The seven eco cabins at Spicers Timber Getters location are very similar to those at Spicer Amphitheatre, but with a darker wood exterior which sits sensitively amongst the dark green of the Xanthorrhoea trees surrounding camp


Reserved exclusively for guests of the Scenic Rim Walk, the cabins are positioned deep within the Main Range National Park and have a distinct ‘cabin in the woods’ feel to them. The king-size beds are very comfortable and the hot showers are a welcome relief after a day on the Scenic Rim Trail. The private balconies and louvre windows of the sleeping cabins and the main lodge bring the outside in, and the pretty dining room is a lovely space to enjoy the local food and wine served at the end of the day.

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What's Included

Dinner and breakfast, as per the Scenic Rim Walk itinerary

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Location & Access

The Spicers Timber Getters Eco-Cabins are accessed on foot as part of the Scenic Rim Walk.

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What You Need to Know
Best Room

All rooms are the same

Suitable For

Couples; Solo walkers

Best Nearby Walk

Stay here on the Scenic Rim Walk

Best Nearby Park

Main Range National Park

Best Food & Wine Experience

Breakfast in the main lodge as the woods come alive with bird song

Best Place for Relaxation

By the fire in the dining room


March to November, as part of Scenic Rim Walk

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