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Saddle up and head for the hills! Let one of Spicers Hidden Vale’s station horsemen to lead you on a horse riding adventure taking in all the spectacular sights of the property's natural flora and fauna. Outside Day Riders and Group Bookings also welcome (maximum of 5 per group).
Try our the latest addition to our activities range - laser clay target shooting. Using decommisioned shot guns, laser clay targets is safe for people of all ages. Up to 5 shooters at a time test their marksman skills against each other and themselves in shooting the flying targets, which record each successful hit on the electronic scoreboard. Try this one as a group or individual activity.
Spicers Hidden Vale boasts beautiful scenery and stunning mountain ranges with 4WD tracks taking you to the crest of them. Allow one of our experienced tour guides to lead you on an adventure encompassing the entire property.
Spicers Hidden Vale has an on-site archery range ideal for everyone from first timers to experienced Robin Hoods.
The home of numerous mountain bike races, including the renowned Flight Centre Epic and 3Plus3, Spicers Hidden Vale is ideal for bike riding. Explore the property on one of the complimentary mountain bikes or bring your own. All fitness levels are accommodated with over 50km of tracks weaving through the 12,000 acre property.
Pamper yourself in our onsite cottage day spa, with a range of massage, beauty and therapeutic treatments on offer. The signature treatment 'Hidden Harmony' is a must-do... Find out more >>>
At the end of an action packed day on the property, there's nothing better than the feeling of slipping into the cool hillside rock pool and looking out over the valley at the distant mountains. A 20-metre lap pool is also available.
The benefits of yoga are well known – less stress, improved posture, bodily strength and flexibility, allowing for better sleep, mental calm and clarity of thoughts and more.
If you’re keen to see the region, nearby Toowoomba and the Darling Downs offer something for everyone, from boutique wineries, stylish cafes and heritage exhibitions to rugged national parks, spectacular lookouts and grand old hotels. For the adventurous, you can experience the region from a different perspective embarking on a four-wheel drive tour or even skydiving, while for those who prefer a more relaxed pace there is a vast array of markets and country drives.
If you'd like to explore further afield, just over two hours away is the Granite Belt, Queensland’s premier wine growing region with over 48 boutique wineries as well as an abundance of fresh produce and gourmet foods waiting to be discovered.
The region is also home to spectacular National Parks and during the summer months, host to fabulous events including the Granite Belt Blues, Vine to Divine, Sicilian Vintage Lunch and the Killarney Paragliding Classic, RAAF Base Open Day and Air Show at Amberley, the Gatton Pro Rodeo, Laidley Rural Chelsea Flower Show.
Note: Safety will always come first. Although the advertised minimum age for horse-riding is 12 years, this can depend on the ability of the rider and is for trail rides only. Children under the age of 12 years are also able to choose pony leads as an alternative. Discretion lies with the Spicers Hidden Vale Activities Coordinator and if the young rider does not have the strength or ability, then they will not be permitted to ride. Many families participate in the trail rides (children over the age of 12 are generally better suited) and it offers a unique holiday experience.