Spicers Tamarind Retreat

Maleny, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$399 to AU$599

Situated along a secluded lane near the charming village of Maleny, Spicers Tamarind blends the exotic flavours of the Far East with a soothing natural environment.

Spicers Tamarind Retreat offers 14 Villas to ensure your stay is luxurious, private and relaxing. Accommodation consists of Luxury Falls Villas offering a king bed, fireplace, balcony, outdoor cedar hot tub, plush robes, television and internet access. Luxury Forest Villas offer spacious accommodation with two bathrooms, lounge room with open fireplace and a double day bed on your private deck to name a few features.

Taste the award-winning Modern Asian cuisine at The Tamarind on-site restaurant, learn the secrets in the purpose-built cooking school, be pampered in the spacious day spa, or laze in the outdoor pool. Pure bliss!

Located less than 90 minutes drive from Brisbane in the lush Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Please note The Tamarind restaurant is closed for dinner Monday evenings.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Luxury Forest Villa

Each Forest Villa offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious lounge with open fireplace, Nespresso machine and timber deck overlooking the rainforest. The master bedroom has the option of king bed or two king singles, with a large adjoining bathroom complete with deep cocoon bath, separate shower and courtyard. The second bedroom also has the option of king bed or king singles with an adjoining ensuite.

Relax and take in the peaceful surrounds on the timber deck complete with king size day bed and outdoor setting. Ultra spacious accommodation for couples, families and groups.

This two-bedroom stand-alone villa is perfect for a family or group. One of it’s kind, this villa features full kitchen facilities, luxury amenities, an open wood-burning fireplace and a verandah with an outdoor setting. Each bedroom has it's own ensuite with a shower.

Spa Studio

The Spa Studio captures stunning rainforest views from its open plan king size bedroom. This suite offers a private deck overlooking lush forest from your own cedar hot tub and luxury amenities. The Spa Studio adjoins their conference room and cooking school.

Luxury Falls Villa

Their Luxury Falls Villas feature private outdoor cedar hot tubs and are located adjacent to Gardners Falls. Each villa offers separate lounge area, dual showers and combustion fireplaces.

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