Where is the Granite Belt?

Stanthorpe is the largest town in the Granite Belt.  Stanthorpe can be found in Queensland, Australia, within 2.5 hours drive south-west of Brisbane.

It’s located near the Queensland and New South Wales state border.  The Granite Belt sits high on a plateau of the Great Dividing Range, at Queensland’s coolest and highest altitudes. Its lowest point is 700m above sea level, and peaks at 1200m, making it Australia’s highest wine producing region. The Granite Belt is small, stretching just 60kms from north to south, but it’s an area packed full of wineries,  foodie delights and much to discover.

 

 

Getting There

By Bus

Bus transport is available to Stanthorpe from Brisbane and from Toowoomba with Crisps Coaches.  View the route, timetables and book here: www.crisps.com.au

Self-Drive

By road travel distances to Stanthorpe:
Brisbane……….. 230km
Toowoomba.….. 140km
Gold Coast…….  250km
Sunshine Coast.350km
Byron Bay…….. 260km

Note: Brisbane is the nearest International Airport.

 

Table Source: Southern Qld Country Tourism