The Fairmont Resort and Spa Leura: Giveaway

 

The gorgeous Fairmont Resort and Spa in Leura has to be, hands down, the best family resort hotel in the Blue Mountains.

There’s so much for families to do at the resort itself, you need never leave. The kids facilities are terrific, there’s lots of spaces to play, the pools are most pleasant, and in school holidays, there’s a drop off kids club in the afternoons.

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains

The outdoors pool area has been updated, terrific space for families

 

And if you’d like to explore the Blue Mountains further then the Fairmont is super central and an excellent base.

Fairmont resort blue mountains

Kids love visiting the ponies, they are very calm

The Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains MGallery by Sofitel: The Details

1 Sublime Point Road

2780 Leura, Australia

Phone number:  +61 2 4785 0000

Fairmont Resort website here

If you like to book direct, search for Fairmont Resort on the Accor Hotels website here.


 

 

Knowing how many Hello Sydney Kids readers deserve a break, the Fairmont has offered a free stay as a giveaway to one lucky family.

 

The Fairmont Resort and Spa Leura: Giveaway

  • 2 night accommodation in a Family Suite or Queen Queen Room suitable for two adults and two children
  • Daily breakfast in Jamison’s Restaurant
  • 1 hour treatment in Ubika Day Spa
  • Valid Sunday to Friday (Ubika Day Spa is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays)

 

How To Enter

  • You must be an email subscriber to enter. To subscribe click here.
  • This competition runs from Tuesday 13th November – Tuesday 11th December 2018.
  • The prizewinner will be emailed and must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be chosen.  The winner’s name will be posted on the Hello Sydney Kids Facebook page.
  • Open only to Australian residents.
  • You must make your own travel arrangements to the Fairmont Resort and Spa.
  • Entry is made by leaving a comment on this blog. Check out the photos on this post and then read our full review of the Fairmont Resort and Spa here, then answer the question below in the comments.

 

Why would your family love a visit to the Fairmont Resort?  What would be the best activities for you and your children?

 

Fairmont Resort Blue MountainsThe very grand main foyer of the resort

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains

Views over the mountains from Jamison’s restaurant, in warm weather the windows are wide open looking onto these wonderful views

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains

The heated indoor pool, great to have a spa and sauna right there plus toys for the kids to play with

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains

Sunrise over the Blue Mountains – not to be missed

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains

There are such lovely touches around the resort and grounds, I saw this little delightful sculpture by the ponds

 

If you just cannot wait and need to book at stay immediately, then do book direct by searching for Fairmont Resort on the Accor Hotels website here.

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted on: November 14, 2018

84 Comments

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Sana Hechme

    Our family would love to visit the fairmont resort as it is a resort that is perfect for family fun and relaxation….for the adults!!! As for everone, our lives have been busy but we have also had to care for my elderly parents and a few other health issues haved arisen so it would be a perfect escape for us to refresh, rejuvenate and spend time together as a family. The best activities for my kids would be the pool, play area, pony rides, walks in the garden, cinema and kids club. For me…definitely yoga and day spa as well as lounging around in the bar area!!!

    • Reply November 14, 2018

      Marian

      My eldest boy is absolutely in love with this hotel that we tried thanks to Mireia’s recommendation. It would be even better to visit it again now that we have number 2.

      It was a win-win for everyone. My son loved the rides and we got to have a nice coffee in the meantime. He also got exhausted at the pool and playing at the indoor area when it rained.

      We also got to do some sightseeing and have nice child-friendly food onsite. Plus, mum got one nice massage and relaxing yoga every day!

    • Reply November 16, 2018

      Jacqui Baker

      I would love to stay at the Fairmont resort at Leura. I have only ever heard amazing things about the facilities and the staff but have never stayed there. We went there this year to look at their preparations for a Christmas in July lunch and the backdrop was breathtaking. The bushwalks behind look amazing as does the indoor pool. My two boys were disappointed they missed out on travelling on the little train and couldn’t go to the kids area (bad Mum because we weren’t staying there). One day I endeavour to stay there with my family to enjoy the pristine air, wonderful facilities and to be able to say that I have stayed at a world class resort 🙂

    • Reply November 16, 2018

      jemma hone

      We are a family of four with a 16 year old boy and 12 year old girl, so finding somewhere where we can all hang out and have some good times together has become more of a challenge, but I think this resort would work wonders for us all! We would all love the pools and walks and games and films, and my husband and I the yoga and spa! Yes please! We would love this treat of a lifetime together.

