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The Granite Belt

#3 of 24 things to do in Stanthorpe Features Animals
Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia
0412-579-341
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Peter Gray wine tour

A very professional and friendly service from first contact to being delivered home safely to our... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
lucyframp
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Brisbane, Australia
Food and wine lovers paradise.

If you love good food and good wine, get yourself down to Stanthorpe and sample what this region... read more

Reviewed May 18, 2017
ralphyboy2612
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Brisbane, Australia
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Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A very professional and friendly service from first contact to being delivered home safely to our door. Jeff was courteous, friendly and knowledgeable. We had a great day tasting some lovely wines, and an amazing lunch at the local college QCWT. Would strongly recommend while...More

Thank lucyframp
Reviewed May 18, 2017

If you love good food and good wine, get yourself down to Stanthorpe and sample what this region has to offer. Make sure that you dine at Macgregor Terrace Food Project and visit some wineries that offer lunch (Jester Hill, Robert Channon, Ballandean Estate) and...More

1  Thank ralphyboy2612
Reviewed May 15, 2017

So many things to do and so close to Stanthorpe. We enjoyed lunching at the Granite Belt Brewery and Wallangarra historical railway station, and visiting Ravens Croft winery. A walk through Girraween National Park is also recommended.

Thank Sandra W
Reviewed April 29, 2017 via mobile

This is a great option for short/weekend trips with family, Couple and friends. There are national parks, a lot of wineries with very nice wines and sauces options to buy at reasonable prices, nice weather and good restaurants and pubs (being viscosity pub and anna's...More

Thank Ardlfo
Reviewed April 23, 2017

There is a lot to do and view in the Granite Belt. Rock formations in the Girraween National Park, lots of boutique wineries and farm produce stores and a good range of accommodation for all budgets. We were disappointed though with the limited number of...More

Thank paulen25
Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

Go and visit the Granite Belt if you want a break from the hustle bustle of busy south east Qld. Stanthorpe is only an hour or so from Brisbane but a world away in feel. No traffic lights, no traffic, no stress. Great places to...More

2  Thank avromark
Reviewed March 19, 2017

Since the Granite Belt, which is renowned for their wines and produce, is less than 3 hours from Brisbane and major centres, it's the ideal spot for a short holiday. A number of places allow 1 night stays. Explore the unusual rock formations in 2...More

Thank Sabina S
Reviewed February 28, 2017

Lovely fresh fruit and veggies available. All in close proximity within 15 minutes of town. Wineries and cheese factory. Castle Glen have a great selection of liquor and syrups.

Thank Wendy T
Reviewed February 17, 2017

What a beautiful, friendly town. So much to drink and eat :) Filippos tours are amazing for wine and food tours, highly recommend.

Thank Ben N
Reviewed January 16, 2017

Stanthorpe is close to Brisbane, Toowoomba or the Gold Coast. There is stunning scenery, excellent for weekend visits. Plenty of cottage accommodation if you don't want to stay at a hotel or motel.Home of the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival that is celebrated every "even"...More

2  Thank Kay C
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