Spicers Peak Lodge will host its inaugural season during 2017 showcasing four live events celebrating the cream of Australia’s performance and fine arts.

Encompassing dance, drama, opera, music, circus and burlesque, audiences will be immersed in spectacular art forms at a truly remarkable destination, Peak Lodge, overlooking the stunning Scenic Rim.

Superb dining, luxe beverages and unique artistic performances will mesh to create unforgettable experiences, from select intimate recitals for in-house guests during the winter months, to mid-scale concerts on the manicured lawn where audiences can indulge in local produce and fine wines.

“At Spicers Peak Lodge, we truly believe that art is a visible and audible endorsement of our cultural identity, and we look forward to enhancing Australia’s vibrant and diverse arts community,” said Simon Magnus, Peak Lodge General Manager.

Collusion – Music and Dance on the Mountaintop will open the program of events. Taking place on Sunday, April 23, Collusion will incorporate music from Australian and International composers Elena Kats-Chernin and Peteris Vasks. Four award-winning chamber music musicians and four acclaimed dancers will perform a high quality repertoire underpinned by programming with heart, beauty and warmth.

Guests are encouraged to pack their picnic rugs, cushions and hats for lounging on Spicers Peak’s lush green lawn. A pop-up bar serving Veuve Clicquot Champagne plus a wide range of other beverages will be available from 11.30am. Local produce will also be showcased, with picnic food including pulled pork baguettes, cheese plates and charcuterie with all the accompaniments available to satisfy the most discerning of palates. Produce is sourced predominantly from the bountiful Scenic Rim region.

Ticket packages are available for individuals and couples, with a choice of cheese board and prosecco or picnic hamper with Veuve Clicquot. Or make the most of your visit by booking an accommodation package and enjoy a weekend in the mountains.


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