Granite Belt Brewery
Create your very own tasting paddle with eight craft beers and ales, freshly brewed onsite at our micro brewery. Enjoy the cosy ambience of our Brew Bar or dine of chef prepared delights in our restaurant.
Granite Belt Wineries
Discover a personal and friendly wine experience. Meet the vignerons and winemakers who grow the fruit and make the wine you are sampling. Explore the Strange Bird Alternate Wine Trail.
Suttons Apple Farm
Sample gourmet apple juices and sparkling apple cider naturally fermented and aged on in the farm distillery. Salivate over the range of farmhouse preserves and a sensational apple pie.
Visit Queensland’s highest and coldest dairy farm cheese shop. Their artisan cheeses are made from a single herd of pure bred Jersey cows making the cheeses totally unique and seasonally different.
Winery & Attractions Tour
Join a private guided tour of the local wineries, fresh produce outlets and attractions. Sample all the goods without having to drive, meet new friends and enjoy the local guide commentary.
Boonoo Boonoo Falls
Spectacular waterfalls and swimming in waterholes makes for a refreshing adventure after a hike in the mountains. They are located close to Bald Rock and a pleasant drive from Granite Belt Brewery.
Truffle Discovery Centre
Known as ‘Black Diamonds’, the rare French Black Perigord Truffle is one of the most expensive edible fungus in the world. See, smell and taste truffle products as part of a fully immersive experience.
Granite Belt Christmas Farm
Great for young & old! Feed the animals, be amazed by the rows of live Christmas trees, embrace that special Christmas feeling in the Christmas store and indulge in Belgium Chocolate.
Aloomba Lavender Farm
Part of a 4000 acre cattle property, the lavender spans six acres with approximately 12,000 plants. Purchase lavender, soaps, cosmetics, and essential oils from the onsite gift shop.
Market in the Mountains
These popular markets are held monthly on Sundays between 8.00am and 12.00pm. Celebrate our talented artisans as they showcase unique crafts they have baked, sewn or grown. Find your unique gift.
A visit to Kent Saddlery is reminiscent of an old time saddlery store; with saddles and leather gear for sale, along with stocks of other familiar items and some interesting and novel products.
Mt Stirling Olives
Stroll among the olive grove with over 3500 olive trees, why not take home your very own? Taste locally grown olives, condiments and oils. Purchase unique gifts from the estate cellar door.
Bald Rock National Park
Climb Bald Rock, with its huge expanse of granite. See the delicate balance in nature and soak up that view! There are many well signed walking tracks for all ages and fitness levels.
Granite Belt Maze
Enjoy a couple of hours getting lost in the Granite Belt Maze. The object of the maze is to make you search the maze from side to side and end to end looking for individual clues, so you can solve your riddle!
Ashbern Strawberry Farm
For a real berry delight, pick your own strawberries from the patch or buy them freshly packed from the cafe. Picking season is between October and May. Sample yummy homemade treats.
Sample a selection of over 100 plus preserved made in small batches from the tasting bar. Enjoy a meal featuring Jamworks product, relax with a wine and tuck into a freshly prepared platter.
The Ugg Boot Lady
Get some comfy footwear for winter in Stanthorpe. All footwear products are made from 100% genuine double-faced sheepskin. They also stock leather goods, sheepskin products and gifts.
Mountain Bike Trails
Across the road from Granite Belt Retreat is Broadwater State Forest. These lovely, shaded trails are popular for walking and mountain biking. The trails are sand based and ride ready even after rain.
What’s not to love about a visit to the beautiful Granite Belt Region. There’s so much to do here. Foodies will love the delicious local produce and exceptional wines. Be sure to explore the Strangebird Wine Trail and call into our many family-owned cellar doors. Need to walk off some of that food and wine? Head to Girraween National Park for your nature fix.