Lilianfels is perched on the magnificent Jamison Valley, overlooking the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains.

Just a 90-minute drive from Sydney, this multi-award winning resort is located next to the three sisters in Katoomba and is set amidst two acres of lush landscaped gardens. Lilianfels is steeped in rich indigenous Australian Heritage and history was built to complement the 19th century home of Sir Frederick Darley, the 6th chief justice of NSW.

The historic home ‘Lilianfels’, built in 1889, has been transformed to its original splendour and now houses the award-winning Darley’s restaurant, named after the original owner.  Lilianfels features a spacious lounge with open fires, a reading room, billiard room, fabulous indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, spa and health club facilities, a tennis court and mountain bikes.

The 85 rooms and suites are large, comfortable and welcoming.  All are decorated in a style reminiscent of the area’s Victorian heritage with a contemporary flavour.

Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa offers 3 function rooms which all feature natural light.

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Conference Tips - Planning

Conference Tips - Planning

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A complete guide for executive assistants and event organisers to successfully plan and run their next conference.

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  • Conference management
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