For the bushwalking enthusiasts and the wine connoisseurs make sure you put Stanthorpe on your list for your next place to visit. Here’s just a few things listed so you make the most of your stay.


Stanthorpe’s Local Wineries

Queensland’s wine capital is famous for its excellent wine making qualities. Add to your collection of wines by visiting one of more than 40 cellar doors and 55 wineries and taking a tour around the local vineyards. An experience not to be missed. Stanthorpe also supports a variety of fresh produce including apples, pears, stone fruits, vegetables, grapes berries and olives.

Stanthorpe Wineries

All Local Wineries

  • Ballandean Estate

  • Banca Ridge Winery & Cellar Door

  • Boireann Winery

  • Bungawarra Wines

  • Casley Mount Hutton Winery

  • Castle Glen Australia

  • Girraween Estate

  • Golden Grove Estate

  • Granite Belt Brewery & Restaurant

  • Granite Ridge Wines

  • Heritage Wines of Stanthorpe

  • Hidden Creek Wines & Cafe

  • Jester Hill Wines and Cafe

  • Just Red Wines

  • Kominos Wines

Stanthorpe Wineries

Queensland’s Wine Capital

  • Moonrise Estate

  • Mountview Wines

  • Pyramids Road Wines

  • Ravens Croft Wines

  • Ridgemill Estate

  • Robert Channon Wines

  • Robinsons Family Vineyard

  • Savina Lane Wines

  • Sirromet Wines

  • Summit Estate Wines

  • Symphony Hill Wines

  • Tobin Wines

  • Twisted Gum Vineyard

  • Whiskey Gully Wines

  • Wild Soul


Monsters In Hills Made of Pure Granite

The Granite Belt is unique for not just the local wineries but the many national parks. You can climb the Pyramid, Castle Rock or Mount Norman and you will be sure to find a granite monster to climb. The Queen Mary Falls have many beautiful walking track and if you have a 4WD you will find this an advantage in some parts of the national parks. A beautiful place for peaceful picnics or a challenge for the energetic crew.