    • Reply November 19, 2018

      Petia Markova

      The resort looks great! Our family would love to have an awesome relaxing weekend, escape from the busy city life by spending time at the pool and spa, exploring the nearby area, enjoying the views, playing at the kidzone… There are so many activities we could participate in that 1 weekend wont be enough!

    • Reply November 21, 2018

      Thao Ngo

      I am in awe at the offerings of this resort. It is the perfect venue for a staycation with the pool and endless kids activities for big kids and small. A dip in the pool, a game of bowling, running through the grounds. We’d be taking it all up!

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Lillian Sassine

    My husband and I visited the Fairmont Resort in 2016 when my son was only 6 months old. The resort was still undergoing some upgrades at the time, however we still enjoyed ourselves- particularly the peaceful nature of this resort that gave us no reason to leave! Now, my son is 2.5 years old, super active, and would enjoy this resort a lot more now than he could when he was 6 months old- especially the kids club and the Fairmont express train (He is a train fanatic). My husband and I are expecting baby #2 in March 2019. We would appreciate another visit to the Fairmont Resort as it is truely a resort that makes getaways a lot more peaceful and relaxing for parents! With everything from natural surrounds of the resort, the spa, and the brand new pool upgrade which i would love to relax in! It will be the gift of all gifts to receive before our family becomes bigger and crazier!

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Frances Masri

    My family would love to visit fairmont resort because we wont have to leave the resort during our stay, as they have so many different activities and facilities available for both adults and children. I think my children would love to spend most of their time in the pool or play room and I would definitely book myself in for a treatment in Ubika day spa.

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Simone Spence

    My family and I were already looking at staying in the Mountains over the holidays and the Fairmount sounds like the perfect place for it! It is central to all the local tourist destinations and the resort sounds like it offers all the luxuries a getaway needs. My boys would enjoy the usual pools and cinema but the ability to connect with nature will be beneficial; they never realise how much they live it until they are there! For us it will be good to do all of these things as a family but also have the option to let the kids enjoy their independence at the kids club while my husband and I reconnect of an evening.

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Katrina Smit-Eadie

    Who doesn’t want to get away to a family friendly resort 2 hours drive away with great food, wine & facilities? Hubby can go bushwalking, I can have a glass of vino & indulge in the spa, the kids can use the pool, kids playarea, trackless train & merry go round & make the most of the school holiday activities all with the beautiful Blue Mountains on your doorstep.

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Paula Morgan

    My granddaughter loves exploring outdoors so a weekend out of the big smoke surrounded by nature would be a fantastic opportunity. It would also give her heavily pregnant mum a break!

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Mar Barahona

    Defenetely this is a great discover!
    My 2.5 years old toddler would love absolutely everything. She is super active and have a love for water and creative activities.
    For me, I would be happy doing yoga and sharing activities with my toddler while we are in the nature.

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Ana

    We would love to visit Fairmont again!! Been there twice, one without kids and once with them. Both times we absolutely enjoyed our stay and recommend it to everyone! Our children love outside exploring, so the garden, lake and grass areas were great for them. Also, the game room and playcenter were big hit with both kids and adults. Spent so much money on those machines ?
    In the evening, we loved the bar to meet with our friends and enjoy the rest of our evening. We absolutely did not have a need to get outside of Fairmont, that’s how great it was for all of us. This time around we would love to enjoy the swimming pools and yoga…

