Hidden Vale Adventure Park (HVAP)

Grandchester,

Hidden Vale Adventure Park (HVAP) at Grandchester brings a unique outdoor experience to the region, with a multi-use 100 plus kilometre trail network for mountain bike riders, runners and walkers, winding through the expansive 12000 acre Nature Refuge property. Operating out of the luxurious getaway, Spicers Hidden Vale, it's the perfect way to explore the great outdoors in this stunning location just 30 minutes' drive from Ipswich.

Access to Hidden Vale Adventure Park is $10 per adult (kids free with paying adult), with the sprawling property and trail network opening at 7am and closing at dusk. Users sign in and out at reception at Spicers Hidden Vale where you collect a map, and then you have a world-class trail network at your disposal to explore, with great bush scenery, kangaroos for company, and even passing by an abandoned light plane. You also have access to Spicers' top-quality food and beverage options.

The Adventure Park is going through a three-stage expansion to be completed mid 2018, and it hosts events on the property through Epic Events Management. You can participate in timed rides and races and even set up camp during the events, making it perfect for a family-friendly getaway.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child Kids 16 and under ride for free with paying Adult.
Indicative Prices $10 - $349 All access fees go towards the continued development and maintenance of the Park.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily7am - 5pm

Facilities

  • Car park
617 Grandchester Mount Mort Road
Grandchester,
Queensland
Australia

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