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Stanthorpe, near the border of Queensland and New South Wales, is best known for its exceptional wineries and national parks dotted with stunning mountains. Downtown you'll find motels that put you close to the action. For those looking to go off the grid for a while, Stanthorpe boasts a number of farm stays, including the Mallow Organic Farm & Cottage and the Happy Pig Farm, both excellent choices for taking in the area's natural beauty. Otherwise, wake up to vineyard views by booking a stay at one of the many wine estates, including the award winning Ridgemill Estate, complete with a cellar-door tour and all the wine you can drink.
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Summer in the Southern Downs brings beautifully warm days, making this idyllic town the perfect retreat from the humidity of the coastal region. Enjoy a romantic picnic under a shady tree, or catch a glimpse of baby animals stretching their legs for the first time at one of the nearby national parks.

Spending a day at Girraween National Park, a 30-minute drive south of Stanthorpe, explains why it's one of Queensland’s most photographed nature reserves. On many of the walking trails you’ll be treated to the spectacular sight of boulders balancing atop mountaintops.

Bask in the midday sun along Quart Pot Creek, a tranquil destination filled with picnic spots next to the placid waters and plenty of hiking and biking tracks. You’ll realize why it’s a favorite hangout spot among locals.

The biennial Apple and Grape Harvest Festival is one of Stanthorpe’s most anticipated celebrations of the year. People pack the streets for a fruit-flavored parade. Bring a change of clothes, as things are bound to get messy at the iconic grape-crush event.

Mar - May
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Cool, dry days make autumn the perfect time to explore Stanthorpe’s vineyards, where you can watch just-picked grapes being carefully curated for your favourite wines—a true labor of love. The backdrop will be the picture-perfect landscapes of harvest season.

There’s no better place to enjoy autumn than the small village of Thulimbah, a 20-minute drive from Stanthorpe. Tuck into a freshly baked apple pie at Sutton’s Juice Factory and Cidery, or wander around the village and duck into shops selling cheeses and other local products.

Wine lovers can test their knowledge on the Strange Birds Wine Trail, which features some of the region’s more unusual grapes, including tongue-twisters like tannat, petit verdot, and gewurztraminer.

If you’re more interested in the grain than the grape, drop by Granite Belt Brewery for a range of tasty craft beers, from classic IPAs to seasonal releases like spiced pumpkin ales. Can’t make up your mind? Work your way through the frothies with a tasting paddle of up to four different beers.

Jun - Aug
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Plan for frosty mornings and crisp, clear days while you’re in Stanthorpe, the coldest town in Queensland. While Stanthorpe is cool and dry for most of the year, temperatures often approach freezing in July and August. Pack a comfy jacket and bring plenty of layers.

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Spring in Stanthorpe is a feast for the eyes, as the apple trees and lavender fields are in full bloom. Springtime (or “primavera,” as the locals call it) is also when wine and cheese makers present their latest products in events across the region, making it an opportune time to pull on your favourite sweater and relish all the gourmet foods you can find.

Taste freshly picked strawberries at Stanthorpe’s Ashbern Farms. Satisfy your dessert cravings at the farm cafe, which serves strawberry ice cream made right on the premises.

Feel the wind in your hair as you cycle the Stanthorpe-to-Ballandean Bike Trail. As you pedal through the countryside you’ll want to stop at boutique wineries and orchards whose fruit trees are in full bloom.

You can’t leave without experiencing the Warwick Rodeo, an annual gathering of the nation’s top riders. They put their skill and determination to the test through a series of events.

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Hotels near the sights

  • Storm King Dam
    Lush fields and serene picnic spots make Storm King Dam the perfect place for enjoying the great outdoors. Taste the best of the Granite Belt wineries by booking a stay at one of the onsite cabins or cottages. At the caravan park, you’ll be rewarded with uninterrupted views of the starry night sky. 
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  • Ridgemill Estate Winery & Cellar Door
    Immerse yourself in the world of winemaking by booking a stay at Ridgemill Estate, a stylish option for those looking for somewhere close to town but far enough away to feel secluded. Located at the centre of the Granite Belt region at Severnlea, this rustic hideout serves as the perfect base to explore more than the vineyards, walking tracks, and petting zoos in the area.
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  • Mount Marlay Lookout
    A short drive from town, Mount Marlay Lookout treats you to spectacular sunset views of the valley and the surrounding mountain ranges. Explore Granite Belt Farmers Market, where piles of fresh produce are on display, and Artworks Granite Belt, a historic train station serving up a hearty breakfast set. Stay at one of the affordable motels around Fred Rogers Memorial Park, a short walk from Mount Marlay Lookout.
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  • Girraween National Park
    There’s no better place to set up camp than Girraween National Park. A half-hour drive from Stanthorpe, the area’s most popular national park features two camping sites—Castle Rock and Bald Rock Creek—both with easy access to walking trails for your morning hike. If you prefer camping out in style, choose one of the wooden chalets at the Girraween Environmental Lodge, where you can cool off in rock pools in the summer or huddle by the fire on cosy winter nights.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stanthorpe hotels

The Vines Motel & Cottages, Stannum Lodge Motor Inn, and Apple & Grape Motel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre. See the full list: Hotels near Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre.

Popular hotels close to The Granite Belt include The Vines Motel & Cottages, Stannum Lodge Motor Inn, and Apple & Grape Motel. See the full list: Hotels near The Granite Belt.

A few of the most popular hotels near Aloomba Lavender Farm are The Vines Motel & Cottages, Stannum Lodge Motor Inn, and Apple & Grape Motel. See the full list: Hotels near Aloomba Lavender Farm.

Apple & Grape Motel, Granite Belt Motel, and The Boulevard Motel all received great reviews from families travelling in Stanthorpe. See the full list: Family Hotels Stanthorpe.