  • Reply November 14, 2018

    Lee Burrows

    Wow…seriously where do you start? Is 3 days enough to fit it all in?
    Fairmont Resort overlooking the spectacular Jamison Valley has so much to offer we are not entirely certain what to do first. Miss Zoe (aged 7) is smitten with the horses.
    Daddy is a movie buff so the Cinema with complimentary big screen movies is awesome.
    Whilst Mummy has her eyes and taste buds set on the free wine tasting at the Tavern.
    With bush walks at your front door everyone is a winner!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Fatima Tilly

    Our family would love to stay at the Fairmont and explore all the wonderful activities and sites the resort has to offer. I think my kids will love the heated pools the most… New to Sydney and would love the opportunity to explore the Blue Mountains and to spoil our family.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Sam

    Never been but it’s top on my list for our next trip to the mountains as my friends have been and loved every minute of it.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Jing An

    I am running study tours during summer and winter holidays. I have been seeing the ads of fairmont resort and spa a lot recently and thinking of staying there a few nights with my daughter and husband. Then I will add the hotel on my itinerary later on and benefit more students and their families.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Lea Stevens

    A relaxing getaway to reconnect as a family with my husband and children is just what the doctor ordered. We are approaching to the end of an incredibly difficult year where we have suffered the loss of a child/sibling and gone through all the emotions that come with grief and healing. A short escape from Sydney to the peace and serenity of the Blue Mountains would be just beautiful for all of us.

    The resort looks like the ultimate setting for a few days of connecting with each other and with nature. The spa and pool would be enjoyed by all, the kids would love the activity/games areas and for my husband and I, a wine together and relaxing massage at spa.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Billie-Jean Byrne

    Isn’t that any working family’s dream? Time and space to relax and enjoy? A break away in luxury to escape all the “joys” of juggling day to day life of being a mum, a cleaner, a cook, an entertainer and a high school teacher? Bring a teacher means I never get child free time so the kids club and massage sounds unbelievable!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Kathy Bandounas

    How amazing. I would struggle to get one of my kids out of the pool, the other out of the play area and the other we would lose out in the gardens. This is why my favourite bit would be the day spa.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Kara

    As a single mum to three children, i would love the opportunity to win the prize to stay here with my kids. We do not get away unless it is free camping so this would be a real treat. I think my kids would go into sensory overload but it would be so worth it. The pools look amazing.

    We dont mind a nice bush work, so this would be mind blowing to be able to have bush walking tracks at the front door.

    Thank you fairmont for the opportunity for a family to enjoy this amazing resort!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Wendy S

    My 7 and 5 year old boys would love this. Being a single parent I don’t have a lot of spare fund to take them away on adventures and they and I would love a chance to relax, unwind and explore all together.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Rebecca Kidner

    Our family would love a getaway at The Fairmont Resort and Spa.
    One of my favourite family holidays as a child was there.
    My children and I would have a blast in the beautiful pools with the free toys! They have always wanted to go horse riding. My husband and I would make use of the day spa whilst the children are at kids club and then enjoy the divine view with wine and cheese!
    So close to Sydney but a world away from our routine. This would be a perfect pre-christmas getaway.
    Thank you Fairmont Resort for partnering with @hellosydneykids

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Ryan

    We are well overdue a family getaway for a few nights, and have been meaning to get to the blue mountain for years.
    With three little ones under 5, it’s been a busy year, with me away overseas with work most of it, a lovely break in late summer/early spring sounds spot on.

    Aside from the amazing resort facilities and kids zones, the outdoors is why you visit the blue mountains. So ponies, high ropes and the local walking trails would be amazing

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Fiona Markas

    This looks amazing and I would love to spoil my family by taking them here. There is so much for all of us to do, it’s hard to choose. The kids would love the pools, games rooms and the high ropes. I would love the spa and exploring the gardens, finished off with the wine tasting and a meal with a view for Jamison’s restaurant. This would be a lovely way to escape and spend some quality time with the family.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    John

    We would love to vist the Fairmont as a family. What a great escqpe from the daily grind of Sydney! Best activities for the children would be to visit the playrooms and ball pits for the toddler, arcade, pool, and train rides for the 5 year old,…..with amazing views all around!

