Spicers Hidden Vale has unleashed a new cattle mustering package that’s set to be a hit with leisure travellers and incentive planners alike.
Spicers Hidden Vale is opening its gates to mustering
The property is offering a full muster experience on January 14, 2011 designed to give guests a true taste of a working cattle station.
Guests can ride out with a musterer to round up the cattle before enjoying a hard earned ‘smoko’ including billy tea and damper, a camp oven lunch and stockyard activities.
Priced from $250 per person, the package includes four hours mustering, billy tea and damper and lunch.
Those wanting to extend their outback experience can camp overnight in Spicers Hidden Vale’s rustic bush cabins from $440 per person and the two day package includes accommodation, the full muster and a barbecue breakfast on day two.
Located at Grandchester, an hour’s drive west of Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Spicers Hidden Vale offers an indulgent farm-stay experience where guests can immerse themselves in the day-to-day life of a 12,000 acre working cattle station.