30 things to to at Spicers Clovelly Estate this summer

We’ve compiled our favourite things to do in summer to get you excited & make the planning easier. Enjoy a summer holiday to Spicers Clovelly Estate in the beautiful Sunshine Coast Hinterland. 

  1. Recline under an umbrella by the pool with the newspaper or a good book
  2. Cool off with a swim with no crowds to contend to
  3. Be active and explore our 22-acre retreat
  4. Have The Long Apron do all the cooking for you 
  5. Sit in the library and read one of our many books
  6. Take in the views from our Lake View Deck with a cheese plate & bubbles
  7. Indulge at Montville’s Chocolate Country shop only a 3-minute drive away
  8. Enjoy having the time to play board games
  9. Browse the art at the Montville Art Gallery
  10. Ask our team to have your dinner alfresco underneath the jacaranda tree
  11. Cool off in the rock pools at Kondalilla Falls
  12. Sit under the jacaranda tree and read a book
  13. Take a nap – when you like and for however long you want
  14. Order a cocktail at the bar at any time of the day
  15. Order a cheese board and enjoy it anywhere on the property & watch the sunset
  16. Explore the Mapleton Observatory
  17. Book a transfer to Spicers Tamarind Retreat for lunch or dinner
  18. Feel the cool air underneath the canopy of our rainforest
  19. Order a fresh fruit platter to enjoy down by the pool
  20. Lookout over the Glasshouse Mountains from Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve
  21. Book into to have a facial or massage at our onsite Spa Anise day spa
  22. Partake in a cooking class at Spicers Tamarind Retreat
  23. Order something new off the menu each day
  24. Order French tea and scones for morning tea
  25. Explore our market garden and orchard
  26. Get up early to watch the sunrise
  27. Order a picnic & enjoy at the retreat or take it to Mapleton’s Lilliponds Park
  28. Teach yourself how to take some beautiful landscape photos of the rolling hills
  29. Walk around Lake Baroon Dam
  30. Take a stroll along the main street of Montville and you’ll see English Cottages, Bavarian Chalets and an old mill water-wheel