Spicers Peak Lodge is set amongst some of Australia’s most diverse natural landscapes, including rugged mountain escarpments, ancient volcanic regions, and World Heritage Listed National Park and rainforest
Spicers Peak Lodge is set amongst some of Australia’s most diverse natural landscapes, including rugged mountain escarpments, ancient volcanic regions, and World Heritage Listed National Park and rainforest. With just 10 suites including two private lodges with stunning mountain views, the Lodge offers a unique wilderness experience for a handful of guests at a time. Lodge guides are on hand to lead guests on short walks, mountain bike rides or to set up a campfire in time for a sunset drink. All-inclusive dining showcases regional produce, and guests enjoy select beverages throughout their stay. Spicers Peak is the flagship property for Spicers, and one of the Luxury Lodges of Australia. A perfect blend of nature and relaxed luxury, and only 2 hours from Brisbane.
Arrival mini-bar, daily light lunch, 4 course a la carte dinner experience with paired wines, gourmet breakfast, all-inclusive beverage selection, daily onsite activities such as short walks, mountain biking, and a cheese and wine tasting experience
Located in the Scenic Rim region of South-East Queensland; access from Brisbane (a 2 hour drive)
One Bedroom Lodge for its heated pool
Best Nearby Park
Main Range National Park and Lamington National Park, both part of the World Heritage Area that covers the Scenic Rim area
Best Place for Relaxation
Heated plunge pool overlooking the valley below
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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.