The final night of the 5 day Scenic Rim Walk is spent on private land overlooking the Great Dividing Range, with six private ensuite cabins each with their own fireplace and balcony deck

1Overview
Overview

The final night of the 5 day Scenic Rim Walk is spent on private land overlooking the Great Dividing Range, with six private ensuite cabins each with their own fireplace and balcony deck. The main lodge features a beautiful dining area where guests toast their achievement over a celebration dinner. The camp also features a sandstone fire pit with a seating area, perfect for stargazing and storytelling before retiring to bed. The mornings here are special with the sounds of nature everywhere as the sun rises over the quintessentially Australian landscape.

Spicers Hidden peaks deck
Spicers Hidden Peaks camp
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2Inclusions
What's Included

Dinner and Breakfast, per the Scenic Rim Walk itinerary

3Location & Access
Location & Access

On foot departing from Spicers Hidden Vale

4Insider Advice
What You Need to Know
Best Room

All rooms are the same

Suitable For

Couples; Solo walkers

Best Nearby Walk

Stay here on the Scenic Rim Walk

Best Nearby Park

Main Range National Park

Best Food & Wine Experience

Breakfast in the main lodge as the woods come alive with bird song

Best Place for Relaxation

By the firepit at night

Season

March to November, as part of Scenic Rim Walk

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Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit Queensland?

South East Queensland including Brisbane and the Scenic Rim feature similar weather patterns to much of NSW with a sub-tropical climate bringing hot humid days in summer and drier warm or mild days in winter and Spring.