    Also the indoor cinema would be awesome relaxation for the 5 year old, especially if anything Disney! Fingers crossed & have a great day everyone!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Monica

    A trip to this hotel would be amazing for my 6yo and 1yo girls. We have yet to travel anywhere with baby sister and the resort’s facilities and the kids club sound a perfect fit to keep the girls well entertained. After a busy year of starting school,work and the challenges of having a new baby in the family, we all look forward to a relaxing break at the poolside for a swim and water play. Personally I just long for a well deserved sleep-in on the luxurious hotel bed – bliss!! Thank you.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Rachel Lee

    We would love to visit and stay at The Fairmont Resort and Spa because Leura is a beautiful place away from the hustle and bustle of the city. We spend so much time in the city and would love to have a staycation in the Blue Mountains. The children would certainty enjoy the ponies, the swimming pool, kids zones and art and craft activities. I would love to spend time sleeping in, eating at the restaurants, enjoying the spa, swimming pool and the beautiful garden. With the kids occupied maybe I can finally read a book and enjoy the serenity of Leura.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Jane Finall

    We stayed at the Fairmont resort many years ago as a winter getaway. We enjoyed all the facilities on offer. Like the great walks just at your fingertips! As well as the daily midday movies.

    With a 12 year old and a 3 year old, it would make a fantastic treat. Both love the water and I love my yoga. Perfect for everyone!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Joelene

    As a family who have just moved to Sydney, we would love to opportunity to stay at the Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains so that we could enjoy all that this resort has to offer and explore this beautiful part of NSW. I could imagine the perfect day there, with my hubby and DD alternating between the indoor and outdoor pools while I enjoy a pamper session in the spa then admire the beautiful gardens. After we would go for a hike together then come back to enjoy a meal and a movie. Truly the perfect family getaway!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Neha Sarabhai

    My family would love to visit Fairmont resort as we are new to Sydney and have so much about this resort from our friends so it was always in our bucket list…wat best can be if we getting free stay in the best resort of blue mountains?
    U know my son will love the resort as there he lives heated pools,open spaces to run around and of course ponies..and not to miss kids club..
    We are really looking forward to be there as soon as possible as me and my husband wants to enjoy best of spa and relax during this lovely weekend

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Sarah watson

    My family would love to win. We really need some time all together to reconnect, my husbands a chef and works weekends so our weekend is Mon/Tues but this term I’ve had to work so we’ve really missed our family time together for adventures.
    My daughter just loves nature/outdoors and especially swimming with our second child on the way I’d love some relaxation ?

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Xanthe Ford

    Fairmont Blue Mountains sounds PERFECT! Just as I’m looking into a trip to Senic World early next year this great post pops up! Where to start : golf for the hubby, spa for myself, toddler pool, train, ponies and gardens for my two kids to explore – this location could not sound more perfect. Thanks for posting!!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Suzanne Ellis

    Our three kids love exploring the outdoors and you notice the difference in them in the mountains, they love having space! They would definitely want to swim every day which works up an appetite so then we’d be eating a lot. Sounds like the perfect family get away 🙂

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Denise Threlfo

    Who wouldn’t want to win a prize like this!! To be able to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and to fully unwind in such a beautiful location would be the perfect Christmas present this year. I would have to say just being able to wake up and witness the sun rise over the blue mountains would be one of the highlights. To be able to hear the sound of nature. The kids would love the open spaces and being able to escape to the kids club and enjoy the pools. I can already smell the amazing aromas from the perfectly cooked meals in the restaurant!! Thank you for giving us a chance to win such a fantastic prize x

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Alena Turley

    Oh lord we need a break! Local activities would be walking in the beautiful bush or sipping mimosas by the pool. Pick me, pick me!! thanks x

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Arlene Howard

    It looks as thought the Fairmont resort has something for each member of our family – Mr 3 will spend hours watching the miniature train, but only when you can drag him out of kidzone! Mr 7 will be in the swimming pool or playing tennis with me! After all the tennis, I will be ready for a session at Ubkia spa, whilst hubby plays a round of golf. The kids will be in the KidzKlub. Day 2 after a great buffet breakfast we will explore the Three Sisters and Wenworth Falls, followed up by Happy Hour at the Tavern, and maybe a movie at the cinema! Sounds like we need more than a 2 night stay to fit it all in!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Howard L

