The Bachelor and the two final Bachelorettes stayed in New Caledonia
For this year’s The Bachelor Australia finale, Nick and the two final Bachelorettes of jetted off to the stunning French paradise in the South Pacific, New Caledonia where they stayed at the luxurious and remote Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Spa & Golf Resort.
With views over the UNESCO World Heritage-listed barrier reef on one side, and the rolling hills of the protected Deva Estate on the other; beachfront bungalows; magnificent sunsets; picturesque beaches; epic dates and a unique blend of French and Melanesian culture… it certainly seemed like it had all the ingredients for a fairy-tale ending.
So, while everyone is still talking about the outcome of last night’s final rose ceremony, let’s take a moment (or more) to appreciate the stunningly beautiful setting of this year’s finale.
Here are the insider details:
Where did Nick stay?!
Nick stayed in a luxurious Superior Beachfront Bungalow at the Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Spa & Golf Resort.
Featuring unique architecture influenced by local Melanesian culture, Nick’s standalone bungalow had a private terrace for him to relax and take in the uninterrupted views of white sand and sparkling waters.
Back inside the bungalow – natural light, fresh white walls and wood floors highlighted the vibrant locally inspired accents and offered a contemporary and comfortable place for the Honey Badger to retreat.
About the Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Spa & Golf Resort
The resort is set upon 13 kilometres of white sand beach and has 176 comfortable guestrooms, an outdoor swimming pool with a jacuzzi, a beautiful Deep Nature Spa in between lagoon and forest with a duo treatment room, day beds to relax on the beachfront, kids club and two delicious restaurants on property.
Also offering access to horse riding, hiking, snorkelling and kayaking in the surrounding area – the resort is the perfect place for couples looking for a romantic getaway.
What did Sophie and Nick do on their date?
There is so much to see and do around both above, on and under the waters of New Caledonia’s lagoon and Nick and Sophie wasted no time jumping in.
After meeting on Poe Beach, the active pair jumped onto jet skis and made their way to the beautiful Green Island before heading to Creek Salé.
What did Nick and Brittany do on their date?
Taking a helicopter over Shark Gate, Nick and Brittany took in the spectacular views of white sand beaches and translucent waters, earthly woodlands, farms and mountains.
Later they settled in for a picnic and time together in a treehouse at Nemeara Farm.
How did they get there?
Nick and the Bachelorettes flew direct to New Caledonia with Aircalin.
New Caledonia is just over 2 hours from Brisbane, under 3 hours from Sydney and less than 4 hours from Melbourne.
Missed the episode or just want to get another glimpse of New Caledonia, head to TenPlay, here
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For further information visit: https://www.newcaledonia.travel/au/romance
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