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Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort

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$760
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New South Wales
Region
Travel from 07 Oct 20
until 31 Mar 21
Book by
30 Oct 20
From
$760

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  • Accomodation 4 nights
  • Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
  • Bonus Extras Bonus Extras
  • WiFi WiFi
4 nights Accomodation Accomodation Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
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Package details

ACCOMMODATION & MEALS
* 4 Nights in a One Bedroom Premier Villa for 2
* Breakfast daily 

EXTRAS 
* Wi-Fi throughout resort
* 10% Discount off rounds of golf
* Late check out until 12pm^

Take The Tribe!
Stay 4 nights in a Two Bedroom Premier Villa for up to 4 people from $1190
Includes breakfast daily and extras 

Extra nights available 

Advertised price valid for select travel 7 Oct - 24 Dec 20, 4 Jan - 31 Mar 2021 All dates are subject to availability, block out dates may apply within these date ranges. Surcharge of $35 per night applies for stays over Friday and Saturday nights

Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort, Hunter Valley

Nestled amongst some of the most premium wine producers, including Brokenwood, Tamburlaine, Pokolbin Estate, Audrey Wilkinson and Roche Estate you will find villas set against a stunning backdrop of the Broken Back Mountain Range. The iconic, 300 acre resort offers premium  facilities including, a pro golf course & country club, two restaurants, two bars, three pools and two tennis courts.

Location 

Located in Pokolbin around 1 hour drive from Newcastle airport or 2.5 hour drive from Sydney airport and 30min from Singleton station with train connections to both cities. The Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort is in the heart of the Hunter Valley region. 

Facilities 

• 24 hour reception
• 18-hole championship golf course
• Two on-site restaurants and bars - Oak & Vine and Cypress Lakes Bistro & Bar
• Conference and event facilities
• Three outdoor swimming pools (one heated)
• Jacuzzi and gymnasium
• Golden Door Spa (nearby)

Restaurants 

Cypress Lakes Bistro and BarCasual dining and a social bar where Golf members, Resort guests and Shire locals celebrate long afternoons simply enjoying time with family and good friends. Open 12 noon till 9pm

Oak & Vine Cypress LakesBespoke menu designed by our Executive Chef paired perfectly with the best wines in the region. Impeccable Oaks hospitality. A “smart dining” experience where one can enjoy a sense of place and an evening that is quintessentially Hunter Valley.Open Friday and Saturday 6pm - 9pm

Connoisseur Bar @ Cypress LakesThe new Connoisseur Bar @ CYPRESS LAKES is fast establishing itself as one of the best whiskey bars in the Hunter Valley, offering the opportunity to relax in their earthy, wooden inspired décor and enjoy one of many different whiskies from around the world, plus exotic cocktails and delicious gins. Open Thursday to Saturday 6pm till late

Accommodation

Space is what greets you on entry to your home away from home in the heart of Wine Country. Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort features a range of one, two and three bedroom villas featuring kitchen / kitchenette facilities, spacious living areas and private balconies allowing freedom for independent travelers to design their own ways to stay. Our Premier Villas reflect the four-star level of accommodation. Terraced into the natural bushland surroundings are the villa accommodation, providing guests with extraordinary views over the golf course fairways, Broken Back Range and the resorts own vineyards. Lucky guests are treated to a morning visit from the resident kangaroos, kookaburras and koalas in the private accommodation setting.

One Bedroom Premier Villa - Features a kitchenette, tea and coffee making facilities, spacious lounge and dining area, private balcony & air conditioning.

Two Bedroom Premier Villa -  Features a fully equipped kitchen, tea and coffee making facilities, spacious lounge and dining area, private balcony & air conditioning.

New South Wales Region Information

New South Wales is a state of opposing landscapes. The sublime coastline, vast farmland, rugged mountain ranges, scorched outback and snowy mountain tops. Explore heritage country towns, bustling metropolis’ and amazing scenery, New South Wales has it all. There is no doubt the heart of the state is the sparkling Sydney Harbour and the amazing attractions that litter its edges. Including world-famous icons, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, the iconic history and heritage of The Rocks, the exquisite beauty of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.

Darling Harbour offers visitors a unique Sydney experience with its plentiful attractions and activities. Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the Harbour, stroll through the Chinese Garden of Friendship, board a submarine at the National Maritime Museum, race around the playground, meet the animals and wildlife and Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife Park. There is something for everyone. A little further from the city’s edge is world-renowned beaches, Manly and Bondi.

