QLD COUNTRY - LUXURY STAYS
SPICERS PEAK LODGE, MARYVALE QLD
Located within a two hours drive south west of Brisbane and surrounded by World Heritage listed Main Range National Park, Spicers Peak Lodge offers luxury accommodation and a fine food and wine experience.
The architecturally stunning lodge sits on top of a mountain and offers expansive views of the surrounding area. Spicers Peak Lodge is the perfect romantic or indulgent weekend away. Built in the style of a mountain lodge with high ceilings, fireplaces, rich timber fittings and stylish decor, the lodge offers a secluded boutique retreat away from the pressures of modern life.
With only 10 suites and two private lodges, a stay at Spicers Peak lodge offers an intimate and relaxing experience of one of South East Queensland's most beautiful wilderness areas. By day enjoy bushwalking, mountain bikes and four wheel drive tours of the area, or be pampered with a massage, followed by a dip in the pool or a game of tennis. By night sample gourmet food and wine, relax by the fire or take in the brilliance of stars in clear mountain skies.
$649 per person per night twin share - Lodge Suite
Includes All Meals, select beverages & a range of onsite activities
SPICERS HIDDEN VALE, GRANDCHESTER, QLD
$189 per person per night twin share - Valley Room
Includes Full breakfast daily – Wifi – Daily market garden tour
MT MULLIGAN LODGE - NW OF CAIRNS
$850 per person per night twin share - Outback Room
With the backdrop of its majestic 18-kilometre long sandstone namesake, Mt Mulligan Lodge offers laid-back luxury in the rugged outback environment of Queensland.
Located 160km northwest of Cairns, on a 28,000-hectare working cattle station that bears the marks of the historic gold and coal rush, Mt Mulligan Lodge invites guests to experience the spirit of the outback through a captivating landscape that’s steeped in indigenous significance.
Accommodating just 16 indulged guests in spacious guest pavilions that compliment the landscape and offer a luxurious and charming take on pastoral living, each sanctuary overlooks a eucalyptus-fringed weir and showcases the beauty and moods of Mount Mulligan.
A range of experiences have been designed to make the most of the outback. These include guided tours of the goldfields including a demonstration of Australia's oldest operating gold crusher, exploration of the historic Mount Mulligan coal mine and abandoned township, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) adventures, chef-prepared picnic hampers, barramundi fishing, scenic helicopter flights, guided nature walks and the chance to experience the operations of a working cattle station.
After a day of adventure, guests can soak in an outdoor bath on their verandah, watch the sky turn shades of colour from the Sunset Bar, relax with a book in the cosy main pavilion, dine on a daily changing menu that puts a flavoursome twist on outback living, or sit by the crackling fire pit as the sky fills with glittering stars.