    We’ve been here twice and both times my two girls have loved it – the pool, the playrooms, Leura and surrounds. It’s one of the very few places that we stayed in where kids can run around and be kids, and the place is actually catered for it. Winning this competition would be wonderful, as it can be our babymoon before the third arrives at the start of 2019!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Bianca Brennan

    This would be an amazing holiday to share with my family! We have had a weekend away camping, but never had an actual holiday as a family, so this would be amazing! We love the blue mountains and to be able to have some time to relax without having to think about daily routines, and have some time out with hubby while the kids enjoy the kids club sounds like perfection!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Howard L

    We’ve been to the Fairmont twice, and both times my two girls loved it – the swimming pool, the playrooms, Leura and surrounds. We’ve been to many hotels in Australia and around the world, and very few cater specifically for kids in the way that Fairmont does. It is a place where I am comfortable to let the kids be a bit more boisterous (within reason). I enjoy the food and in-house cinema there, which shows non-kids movies later in the evening and is a good chance for me to unwind. It would be wonderful for us to go back again, as I would make good use of the spa treatment and it can be our ‘babymoon’ before the third arrives in early 2019!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    jessica T

    It would be babies (6 week old) first holiday! my busy boys (2yo and 4yo) would be delighted with a train ride around the grounds to take their minds of their new big brother duties with our new arrival its all been a bit emotional! #mumlife !!!!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Annaliese Szocs

    We need a little family break where we can take our baby swimming in the heated pool, and for lovely walks, where I can do some Yoga and enjoy the day spa. I haven’t even had a haircut or been to see a movie in well over a year, so some me time is definitely on the cards. And to have someone else cook and tidy up, and just generally get away from all the crazy would be just amazing! Plus wine tasting? Oh yes. Mummy loves a nice glass of wine…it’s literally been a long time between drinks!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Silvana Maenza

    A place to come,unwind and relax as well as get pampered in the day spa in the process as a single mother of two wonderful active boys. They would enjoy the both pools, pony rides and the buffet breakfast is amazing!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Angela Pedron

    It would be amazing to visit the resort as the last time I was anywhere near the Blue Mountains was 35 years ago, now I have two girls (6&9) I know they would love to discover the area and what the Fairmont resort has to offer.
    It would be a great get away as being a single mum, we rarely get away.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Angela Pedron

    I thought I made comment but it isn’t showing up so here I go again, sorry if duplicated.

    It would be lovely to get back to the blue mountains as I was last there 35 yrs ago. I now have two girls (6&9) that I know would love to discover the blue mountains and all that the Fairmont Resort has to offer.
    We rarely get a chance for a getaway as a single parent with 2 kids.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Vanessa Small

    Making family memories and family time is everything to us.My family would love this, a swim in the pool is what we all love but the kidzone is the winner for us. Looking forward a visit

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Lina

    My husband has fond memories of wonderful holidays at the Fairmont when he was young. We would love to share this beautiful hotel with miss 4 and mr 2. They would love the kidszone and pool and generally rambling around the blue mountains.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Rachel

    My daughter and I would love a weekend away to chillax by the pool, she would love to visit the ponies. The Fairmont Resort & Spa has been on our bucket list. And the thought of utilising the kids club in the afternoon whilst I visit the spa is well…..beyond words….other than bliss I would love.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Karina Lee

    I look forward to coming here and throwing my kids in the ball pit to tire themselves out while I head out the back for my much needed spa time!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Briana Green

    The Fairmont Resort would be a perfect stay for our family of four (soon to be 5!). Im thinking that the resort will have so much for the kids to do, pregnant mum will be able to watch on and rest while Dad and the two boys have fun with all the activities on offer. The pool looks amazing, being around bush is awesome so we can all get some fresh air and enjoy being out if the Sydney hustle and bustle, take some bush walks and the short driving time from Sydney is a bonus. I’ll be looking to find an easy family getaway location once the new baby arrives as it’ll be too hectic travelling far while bubs is young!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Toni

    Have been trying to get a accommodation a number of times and have had no success.. it definitely looks very inviting and would like to have a opportunity for my children to experience it all especially so much to do in the one spot no need to move along very much definitely what u need for a weekend away . It would be very relaxing to know the kids will be fully entertained. Fingers crossed ?

