Amazingly positioned at the ridge peak, on a spectacular 8,000 acres, Spicers Peak Lodge offers 360 degrees of breathtaking views across the World Heritage listed Main Ridge National Park.
Spicers Peak is located in the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park, just two hours from Brisbane. Dotted with mountain peaks, escarpments and ridges, the park offers breath-taking views over its rainforest environment and is an excellent bushwalking destination for spotting endangered wildlife. If walking’s not for you, Spicers puts on 4WD, mountain biking and helicopter tours so you can explore this spectacular region at a pace that suits you.
Positioned on a ridge peak as the highest mountain retreat in Queensland, Spicers Peak Lodge offers views out over its 8,000-acre estate. The lodging is a welcoming mix of contemporary and classic design; suites featuring stone fireplaces and spacious wooden decks sit comfortably alongside modern amenities including LCD TVs, iPod docking stations and, in the cade of the Spa Suites, luxurious spa baths. For special occasions, upgrade to a private lodge, which come with its own infinity spa pool.
In the 2016 Brisbane Times Good Food Guide Awards, the lodge’s Peak restaurant was awarded two Chef Hats. As such, a menu supported by fresh, seasonal produce and wines of the Scenic Rim and Granite Belt is sure to impress. Head chef, Dean Alsford's passion is to bring the very best of Australia on a plate to lodge guests. Ingredients are fresh and predominantly local, carefully supplemented with a selection of fine produce from all over Australia, making the evening degustation menu a highlight of any stay.
The Spicers philosophy is to ‘do as much or as little as you like’. Onsite the latter is realised in the clear infinity pool and expansive sun lounge, perfectly complemented by the hotel spa and its single/ double treatment rooms, plunge pool and relaxation lounge. There’s also a games room with billiards, a small library and a collection of board games. For a change of pace, there’s a floodlit tennis court and guided bushwalks offering the chance to spot the region's native wildlife and birdlife, including kangaroos, bushy tail rock wallabies and glossy black cockatoos.
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