Due to the pandemic, Hermes Estate can no longer comfortably bring staff on site for its VIP guests.

The landlords have been working on other projects since early 2020, and have leased the estate to us until at least 2027. The Hermes Estate brand continues to provide & expand on its gift products.

We are therefore now operating as contactless ‘Hermitage Estate’ until the pandemic effects pass.

Guests will no longer have personalised bespoke pampering, (private buttler, chef, chauffeur, executive assistant, daily spa treatments, open bar, turn down, gifts and unlimited provisions etc) at 22,000 per night.

Instead, guests will enjoy a sumptuous yet contactless environment, with all the spacious beauty of the estate and luxury provisions at 2800 per night.

The booking party will still be the only exclusive guests on site, with the Estate all to themselves.

Please visit here to book

~ Julia

Banglore Falls Walking Track

A Waterfall Wonderland at Banglore Falls

When visiting the Bindarri National Park, you can’t miss visiting the gorgeous Bangalore Falls. They are a must-see destination while exploring the National Park area. If you enjoy exploring nature uninterrupted, this is the place for you. These breathtaking waterfalls are easily accessible, yet in a beautifully remote location. Ahh the serenity!

Take a car and explore yourself, or ask your butler to arrange a local guide to chauffeur you through this magnificent location

The views are spectacular, after an easy 500 mtr walk from the car park. You will be speechless, year-round, at the magnificence. Admire the cascading view of water and breathe in the peace. You can even sneak a glance or two into the Bangalore Gorge from the lookout spot.

Make your way back slowly to the picnic area along the easy walking track. This short walk takes you past incredibly grand old trees, that somehow  (and thankfully) escaped the former logging activities in the park. You can ask your hosts for some history of the area to know about the logging past.

Relax and enjoy a pleasant day of picnicking under the trees. A soft breeze, dappled sun, the sound of the waterfalls pouring in the distance; it’s magical, like most of the natural Mid North Coast. Keep an eye out for lovely lyrebirds . If you’re a keen birdwatcher, you might hear and recognise the distinctive ‘wom-poo’ call of the wompoo fruit-doves. Just paradise for the day.

For more information: http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/bindarri-national-park/bangalore-falls-walking-track/walking

 

Bindarri National Park
Banglore Falls walking treks around the Bindarri National Park