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Valid for all bookings made from 15 October, staying until 15 December 2018.
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"best spa in the Blue Mountains"

Recline in your own private hot tub and sip champagne as you look out through full length windows onto stunning views!

Honeymoon Escape

Honeymoon Escape

The Blue Mountains' most romantic escape! Enquire about special packages

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Local activities

The Blue Mountains World Heritage Area is an experientialist’s paradise. Extending over one million hectares, it protects some of the most pristine and remote wilderness in the world.

The Peak at Mt Kanimbla is conveniently situated in the centre of this wilderness, with regional highlights in all directions. Whether you enjoy the thrill of adrenalin sports such as canyoning or abseiling, or prefer more demure pursuits such as trout fishing or golfing, a lifetime would not be long enough to discover everything that this inspiring area has to offer.

Your hosts are keen outdoor enthusiasts and are pleased to make suggestions and recommendations for excursions or any of the following activities. Click on the links below for more details:

Local festivals and events are held throughout the year in the Blue Mountains and surrounding areas. Click here to view an updated regional calendar.
This information is given in good faith. Guests indulge in their pursuits at their own risk and The Peak at Mt Kanimbla does not accept responsibility.

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