But there is a lot more going on than just iconic structures and natural beauty. Sydney is a mecca of elegant boutiques, notable art gallery’s, amazing culinary offerings, awarding-winning bars and world-leading festivals, including annual events, Vivid, Opera on the Harbour and the Sydney Festival.

Get out of the city and head to Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley. Producing exceptional wines, the region is also regarded for its acclaimed restaurants, festivals and beautiful heritage and ancient rainforests. A must on any visit is a wine tasting at one of the many famed cellar dollars, sample some delicious produced, or perhaps enjoy a round of golf at one of the notable courses in the region or an early morning hot-air balloon ride followed by a delicious champagne breakfast. Only two and a half hours from Sydney the Hunter Valley offers a breath of fresh country air, perfect for a short escape.

The world-famous Blue Mountains is another short drive from Sydney’s CBD and home to some of the country’s most dazzling natural attractions and charming villages. Lookout over million-year-old valleys, go beneath the ground at Jenolan Caves or hike the lush green rainforests. The Blue Mountains is packed full of active adventure, scenic lookouts, emerging arts scene and amazing dining experiences. Head north out of Sydney and you will find beautiful beaches, pristine nature reserves and national parks and pretty waterways.

The Central and North Coast’s provide visitors with a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, tracks for hiking mountain bike, horse riding and 4-WD. Other adventurous options include big game fishing, skydiving, scuba diving, kayaking and surfboarding. Much like the rest of the state, the emerging art scene is complemented by boutique produces, local markets and a roster of annual events.

The South Coast is equally impressive. Take your pick when it comes to breathtaking beaches, unspoilt wilderness, top food and wine experiences and gorgeous seaside and hinterland towns. Relax, on the whitest sands in the world at Hyams Beach and savour freshly shucked oysters on Australia’s Oyster Coast. The South Coast provides some of the best spots for Whale watching and exploring the local marine life including snorkelling or diving with a colony of seals at Montegue Island, off the coast at Narooma. There is also rock climbing, coastal walks and fascinating Aboriginal cultural experiences.

Fine Print

Advertised package is land only and excludes airfares. Price is per room max 2 adults in one bedroom villa, fees apply for extra adults

Please check current COVID-19 travel restrictions for the state or territory you wish to visit before departure. 

  • Accomodation 4 nights
  • Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
  • Bonus Extras Bonus Extras
  • WiFi WiFi
4 nights Accomodation Accomodation Daily Breakfast Daily Breakfast
Bonus Extras Bonus Extras WiFi WiFi

Package details

ACCOMMODATION & MEALS
* 4 Nights in a One Bedroom Premier Villa for 2
* Breakfast daily 

EXTRAS 
* Wi-Fi throughout resort
* 10% Discount off rounds of golf
* Late check out until 12pm^

Take The Tribe!
Stay 4 nights in a Two Bedroom Premier Villa for up to 4 people from $1190
Includes breakfast daily and extras 

Extra nights available 

Advertised price valid for select travel 7 Oct - 24 Dec 20, 4 Jan - 31 Mar 2021 All dates are subject to availability, block out dates may apply within these date ranges. Surcharge of $35 per night applies for stays over Friday and Saturday nights

Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort, Hunter Valley

Nestled amongst some of the most premium wine producers, including Brokenwood, Tamburlaine, Pokolbin Estate, Audrey Wilkinson and Roche Estate you will find villas set against a stunning backdrop of the Broken Back Mountain Range. The iconic, 300 acre resort offers premium  facilities including, a pro golf course & country club, two restaurants, two bars, three pools and two tennis courts.

Location 

Located in Pokolbin around 1 hour drive from Newcastle airport or 2.5 hour drive from Sydney airport and 30min from Singleton station with train connections to both cities. The Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort is in the heart of the Hunter Valley region. 

Facilities 

• 24 hour reception
• 18-hole championship golf course
• Two on-site restaurants and bars - Oak & Vine and Cypress Lakes Bistro & Bar
• Conference and event facilities
• Three outdoor swimming pools (one heated)
• Jacuzzi and gymnasium
• Golden Door Spa (nearby)

Restaurants 

Cypress Lakes Bistro and BarCasual dining and a social bar where Golf members, Resort guests and Shire locals celebrate long afternoons simply enjoying time with family and good friends. Open 12 noon till 9pm

Oak & Vine Cypress LakesBespoke menu designed by our Executive Chef paired perfectly with the best wines in the region. Impeccable Oaks hospitality. A “smart dining” experience where one can enjoy a sense of place and an evening that is quintessentially Hunter Valley.Open Friday and Saturday 6pm - 9pm

