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The Granite Belt, Stanthorpe

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Explore the many attractions of The Granite Belt, an area known for being home to nearly 800 species of flowering plants. The region, named after the predominately granite rocks found in this part of the country, is considered a food lover’s paradise. The area’s 55 orchards, many of which you can visit as part of a guided tour, produce Queensland’s entire $40 million apple crop. Choose from dozens of renowned cheese factories, berry farms, specialty food producers, and boutique eateries that draw thousands of visitors each year. This is also Queensland’s top wine region, with over 50 award-winning wineries producing some of Australia’s finest wines. Adventure seekers can also keep busy on climbing tours of the granite boulders. Add The Granite Belt to your Stanthorpe travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Stanthorpe travel itinerary planner.
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  • It seems Australia one wine production is here. There are 13 wineries. Gravin rocks stones are scattered nearby (Girraween) National Park; It's off the beaten path takes about 3 hours by car from the Gold Coast also offers stylish rooms, a guidebook of Japan not written anywhere. There is worth a visit if the personal travel. Big falls is a little away.
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  • Lovely drives, great wine, cheese produce, national parks... We always love our weekends in the Granite Belt 
  • We love it up here. Lovely wineries, fresh fruit shops, cheese and olive spots. All so nice and the people are very friendly too. 
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