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Spicers Clovelly Estate

Montville, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$399 to AU$799

Spicers Clovelly Estate is one of the Hinterland’s most luxurious and intimate experiences. Comprising just 10 suites to ensure the highest levels of individual service are maintained, Clovelly offers old world charm with modern French influence in a contemporary setting where guests can be swept away in the romanticism of a European escape.

Hidden on a hill in the lush hinterland lies a place that is part retreat, part European Estate and part home away from home. With just 10 exclusive suites, this is Spicers Clovelly Estate, your intimately unique Sunshine Coast hideaway.

Located just five minutes from Montville in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland, Spicers Clovelly Estate feels like a million miles away. From the moment you drive through the entrance into the stately 22 acres of grounds filled with grand figs, shaded jacarandas and groves of magnolias and gardenias you’ll feel more like you’re in the heart of Provence – especially once you see the stunning French provincial architecture of the main house. An oasis in the country? Oui.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
38-68 Balmoral Road
Montville, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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Mary Valley Art Festival

Multiple Locations
30 June 2016
The Mary Valley Art Festival is held on the first weekend each July in Imbil, Mary Valley Country, and showcases entries from talented artists throughout South-East Queensland in a competition offering more than AUD6,000 in prize money. Each year the artwork on display is testament to the creative abilities of individuals residing in their communities, while visitors attending the festival share the privilege being able to view or buy the results of many hours of intense effort and passion.

Gympie Music Muster

Multiple Locations
Free Entry
25 August 2016
The Gympie Music Muster is Australia's favourite outdoor country music and camping festival. Held in the beautiful and normally peaceful Amamoor Creek State Forest Park, this iconic Aussie music festival brings music and mateship together under one big open roof, offering an experience like no other. The 35th Gympie Music Muster will be held over 4 days from 25th to Sunday 28th August 2016 in one of Queensland's most beautiful National State Parks, with over 50 hectares of well maintained, planned camping facilities, plenty of hot showers and toilets, and a central entertainment precinct. Located just 40-kilometres south-west of Gympie, it's an easy drive 2-hours north of Brisbane, and only 45minutes from stunning Noosa and heritage listed Fraser Island. Make 2016 the year you must do the Muster! and remember "There are no strangers at the Muster, just friends you haven't met yet"

Jungle Love Festival

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  • Free WiFi
25 November 2016
A boutique music festival that celebrates up and coming local musicians, artists and art workers. They follow a different model to most other festivals whereby they closely curate the entire program and add in different acts that they know most people are unaware of but will thoroughly enjoy, creating an element of surprise. They bring this all together in the beautiful natural surrounds of Borumba Deer Park in Queensland, where the stages back onto the lush Yabba Creek where punters often take a swim break before having another dance.
Free Entry
10 June 2016
The Sunshine Coast hinterland town of Maleny will come alive this year with a magical celebration of winter arts and crafts. Aimed at giving visitors a chance to discover new skills and creativity using yarns and fibres. A fun day out for the whole family. The town’s beautiful streetscape will literally be wrapped in art, as the Knitfest Team yarnbomb trees, buildings and inanimate objects. A special treat will be the seven foot high yarn and fibre decorated lanterns which will light up the night. The festival will also involve workshops, classes, speakers, knitting for causes, forums, music, craft and suitcase markets, trade stalls, demonstrations, competitions, displays and street theatre. Ride the Knitfest Mystic Bus as it weaves it’s way through the township, as well as taking visitors to Maleny Cheese, Maleny Mountain Wines and the spectacular Maleny Botanic Gardens. Yarnbombing will be a showcase feature of the festival, and their Knitfest volunteers have been working hard to prepare the many yarnbombing projects for this year's event. Volunteers meet every Thursday in Maleny. If you would like to become involved, sell your crafts or enter the many competitions in this creative festival, please contact the Festival Team, all ages welcome.
Free Entry
25 June 2016
Four Queensland artists with over 200 years combined experience will be showing their paintings at Art on Cairncross, Maleny in an exhibition entitled “Mutual Respect”. The artists, Rex Backhaus-Smith, Tom McAulay, Mike Nicholas and Rick Everingham have known each other for close on 50 years but have never exhibited together as a group, despite always supporting each other at their individual exhibitions over the years. “Mutual Respect” will open at Art on Cairncross on Saturday June 25th at 3.00pm and continues until Sunday July 10th. This is an exhibition not to be missed by anyone who has had an interest in Queensland art over the past 50 years.
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7 October 2016
Weekend Photography Workshop David Pedler's workshop is a fun weekend for people who want a better understanding of their DSLR camera. Enjoy a weekend of country hospitality and learn some great skills to help you get the most from your camera and most importantly take better photos. Amamoor Lodge provides opportunities at every turn to photograph the fabulous native flora and fauna and the beautiful Mary Valley landscape. Suitable as a refresher for those who have attended a prior course or have some knowledge; also suitable for beginners. Assignments can be tailored to participants' requirements. This course is not suitable for compact cameras without full manual capability. Non participating partners welcome
12 August 2016
Join artist Jo Williams for an indulgent midweek getaway at the beautiful Amamoor Lodge in the Mary Valley. Jo William's experimental and conceptual drawing classes are devised to change your perceptions and bring you out of your comfort zone in a respectful, safe and protected environment. You will learn about space, shape, composition, tone, line and colour and most of all you will have fun. Be pampered at the Amamoor Lodge with fine country cooking, modern comfort and inspiration in every direction.

Mary River Festival

Multiple Locations
12 November 2016
The Mary River Festival, held each year in Kandanga in early November has acquired a reputation of being one of the friendliest, most laid back festivals you'd find, with a great mix of top music, art, kid's activities and much much more. This festival runs on a not for profit basis with an incredibly lean budget, through the generous involvement of local community groups, as well as a number of individuals, and enjoys wonderful support from musicians and participants. As well as the sense of community though, what really powers this festival is the exuberance unleashed in 2009, after Peter Garrett gave the federal thumbs-down on the Traveston Crossing Dam proposal. It was that enormous relief and the grabbing in both hands of the ongoing environmental stewardship of the Mary River that runs through every part of this festival.
3 June 2016
Join Kerry at the beautiful Amamoor Lodge for an indulgent art experience Expressive Drawing These expressive drawing workshops will take the natural world as subject for mixed media drawings. Stimulating gestural mark-making exercises are combined with a more sustained approach to layering in drawing. Explore a variety of media such as charcoal, pastel, gesso, shellac and ink, on a variety of papers to create an engaging series of drawings. Working both outdoors and in the studio you will discover ways of seeing, creating, expressing and just how liberating drawing can be.
  • Free WiFi
2 September 2016
Colin's workshops are aimed at people with a serious interest in photography - people who enjoy capturing their world in camera and who are looking to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge. The workshop is essentially concerned with introducing students to the creative techniques of photography. For many years Colin has been one of Australia's most prominent Fashion and Advertising Photographers, working on many major national and international accounts. He freelanced extensively for numerous leading fashion magazines 'Vogue', 'Dolly', 'Cleo', etc. producing numerous covers and fashion spreads. A digital SLR camera and a tripod is required. Colin will help students to become masters of their cameras and to employ them in the most imaginative and innovative ways. Two workshops are offered the first addressing night and low light situations while the second focuses on making the most of morning and daylight. Enjoy country hospitality at the beautiful Amamoor Lodge.
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