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Bingle Tree Retreat, Maraylya

A purpose built adult retreat in a quiet bush setting – just a 1 hour drive from Sydney.

Bingle Tree Retreat is the ideal romantic getaway exclusively for couples. Each cabin is set in its own private area. Play tennis, take a bushwalk, canoe or just relax in your own private spa. Guest BBQs at your door or choose from a number of wonderful restaurants just 10 minutes away. Comfortable beds with warm fluffy dooners for winter and a cosy log fire. Crisp white linen, fully self-contained kitchen, video and comfy lounge.

Located just one hours drive from the city in the edge of the Hills District in the beautiful Hawkesbury Valley. Set on 30 acres of natural bushland and park gardens, you will enjoy the peace and quiet.

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