Published on : Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Destination NSW Chief Executive Officer Sandra Chipchase said, “There is a demand for accommodation in Regional NSW, including luxury accommodation which gives travellers the chance to relax and recharge. Increasingly travellers, particularly those visiting the State’s food, wine and beach destinations, are after stylish and bespoke accommodation that lets them switch off and feel refreshed.”
“Travellers to NSW are always on the hunt for great accommodation, be it luxury, eco, unique, or in an impressive location. I’m delighted that visitors to NSW now also have these stunning properties to choose when booking a getaway.”
The five new luxury boutique accommodation offerings are- Goonoo Goonoo Station, Tamworth; Kimo Estate, Gundagai; The Houston, Wagga Wagga; Sierra Escape, Mudgee and Admiralty Apartments, Lord Howe Island.
On a working cattle station outside Tamworth, an impressive refurbishment of the 19th century heritage-listed and pastoral village been turned into luxury accommodation named Goonoo Goonoo Station. The seven private cottage have been beautifully restored and capture the history of the station while still providing guests with all the luxuries they need.
Kimo Estate has built luxury eco-huts that sit proudly on the hills with 360 degree views over the Murrambidgee River flats.
A bespoke luxury guesthouse, The Houston offers stylish self-contained accommodation in the heart of Wagga in the beautifully refurbished historic 1868 Belmore House.
Sierra Escape provides a new luxury glamping experience near Mudgee. A spacious and luxurious canvas safari style tent, Sierra Escape offers private and magnificent views over rolling farmland and features a king size bed, a floor to ceiling glass wall, free standing deep bath, rain shower and a fireplace for those cool country nights.
Admiralty Apartments offer two stylish and private self-contained apartments with ocean views through a tropical palm forest.