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    John Havas

    We haven’t yet stayed at the Fairmont but my brother and his family along with their good friends recently stayed there and loved every second of it. They said its the perfect accommodation for anyone with children or needing a relaxing getaway. It would definitely appeal to my family. We have a 7 month old daughter and we would love and welcome the opportunity to experience the Fairmont and visit one of NSW’s highlights. My wife is from Chicago so still fairly new to what NSW has to offer so every opportunity to travel after a busy and sleepless first 7 months with our little daughter would be fantastic!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Amy

    A family holiday at the Fairmont sounds perfect! We’ve learnt the hard way on previous holidays, that if the little one isn’t happy then no one is ? To find a place like the Fairmont Resort that ticks all the boxes in terms of kids, would make an enjoyable and relaxing holiday for us all – and some wonderful family memories!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Sam Sharpe

    We haven’t taken a holiday in over a year for family financial reasons but have always wanted to go to the Fairmont because it seems to be so family friendly and close to Sydney. There seem to be a number of activities for the whole family to enjoy, but if we were to go we would take a dip in the pool followed by a stroll around the grounds including a visit to the ponies and that kids club in the afternoon sounds like just the thing my husband and I need for some alone time. All in all, the Fairmont seems like the perfect place for respite for families needing a short break.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Melissa Willings

    The pools, so there is swimming whatever the weather, high tea with that glorious view and a family
    Movie night in that glamorous cinema – keeps everyone happy regardless of age!!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Rebeca garrido

    We would love to visit the resort as is a unique opportunity for the family to relax and enjoy.
    The favourite for me it’s the spa treatment and for my daughter for sure having fun in the amazing pool!
    We also enjoy Leura as we finded a magical town

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Carmel

    I remember going to the Fairmont as a child when my Dad had a work conference there. We had such a great time, while my Dad was “conferencing”. It is one of my favourite childhood memories!
    I would love to be able to take my children there, to share the experience with them. The hardest decision will be whether to go in summer for all the outdoor activities or winter for all the outdoor activities….and toasted marshmallows by the fire??

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Trish

    I welcome the great review (thank you) and applaud the amazing looking updates this iconic building deserves.
    I have yet to visit her and would love to see for myself all what this destination can now offer.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Samantha Hozack

    My family and I would absolutely love and appreciate a stay at the Blue Mountains Fairmont! We’ve never been before. We would benefit on so many levels – mentally, emotionally and physically! – and the most important: Plugging in as a family, into the sheer magnificence and stillness of the location, taking in those sweeping views and appreciating where we are. As well as being able to have so much fun in the pools together, enjoying the animals and bush walks and finding the simple beauties of life again!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Mihaela

    We relocated recently to Australia but we already visited Cairns and the surroundings, dived at the Great Barrier Reef, had two road trips to Melbourne and the 12 Apostles and took numerous hikes into the Blue Mountains. So I guess our two kids (8 and 3) would be extremely happy just to relax near the swimming pool or getting bored and doing nothing.

    So yeah, it’s for a good cause!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Ruth Clulow

    The Fairmont would be a dream holiday for our family. We would love to explore the gardens and surrounds, bathe in the pools, enjoy the kids play areas and indulge on the delicious dining options.

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Maria Ryan

    My family love the great outdoors and what better place to explore the outdoors than the Blue Mountains! We are an active family, so tennis, swimming, yoga, gym, running club are all activities that we love and Fairmont Resort & Spa has it all for us, yeah!!!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Greg

    Sounds amazing and the perfect getaway for our family. They had us at ‘kids club’. Keeping fingers crossed for the draw!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Angii Higgins

    The Fairmount Resort sounds like a family paradise which everyone is queuing to get into, it has everything a family needs to relax, rejuvenate, and rest(RRR).

