Spicers Peak Lodge

Maryvale, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$1199.00 to AU$2429.00 Accommodation - All Inclusive

Located two hours south west of Brisbane and surrounded by World Heritage listed Main Range National Park, Spicers Peak Lodge is a luxurious gastronomic mountain lodge.

The architecturally stunning lodge sits on top of a mountain and offers expansive views of the surrounding area. Built in the style of a mountain lodge with high ceilings, fireplaces, rich timber fittings and stylish decor, the lodge offers a secluded retreat from the pressures of modern life. With only 10 suites and two private lodges on the edge of the escarpment, a stay at the lodge offers an intimate and relaxing experience of one of South East Queensland High Country's most beautiful wilderness areas.

By day enjoy bushwalking, mountain bikes and four wheel drive tours; take a dip in the pool or a game of tennis. By night sample fine food and wine, relax by the fire or take in the brilliance of stars in clear mountain skies.

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  • Free Wifi


  • Bar
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Cycle/Running Path
  • Day Spa
  • Equipment Hire
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gardens in property
  • Ice
  • Iron
  • Library
  • Masseur/Masseuse
  • Movie Hire
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets not allowed
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Room Service
  • Safety deposit box
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool - Heated
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tennis Court - Full Size
  • TV/Lounge Area
  • Walking Tracks
  • Wood Heater/Pot Belly


  • Animal Viewing
  • Birdwatching
  • Bushwalking
  • Cycling
  • Guided Walks
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming
  • Tennis

Other Information


Facilities are available for guests with a disability. The Lodge consists of one disabled suite along with easy access to all facilities.
Wilkinsons Road
Maryvale, Southern Downs Area

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12 June – 26 July 2015
Dorothy Haig is an installation artist stimulated by specific sites, environments or ideas and using a diverse range of materials. Her work is located at the intersection of art, imagination and memory. Viewers of this exhibition have the opportunity to explore the "make-do" magic of women's work with encased in recycled mosquito netting in Laced With Place, while the interiors of a collection of boxes in The Phantasmagoria of the Interior reveal secret remnants of dreams and memory printed on elegant silk scrolls. Memory Keepers jogs our recollections of the threads of our past lives as we engage with shadow box art stories that examine the domestic activities of our grandmothers: the caretakers of our collective memory.

Abbey of the Roses - Christmas in July

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
4 July 2015
Christmas In July dinners at the Abbey Country House Manor, have become a popular annual event in Warwick. They are held every Saturday night and include a three course set dinner, four hour beverage package, Christmas trivia, Santa on arrival and it nearly always snows at the famous Christmas in July Dinners. Accommodation is limited so book early. Warwick Jumpers in Jazz festival is the last two weekends and there is a 2 night minimum stay these nights.

Rose City Country Markets

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
12 July 2015
At the Rose City Country Markets you will find anything from boutique products to bric-a-brac including: Produce, Ornaments, Plants, Toys, Jewellery, Jams, Art and Craft, Woodwork, Health products, Furniture and Books. Held in Australiana Park the market is easily accessable to the traveller as it is located on the highway and you can find parking in the car park and adjacent streets. This market is a great place to stop if you are taking in a scenic drive or visiting Warwick for the weekend. Held the second Sunday of every month.

Jumpers and Jazz In July Festival

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
16 – 26 July 2015
Jumpers and Jazz in July is a celebration of winter in Warwick on Queensland's Southern Downs. A combination of amazing outdoor art, country hospitality and live jazz performances will warm you up even on the chilliest winter's day. Yarn bombing, exceptional art and craft exhibitions, vibrant street celebrations and a myriad of events complete a festival experience that has the region bursting at the knitted seams in July. The program features two weekends jam packed with things to do.

Jumpers and Jazz Winter Dinner

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
17 July 2015
Taste and experience Southern Downs with a regional feast in the historic Warwick Town Hall followed by the amazing talent of Emma Pask and John Morrison Trio, presented by Queensland Music Festival. Queensland Music Festival continues its commitment to introducing world-class musicians to regional and remote communities by sending stunning jazz vocalist, Emma Pask, out with the outstanding John Morrison Trio for company. Canapés featuring Glen Aplin mushrooms and organic mallow Lamb, Antipasto platters featuring Stanthorpe Cheeses, locally cured and smoked meats, and Coolmunda olives. Mains slow roasted rib fillet or pulled pork and dessert the famous Sutton's Apple Pie and panacotta. Described by James Morrison as 'the greatest gift to jazz vocals in the last decade', Pask's voice, talent and style are as unmistakable as her refreshing and unpretentious approach - both to music and to life.

