Visitors Guide 2018-2019
The Granite Belt, which forms part of the Southern Queensland Country region, is situated on the northern edge of the great New England Tableland, right on the border between Queensland and NSW. At 1000 metres above sea level, the air here is intoxicating – sparkling, fresh – incredibly clean. The Granite Belt is an outstanding place to grow wine grapes, apples, strawberries and all kinds of stone fruit and vegetables. And at important shows throughout Australia, Granite Belt wineries are winning trophies and gold medals. Visit a host of friendly cellar doors and chat to the people who grow the grapes and make the wine. Come whenever you wish, the Granite Belt is always beautiful. Always welcoming.
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