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Eden Health Retreat, Currumbin Valley, QLD

Eden-massageEden has been a place of rejuvenation since 1984, and is Australia’s longest established health retreat. The luxurious ecologically sensitive lodges nestle in the rainforest, with feature floor to ceiling glass windows, private balconies or window seats that overlook picture-perfect views.

You can do as much or as little as you want at Eden. There are daily activities such as laughing yoga, bushwalks and Qi Gong available, and you have full access to facilities such as the sauna, steam room and heated swimming pool.

During your stay, you can also nourish your body with fresh and organic seasonal cuisine.

This is a trip-out that will help recharge and re-energise you. Whether you’re looking for pampering or simply want to take time out, the Eden Health Retreat is a peaceful place situated among the lush hinterland of Queensland and embraced by a valley known for its healing energy, so you can leave with a sense of recuperation and if you’re lucky, a clear and clean mind.

To celebrate its 30th birthday, Eden has joined forces with LuxuryEscapes.com to offer a 7-night package inclusive of chef-prepared meals, daily wellness classes, a massage and use of the pool and gym. Only $1,749 for seven nights in twin share per person (normally valued at $3,650). The package can only be booked online at Luxury Escapes starting October 10.

 

Book: www.luxuryescapes.com

 


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