Jazz on the Mountain

Maryvale, Southern Downs Area
18 July 2015
Enjoy Jazz on the Mountain from 1-5pm with The Blue Violets. There will also be a Gallery Display by local Artists, wine tasting for the big kids supplied by Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard at Boonah, local cheeses to try supplied by Granite Belt Dairy, local juice and ciders supplied by Suttons Juices, billy tea and damper available from 3pm. Watch the butter making demonstration 2.30pm by Cyril Ryan then enjoy a Ploughman's Buffet Lunch. Bookings Essential. Your first glass of wine, juice or cider is on them. Enjoy a selection of cured meats, local pickles, relishes and condiments, freshly made salads, antipasto and crusty rolls, fresh fruit and a assortment of cheese to tempt the taste buds.
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18 July 2015
Join your hosts at this Instameet to capture the yarn bombing experience that is the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival in Warwick in Southern Queensland Country. A combination of amazing outdoor art, country hospitality and live jazz performances will warm you up even on the chilliest winter's day. Yarn bombing, exceptional art and craft exhibitions, vibrant street celebrations and a myriad of events will provide great photo opportunities. Meet at the Warwick Art Gallery Courtyard at 10.30am and they will walk you through the Instameet and the hashtags to use (#thisisqueensland #sqcountry #jumpersandjazz #ilovetoyarn). For those looking to stay longer there is a 1.5 hour steam train trip aboard the Downs Dasher; a Town Crier's tour of the historic buildings in the central business district; an arm knitting workshop with Del Bryant; and the Killarney Bonfire Night and Fire Drum Exhibition offering a unique opportunity to photograph something spectacular.

Open Garden, Tea & Tour

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
19 July 2015
Country House Manor - Abbey of the Roses is a heritage listed 123 year old Victorian sandstone building in South East Queensland. The Abbey of the Roses will open their doors to the general public who have pre-booked for a Morning Tea and Tour on selected Sundays. Enjoy a self serve morning tea of scones, jam and cream followed by a ground floor guided tour of this magnificent old former Sisters of Mercy convent, with the opportunity to purchase antiques. Abbey of the Roses is a boutique bed and breakfast and award winning wedding function centre located. For an afternoon with a difference Sunday Morning High Tea and Sunday High Tea Lunch also available to book - no door sales for any events. Morning tea and tours can also be pre-booked on most days for groups of 10 or more, as well as group lunches of 20 or more.
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1 August – 13 September 2015
More than 50 exquisite watercolours from the Queensland Art Gallery ' Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) Collection will be on display when 'Transparent: Watercolour in Queensland 1850s-1980s' visits Warwick Art Gallery. 'Transparent: Watercolours in Queensland 1850s-1980s' reveals the considerable talent and achievements of Queensland's great watercolour artists including Conrad Martens, Harriet Jane Neville-Rolfe, J.J. Hilder, Kenneth Macqueen, WG Grant, Isaac Walter Jenner and many others who occupy a significant place in the history of Australian art.

Abbey of the Roses - High Tea Lunch

Warwick, Southern Downs Area
9 August 2015
Make some memories with family or friends at an Abbey High Tea. Partake in a high tea lunch at this Country Manor House on the Southern Downs. Includes a welcome glass of sparkling, mini savoury and desserts for lunch with pots of black tea, bagged herbal tea. View antiques for sale whilst on a history tour of the downstairs. No bring your own but other beverages can be purchased. Wander the gardens before or after your High Tea. Doors open at 12.30, if you arrive early feel free to wander the gardens. Bookings are essential so please don't just turn up as they only cater for those who have prepaid. Accommodation is available at the Abbey for an extra treat. Abbey of the Roses is just two hours south of Brisbane, one hour south of Toowoomba and 45 minutes north of Stanthorpe.
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