It is no secret that a summer wedding in South East Queensland is uncomfortable. With soaring temperatures and humid weather, it is common for couples to opt for the cooler seasons of spring and autumn to get married.
Wedding Coordinator Sarah Buckle, from Spicers Peak Lodge is an expert in delivering brides their picture perfect wedding and from her experience there is one place perched on top of a hill in the Great Dividing Range that provides the ultimate landscape for a Queensland summer wedding.
“Spicers Peak Lodge is simply the most amazing location for a summer wedding in Queensland,” said Sarah.
“The first thing I noticed when I started at Spicers Peak Lodge was the weather, not just the enchanting clouds that roll across the mountains or the endless blue sky days, but the climate is so different. With the average temperature at the lodge being 8-10 degrees cooler than Brisbane, our seasons provide us with a chilly winter (often in the negative temperatures), but best of all a temperate and wonderfully pleasant summer,” she said.
The lodge is located 1,100m above sea level on 8,000 acres of natural beauty situated in the Main Range National Park just 2 hours drive from Brisbane.
Specialising in destination weddings with elopement packages for just the couple through to exclusive use weddings for up to 60 guests, the architecturally designed lodge offers ten suites as well as two private lodges, accommodating up to 26 guests. The onsite restaurant, The Peak Restaurant, awarded One Chef Hat in the 2018 Good Food Guide, offers a range of culinary experiences from roving canapes, to shared banquets, to a 5 course tasting menu with paired wines match by in house Sommiler, Nivard Nelson.
“The Queensland high country setting, beautiful venue, magnificent mountain views, award winning dining and personal, friendly service provide all the essential ingredients to make the perfect day for any couple,” said Sarah.
“We also offer such a variety of activities to turn the special day into a weekend of celebrations – with guided hikes, mountain biking trails, onsite day spa, outdoor fire pit, the experiences are endless,” she said.
“And best of all Spicers Peak Lodge has the most beautiful summer weather with the temperatures reaching a maximum average of 25 degrees and low humidity. A summer wedding here is the perfect time to enjoy the lush green grass, summer sunsets, outdoor dining, all within a luxuriously intimate setting,” said Sarah.
If this has got you reconsidering your wedding date, take a look at the ultimate summer wedding at Spicers Peak Lodge with a ‘two day height of luxury package:
Explore the property, take a dip in the pool or enjoy our onsite day spa before beginning the celebration with a grazing station and drinks around our fire pit, followed by a 3-course dinner and luxury accommodation. The following day, relax with breakfast and lunch delivered to your room. Tie the knot on our northern mountain facing lawn and enjoy the ultimate Peak experience with drinks and canapes, a 5 course tasting menu dinner and late night cheese and charcutterie station, as well a 5 hour Peak beverage package. Continue the celebration with a morning-after breakfast for the group and leisurely checkout.
We invite you to come and see for yourself just how truly amazing Spicers Peak Lodge is. Call 1300 253 103 to arrange a viewing with onsite Wedding Coordinator Sarah to discover this amazing wedding venue.
Read more on our summer wedding specials in our wedding guide.