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Granite Belt Attractions

Somewhat contrary to what it sounds, Donnellys Castle is less a castle and more the hideout for the infamous bushranger, Thunderbolt, who roamed around the region. A rock formation situated in the ...
TheWarwick Art Gallery showcases local & regional artists & travelling exhibitions, open Tue-Fri,10am-4pm, Sat & Sun, 10am-1pm.
Held every year during the whole month of October, leads up to the famous "Warwick Rodeo" on the last full weekend each October.
The Australian Rodeo Heritage Centre in Warwick is dedicated to the spirit of the cowboy and the rodeo.Quaker style barns set the scene of the outback displays that showcase the cowboys that set th...
Provides the facilities for water sports in the Stanthorpe district. There are also fine picnicking spots.
Pringle Cottage Museum is a fine display of buildings and relics recalling the pioneering days of Warwick over the last 130 years. The Sandstone Cottage (circa 1870) has been listed by the Nationa...
A broad stretch of water (800 hectares) which provides boating and skiing facilities.
Before reaching Queen Mary Falls the road passes Brown's Falls located at the bridge near the base of the mountain, and Dagg's Falls (38 metres high) halfway up the mountain.
Graded walking tracks lead to a lookout at the top of the 42 metre waterfall and also to the rocky pool at the base.
High above the town gives commanding views of the district.
Leave the hustle & bustle of the city and spend some quality quiet time in the bush at Goat Rock where you can relax, unwind and de-stress yourself in this idealistic country retreat. The Croft f...
The Heritage listed Station was built from local sandstone in the 1880s'. There is a plaque outside which tells the story of the egg throwing incident involving Billy Hughes, the then Prime Ministe...
The Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery is located in the centre of town and presents a variety of exhibitions, houses a permanent collection & also features an interesting art gallery library.
Enclosing the Red Rock Gorge and Severn River Falls is an area of rugged natural beauty. Ideal for the more experienced bushwalks. Basic camping facilities at the western end of the Park.
Camping site for visitors and graded walking tracks lead to interesting formations such as the Eye of the Needle, the Sphinx, the Brothers and the Aztec Temple.