete integration with its environment, and
supports wide-ranging conservation practices, focusing on endangered species protection and the
planting of thousands of native trees indigenous to the area, including one of the world's rarest trees, the
Wollemi Pine.

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