Spicers Peak Lodge

Location: Queensland | Australia

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

One of Australia’s most luxurious mountain getaways, Spicers Peak Lodge balances atop the Heritage listed Main Range National Park. As the highest non-alpine lodge in Australia, soak up the superlative vistas of Queensland’s Scenic Rim from your secluded spot on top of the world, as you indulge in seven-course gourmet feasts and delectable local wines.
Perfect forFood-loving couples on a luxury getaway.
In the knowMake the most of the vast wine cellar and let the knowledgeable sommelier pick out the perfect bottle for you.

Recommended for...

  • Setting & Views
  • Walking & Trekking
  • Family-friendly
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview

Where

Maryvale; a two-hour drive from Brisbane along the Cunningham Highway.

Rooms at Spicers Peak Lodge

With just ten suites and two lodges, a stay at Peak Lodge is an intimate affair. Each exclusive suite reflects its natural surroundings, with warm, earthy hues colouring its interior. Making the most of its mountain-top position, every room is complete with its own incredible views, and many come with cosy fireplaces for the chillier evenings on the peak.

Food and facilities

Having acquired an acclaimed reputation on the culinary circuit, the chef at Spicers Peak Lodge produces some exquisite dishes for the discerning palate. Operating under an all-inclusive system, you’ll be treated to a la carte breakfasts, two-course lunches, canapés and the famous seven-course tasting menu, not to mention copious wine selections and sundowner cocktails.

Activities at Spicers Peak Lodge

Work up an appetite on guided nature walks or bushtucker walks around this picturesque region, finishing up with afternoon tea at the lodge; or take the path less travelled on a four-wheel drive through the rainforest and enjoy a wine and cheese feast at sunset. Alternatively, let the chef prepare you a picnic hamper to enjoy in complete rural privacy, or opt for a relaxing treatment at the Spa Anise.

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