Wellness & Wellbeing

“Your leisure time is your only non-renewable asset” is a quote often heard from Virtuoso’s CEO Matthew Upchurch. We would add to that, "your health, is your most valuable asset”.  

Together the expenditure of leisure time, and the decision to ensure that your positive health and wellness choices travel with you, are influencing the way our guests make their travel choices. It is also broadening the concept of what is wellness travel. From the pure concepts of wellness via dedicated, beautiful spas and retreats, to the powerful reconnection with nature to find knowledge, inner peace and mindfulness, to having access to yoga and other therapy professionals wherever you are, to food, beverage, pillow, music and a myriad of other choices. It is also about having positive impact on where you are as well as how you are.

Taking time out to relax is acknowledged and revered as one of life's true luxuries and essential contributor to wellness and wellbeing. For many, wellness is something that is an expected part of travel, not the journey itself. And can be enjoyed at many of Australia’s luxury lodges. 

The best Luxury Spa in Australia Luxury Spas and The Best Spa Resorts in Australia  


The outstanding One&Only Spa at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley includes six double treatment rooms and offers a distinct range of relaxation, rejuvenation and beauty therapies drawn from a diverse range of techniques from around the world.

Salus Spa at Lake House is a state-of-the-art Spa is surrounded by waterfall fed streams and offers ten treatment areas.

Essentia Day Spa on Lizard Island offers a range of personalised treatments which embrace the powerful healing qualities of nature using the exclusive La Biosthetique skincare range. 

The tranquil and beautifully designed Spa qualia at qualia offers a truly sensory experience. Spa qualia's menu is authentically Australian, incorporating treatments which capture the essence of Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.

Spa Saffire at Saffire is a haven of relaxation, restoration and transformation offering a bespoke spa menu by Celebrity facialist Marionne De Candia, Spa Guru Kirien Withers and natural therapy aficionado Dr Jean Laing.

Acclaimed and awarded, Healing Waters Spa at Silky Oaks Lodgeoffers 7 treatment rooms including Vichy showers, couples rooms, and Sodashi massages, uses the healing power of water and the tranquil sounds of the rainforest to enhance treatments.

Spicers Peak Lodge opened in 2012 a purpose-built Spa Anise facility complete with specially designed treatment rooms, a plunge spa pool on the deck, and a range of unique treatment options.


Some of the lodges have an onsite spa facility or designated treatment spaces such as the lovely petite Capella Spa at Capella Lodge where guests have a choice of indulging in the quirky designer chic of Mambo artist Bruce Goold’s interiors or embracing the outdoors in the Kentia Pavilion or The Bouddi Spa at Pretty Beach House, a haven for guests offering with spa treatments that have been thoughtfully designed to rebalance the synergy between mind, body & soul.

At other luxury lodges, guests may generally enjoy private in-suite treatments including professional therapeutic massage. 

Yoga - Some lodges including Lizard Island, Pretty Beach House, Silky Oaks Lodge, qualia and Saffire offer complimentary yoga sessions for guests. Private yoga sessions may be arranged at most of the lodges. 

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