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what to expect at Wild Mountains escapes

Updated: Jun 6, 2021

Join us for Wild Mountains Escape, held at the unique rustic setting of

Wild Mountains Environment Centre.



Beginning at 10.30 am on the Friday and concluding the Sunday after a gourmet

morning tea. You will be taken care of from the moment of arrival until you leave again.

This event will be both a challenging and nurturing experience. A weekend of

hiking and adventure with time for rest and relaxation. An opportunity to find a

sense of adventure and awe, as you connect in nature with like-minded women.

The Arcadia Adventure mission is to encourage women to be inspired and

empowered by adventure and connecting to the great outdoors. Our focus is to

introduce you to something different, to new landscapes and new adventures.

This weekend escape encompasses our philosophy, “Adventure, then Nurture.”

A guided hike to the top of Mt Maroon is the highlight of the weekend. This

mountain provides one of the best views in South-East Queensland. A 360-degree

view that is sure to bring a sense of reverence and wonder. The hike will be

challenging for some however well worth it for those seeking a sense of

adventure and the magic view that awaits.

A Wim Hof Method breathing technique workshop and ice bath is another one of

the highlights that you will experience.

There will also be gentle yoga offered to help you cultivate a sense of connection

to yourself, each other and the land we practice upon. A perfect way to settle into

a state of relaxation. There will also be time for relaxation and just to be still, in

the beautiful bushland that surrounds the camp.

All meals will be provided for your stay with us. The first evening you will be treated to a delicious campfire meal, with a glass of wine or two and the most beautiful sunset view. In keeping with the Wild Mountains culture all meals prepared and served will be vegetarian.

Thai massage will be available as an additional extra, bookings are essential to secure your spot.

Wild Mountains Environment Centre has been selected as the ideal location with its rustic forest setting. The camp site is set under the eucalyptus trees with views to Mt Maroon and Mt Barney. There is plenty of room for everyone with options for your stay.

Camping Accommodation:

There are 4 x A-Frame tents. Three of these will sleep 4 people comfortably on mattresses on the timber floor. The other A-frame has 2 x single beds and will sleep 2 people.

Caddies Cabin:

Caddies Cabin has 3 bedrooms and a rustic charm. It will sleep 4 people with various bedding arrangements.

Hot showers and composting toilets are available for use at the main hall. Caddies has a private shower and composting toilet for use by those staying in the cabin.


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