Connoisseur Bar @ Cypress LakesThe new Connoisseur Bar @ CYPRESS LAKES is fast establishing itself as one of the best whiskey bars in the Hunter Valley, offering the opportunity to relax in their earthy, wooden inspired décor and enjoy one of many different whiskies from around the world, plus exotic cocktails and delicious gins. Open Thursday to Saturday 6pm till late

Accommodation

Space is what greets you on entry to your home away from home in the heart of Wine Country. Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort features a range of one, two and three bedroom villas featuring kitchen / kitchenette facilities, spacious living areas and private balconies allowing freedom for independent travelers to design their own ways to stay. Our Premier Villas reflect the four-star level of accommodation. Terraced into the natural bushland surroundings are the villa accommodation, providing guests with extraordinary views over the golf course fairways, Broken Back Range and the resorts own vineyards. Lucky guests are treated to a morning visit from the resident kangaroos, kookaburras and koalas in the private accommodation setting.

One Bedroom Premier Villa - Features a kitchenette, tea and coffee making facilities, spacious lounge and dining area, private balcony & air conditioning.

Two Bedroom Premier Villa -  Features a fully equipped kitchen, tea and coffee making facilities, spacious lounge and dining area, private balcony & air conditioning.

New South Wales Region Information

New South Wales is a state of opposing landscapes. The sublime coastline, vast farmland, rugged mountain ranges, scorched outback and snowy mountain tops. Explore heritage country towns, bustling metropolis’ and amazing scenery, New South Wales has it all. There is no doubt the heart of the state is the sparkling Sydney Harbour and the amazing attractions that litter its edges. Including world-famous icons, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, the iconic history and heritage of The Rocks, the exquisite beauty of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.

Darling Harbour offers visitors a unique Sydney experience with its plentiful attractions and activities. Enjoy a leisurely cruise on the Harbour, stroll through the Chinese Garden of Friendship, board a submarine at the National Maritime Museum, race around the playground, meet the animals and wildlife and Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife Park. There is something for everyone. A little further from the city’s edge is world-renowned beaches, Manly and Bondi.

But there is a lot more going on than just iconic structures and natural beauty. Sydney is a mecca of elegant boutiques, notable art gallery’s, amazing culinary offerings, awarding-winning bars and world-leading festivals, including annual events, Vivid, Opera on the Harbour and the Sydney Festival.

Get out of the city and head to Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley. Producing exceptional wines, the region is also regarded for its acclaimed restaurants, festivals and beautiful heritage and ancient rainforests. A must on any visit is a wine tasting at one of the many famed cellar dollars, sample some delicious produced, or perhaps enjoy a round of golf at one of the notable courses in the region or an early morning hot-air balloon ride followed by a delicious champagne breakfast. Only two and a half hours from Sydney the Hunter Valley offers a breath of fresh country air, perfect for a short escape.

The world-famous Blue Mountains is another short drive from Sydney’s CBD and home to some of the country’s most dazzling natural attractions and charming villages. Lookout over million-year-old valleys, go beneath the ground at Jenolan Caves or hike the lush green rainforests. The Blue Mountains is packed full of active adventure, scenic lookouts, emerging arts scene and amazing dining experiences. Head north out of Sydney and you will find beautiful beaches, pristine nature reserves and national parks and pretty waterways.

The Central and North Coast’s provide visitors with a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, tracks for hiking mountain bike, horse riding and 4-WD. Other adventurous options include big game fishing, skydiving, scuba diving, kayaking and surfboarding. Much like the rest of the state, the emerging art scene is complemented by boutique produces, local markets and a roster of annual events.

The South Coast is equally impressive. Take your pick when it comes to breathtaking beaches, unspoilt wilderness, top food and wine experiences and gorgeous seaside and hinterland towns. Relax, on the whitest sands in the world at Hyams Beach and savour freshly shucked oysters on Australia’s Oyster Coast. The South Coast provides some of the best spots for Whale watching and exploring the local marine life including snorkelling or diving with a colony of seals at Montegue Island, off the coast at Narooma. There is also rock climbing, coastal walks and fascinating Aboriginal cultural experiences.

Fine Print

Advertised package is land only and excludes airfares. Price is per room max 2 adults in one bedroom villa, fees apply for extra adults

Please check current COVID-19 travel restrictions for the state or territory you wish to visit before departure. 

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