    After the 3RRR, there is so much activities at the Fairmout Resort for the kids could do……why on earth would we leave!! kids and parents heaven in one resorts.

    I wish all families could afford to go here to really RRR, but alas… it has but one lucky family as a winner….. Best of Luck to all the families!
    As parents we all deserve this lucky break!

  • Reply November 16, 2018

    Angie Higgins

    The Fairmount Resort is a paradise for any family where families can relax, rest, and rejuvenate (3RRR). After RRR, the parents and kids activities are fully catered for with the Fairmount Resort excellent recreation and entertainment facilities that you really won’t want to leave….All families are queuing to enter this delightful paradise where no one wants to leave for reality that awaits at home.
    ALL families deserve to win this….Goodluck everyone!

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Kylie Rankin

    The Blue Mountains are a special place for my husband and I as we chose to spend our short honeymoon there and a few anniversaries since!
    I’d love the opportunity to have a family weekend at this beautiful place as we desperately need to have our spirits boosted after losing my Mum and the kids much loved Nan a month ago and the month before that losing our beautiful family dog!
    I think that this prize would be just what we need at the moment and would cheer us up and would be more than appreciated!
    Thank you ?

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Marika Nabung

    My husband and I spent our first weekend together here…21 years ago!
    I think it’s about time we went back.

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Astrid Moniaga

    My family would love to win the opportunity to stay at Fairmont. We’re a family of four with a 3yo and 16mo boys who are very active and just love to explore! So exploring the gardens, the pool, a bit of bush walk, some kids club activities and then a stroll through the magical Leura itself would do great for their beautiful souls. As for me, I’m desperate for some pampering, so that spa treatment sounds heavenly.

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Sally Oughton

    I have lovely memories of exploring the blue mountains with my parents! My young family have just moved back from the UK – and I can’t wait to show my children the beauty of the blue mountains! Leura is a gorgeous place to start exploring from too!

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Sara McHugh

    I’ve heard from lots of friends The Fairmount Resort’ is amazing for kids and adults. Perfect for the whole family. I grew up the other side of the Blue Mountains and spent a lot of amazing trips there with my family. I’m a single Mum and would love to take my 3 little ones anywhere! But the Fairmount would be an absolute winner, they could expirience some of what I did as a kid and have some quality holiday time together with the daily stresses left behind 🙂

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Nicole Stewart

    I would love to have a special family holiday to look back on with the kids, being teenagers I love to get them out and about and feel like we really haven’t explored the beautiful Blue Mountains together yet. The resort looks amazing and I particularly love the thought of strolling through the gardens as a family, visiting the ponies and spending time together in the outdoor pool. I don’t mind being indoors when you can see and do great things as well such as Yoga and the Spa. A visit to Leura is a must do as it is a sentimental favourite of mine since primary school bus trips, day trips with my Dad and Step Mum and one of my first dates with my husband of 20 years. Base don your review, he eateries and stores there sound great too, something we would all enjoy discovering together. To be honest though, you had us at “Buffet Breakfast” alone, the rest is an added bonus.

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Corinne Hartland

    I stayed at the Fairmont Resort when I was 12 with my best friend & family, I have lots of fond memories & would love to revisit now I have two girls similar age who are great friends with her kids today. Making long lasting friendships & special moments together is always fun to look back on & cherish! The resort has so much to offer families & relaxing at the same time for parents to feel pampered & get out & about to explore with the kids.

  • Reply November 17, 2018

    Beryl Truong

    This resort appears to have everything for a family and more. Kids play, pool, spa, ponies, movies, golf, yoga, high ropes – wow, what haven’t they got?!
    I can easily imagine our family of 4 happily staying here for a whole week and not needing to leave. It rivals some of the overseas resorts we normally head to in Asia and all at our doorstep instead of getting on a flight. I’m impressed, we’ll done Fairmont Resort!

  • Reply November 18, 2018

    Peter Klugsberger

    Would love to take my 10-year-old daughter to do horse riding in the Blue Mountains – seems like perfect hotel for that. My other two sons would enjoy the outdoor adventures and the pool. Pick me!!!

