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Perched atop a mountain on 10,000 acres in Queensland high country, surrounded by the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park and the Great Dividing Range, Spicers Peak Lodge offers an exclusive, intimate Australian wilderness lodge experience.
Sitting over one thousand metres above sea level, Spicer’s Peak Lodge is Australia’s highest non-alpine lodge. From untouched rainforest and mountains, to the pristine backdrop of World Heritage Listed national park and ancient volcanic regions, there is no shortage of untouched wilderness to explore. The lodge is an eclectic mix of contemporary and classic design and has been created with its stunning natural environment in mind.
The Lodge’s suites provide the ideal escape from the everyday with uninterrupted views of the world below. Century-old Scottish bluestone and wide recycled timber floorboards along with signature design elements, bespoke furnishings and local landscape photography add a touch
of style and sophistication to the uniquely relaxing ambiance.
The Lodge Suites in the main building are spacious and feature open fireplaces and private verandas. The Loft Suites have elevated views and cozy reading nooks (with direct access to the mezzanine library!). Perched on the edge of the mountain are two private standalone lodges, both featuring separate lounge rooms and outdoor spas, open fireplaces and private verandas with panoramic views of Spicers Gap.
All meals and beverages, including the celebrated degustation dinner menu, are included at Spicers Peak Lodge where guests enjoy privacy, intimacy and impeccable service. Inspired by the fresh, seasonal, local produce and regional wines of the Scenic Rim and Granite Belt, the contemporary Australian menus deliver a culinary taste sensation. Plus, dining at The Peak extends well beyond the restaurant table, with guests able to peruse the Market Garden and dine at a number of picturesque locations in and around the Lodge.
Spicers Peak Lodge has an infinity pool with amazing views over the Scenic Rim. The pool is unheated & the attached spa is heated.
Children are catered for in the private lodges.
Positioned within the Scenic Rim region of south-east Queensland, 90 minutes drive from Brisbane, one hour from Toowoomba and Wellcamp Airport, and two hours from the Gold Coast, the Lodge is accessible by private car transfer or by chartered helicopter from all areas of southeast Queensland.
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