The seven eco cabins at Spicers Timber Getters location are very similar to those at Spicer Amphitheatre, but with a darker wood exterior which sits sensitively amongst the dark green of the Xanthorrhoea trees surrounding camp
The seven eco cabins at Spicers Timber Getters location are very similar to those at Spicer Amphitheatre, but with a darker wood exterior which sits sensitively amongst the dark green of the Xanthorrhoea trees surrounding camp. The cabins are positioned deep within the Main Range National Park, and have a distinct ‘cabin in the woods’ feel to them. Again the king size beds are very comfortable and the hot showers a welcome relief after a day on the Scenic Rim Trail. The private balconies and louvre windows of the sleeping cabins and the main lodge bring the outside in, and the pretty dining room is a lovely space to enjoy the local food and wine served at the end of the day.
Dinner and Breakfast, per the Scenic Rim Walk itinerary
On foot departing from Spicers Hidden Vale
All rooms are the same
Couples; Solo walkers
Best Nearby Park
Main Range National Park
Best Place for Relaxation
By the fire in the dining room
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.