Explore the ancient World Heritage-listed Gondwana rainforest of the Scenic Rim region


Mt Cordeaux is located in Main Range National Park, part of the World Heritage-listed Gondwana rainforest of southeast Queensland's Scenic Rim region. The walk begins with your private guide leading you through the ancient rainforest canopy, where you have the opportunity to hear and perhaps even sight the threatened Albert’s Lyrebird which is known to inhabit the mountainside. Eventually, you’ll emerge onto a sunny ridgeline before reaching Bare Rock and enjoying views over the mountain escarpment. A packed lunch is enjoyed on the mountain before returning to your luxury accommodation.


Year-round, subject to weather

Note: This experience is only available when booked with accommodation at Spicers Peak Lodge or as part of the Scenic Rim Walk. For additional private journey options, contact our Journey Designers.

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Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit Queensland?

There is no best time to visit Queensland as this spectacular Australian state has something to offer year-round. Depending on your destination though, you might want to pick a specific season.