Lilianfels has continued to show a strong commitment to reducing its carbon footprint, particularly through its waste management processes. Over its first and second audits Lillianfels has decreased its greenhouse gas emissions from 114 kg carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e) per room per night to 101 kg CO2-e per room per night.
Lillianfels Blue Mountains Resort and Spa is situated within the grounds of the historic homestead and original summer residence of Sir Frederick Darley, the sixth Chief Justice of NSW.
Lillianfels covers two acres of garden and includes luxury accommodation with a capacity of 85 rooms, a detached restaurant ‘Darleys’, and a significant pool and day spa facility.
Lillianfels is part of the Escarpment Group, which also includes other prestige accommodation venues the Hydro Majestic, Echoes and Parklands.