Granite belt

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The Granite Belt is a region of South East Queensland. This is the area around Stanthorpe, which is near the New South Wales border.



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Girraween National Park, spectacular granite outcrops and beautiful wildflowers in spring

Sundown National Park, limited access without 4WD.


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Wineries in the area are located around Stanthorpe, Applethorpe and Ballandean. There are a huge number of fantastic wineries in the region and there are plenty of bus tours in the area, so you don't have to drive yourself between wine tastings.

Here are some of the wineries and vineyards you will find in the Granite Belt region:

  • Bald Mountain Vineyard
  • Ballandean Estate
  • Bungawarra Wines
  • Catspaw Farm Winery
  • Robert Channon Wines
  • Codys Wines
  • Felsberg Winery
  • Freeman Estate Wines
  • Golden Grove Estate
  • Granite Ridge Wines
  • Heritage Estate
  • Hidden Creek Vineyard
  • Inigo
  • Jester Creek Wines
  • Kominos Wines
  • Lucas Estate
  • Mary Byrnes Wine
  • Mountview Wines
  • Old Caves Winery
  • Reedy Creek Vineyard
  • Robinsons Family Vineyard
  • Rumbalara Vineyards
  • Severn Brae Estate Wine
  • Severn Hills Vineyard Winery
  • Stanthorpe Wine Centre
  • Stone Ridge Vineyards
  • The Bramble Patch
  • Whiskey Gully Wines
  • Wild Soul
  • Willowvale Wines
  • Windermere Wines Vineyards
  • Winewood Vineyard Winery

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