  • Reply November 18, 2018

    Renee Najjar

    Whether it’s summer or winter this resort has great activities and leisure for all ages. This restaurant and cafe have everything from a quick bite to a formal romantic dinner. The gardens and leisure areas are spectacular.
    A must to visit and stay if you’re heading towards the blue mountains!

  • Reply November 18, 2018

    emma anderson

    This place looks amazing and a great place to spend quality family time undwinding from daily life. my son would love to explore the gardens being able to find new things being an outsider lover and exploring the beauty of the mountains .I love that there is a variety of things to do i would love to make memories so close to home with my family leura has a special place in my heart and i go there regularly on day trips but i have not been to the fairmont but not i definitely will be.

  • Reply November 20, 2018

    Melanie Bettle

    I would love to win this very generous prize for my family and myself. If I stayed at the Leura Fairmont Resort, I would get up and do yoga, giving my children the chance for the all-important iPad time. This is vital, because staying here, they will not have the opportunity (or inclination) to go online again! We would all eat breakfast together in the restaurant and enjoy the spectacular views. Then we would visit the concierge to learn about the hiking tracks and go and do one – preferably walking along the edge of the valley so we can make the most of the incredible vista. Being in the bush and hearing the bellbirds would be amazing. Back to the resort for a wonderful swim (outdoors if it is hot, indoors otherwise) and a bite to eat – my husband and I are probably still full from breakfast but the kids will be starving!! After lunch, I’d put the kids into kid’s club and head to the spa – I’m sure my husband would play some golf. Finally, a delicious dinner together. What an amazing break!!

  • Reply November 21, 2018

    Barbara

    Both of us work full time and for this reason we love to make the most of the time we spend with the kids. Two days away would give us the possibility to immerse ourselves in some quality time with them. We have never taken them to the blue Mountains and I’m sure they’ll love it! I believe the best activity we would do as a family would be some bush walking, but the ponies and the pool will look quite attractive to the kids too!

  • Reply November 23, 2018

    Tan Sykes

    We would love a weekend at the Fairmont resort!! I have some very fond memories of staying at this resort as a child, and then a young adult. The crackling fireplace, playing cards on enormous comfy couches, the beautiful pool, and of course the incredible surrounds. I would love to take my kids there and share this special spot with them!

  • Reply November 28, 2018

    Stephanie Vella

    Our family would love this getaway!!
    Im pregnant with my second so would be a babymoon for us and a much needed special family time.
    My little boy is an adventurous outdoor animal loving kid. So he would love running around exploring everything and would be very excited to visit the pony!!

  • Reply November 28, 2018

    Caroline

    Reconnect with nature and leave the city busy life for a weekend.. kids would love the pool, walking around the grounds, kicking a ball and overall just total relaxation.

  • Reply November 28, 2018

    Gesa Vivaldo

    It would be so refreshing to go with my family to The Fairmont Resort. We want to show our boys that there is more to life than playing on their electronics!

    At The Fairmont Resort I’m sure that Mr 4 and Mr 6 would have the best time swimming, bush walking and horse riding with their Mummy and Daddy, creating beautiful memories together! And I can just imagine their thrill and excitement- experiencing a ‘room service’ meal/dessert ?

  • Reply December 4, 2018

    Antoinette Joyce

    Fairmont Blue Mountains, an idyllic location!! ? ?
    The perfect resort for a family stay-cation ???????
    No need to venture out, as everything is there ?????
    Parents can actually relax, without a care!! ??
    Eucalypt ? and Ubika ?????, my picks for the stay!!
    Whilst KidZone and pool, will keep kids busy all day!! ????????

  • Reply December 4, 2018

    Antoinette Joyce

    Fairmont Blue Mountains, an idyllic location!!
    The perfect resort for a family stay-cation.
    No need to venture out, as everything is there.
    Parents can actually relax, without a care!!
    Eucalypt and Ubika, my picks for the stay!!
    Whilst KidZone and pool, keep kids busy all day!!

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