Just 1.5 hours from Brisbane, the Spicer’s Scenic Rim Trail feels like another world. The only Queensland walk on the Great Walks of Australia, it meanders through UNESCO World Heritage Listed Gondwana Rainforest and open native grasslands along the Great Dividing Range.
This is a journey that leaves people feeling a great sense of achievement. Spicers designed its two or five day guided walks to encourage you to unwind, connect and revive. If you love the outdoors and enjoy a touch of bush luxury, Spicers Scenic Rim Trail is a must for your bucket list.
You don’t have to rough it to enjoy this adventure. Far from it. Spicers guided walks are all-inclusive. Guests can relax knowing that everything is taken care of – from delicious and nourishing meals to the transportation of your luggage.
Knowledgeable guides will lead the way, as you venture on foot through one of Australia’s most unique landscapes.
Scenery, spice and all things nice
Spicers Scenic Rim Trail is a luxury walking experience.
Each night, guests stay at either a glamping tent, an eco-retreat or a farmhouse. Spicer’s luxury Scenic Rim accommodation includes Spicers Canopy Luxury Tents, Spicers Canopy Eco Camp, Spicers Mount Mistake Farmhouse, Spicers Amphitheatre, Spicers Timber Getters Eco Cabins, Spicers Hidden Peaks Cabins and Spicers Peak Lodge.
Personal chefs prepare all the meals, so you can relax and enjoy the atmosphere and the views.
Walks go for two nights start from $1,490 per person twin share or $1,690 single share. Expect to pay around $3,390 for a five day walk.
What to expect from the Scenic Rim Trail
Some of the walkings is on rough tracks, and it’s occasionally steep, but the pace is steady, with an average of 14 kilometres per day. Spicers will transport all your overnight gear for you – so most regular walkers should be able to manage well and enjoy an extra glass of bubbly at the end of the day.
The Scenic Rim Trail is filled with wildlife. You’ll see whip-tailed wallabies and myriad birds. And keep an eye out for koalas, platypus and, on rocky outcrops, furry brush-tailed rock-wallabies.