Multi-day trip

Stanthorpe: 3-Day Wine Tasting Trip with Room and Breakfast

Activity provider: Bums on Seats

Stanthorpe: 3-Day Wine Tasting Trip with Room and Breakfast

Activity provider: Bums on Seats

From US$ 569.31 per person

Stay among the winding hills and country range of Stanthorpe on this 3-day getaway. Try the local wines of Queensland and New South Wales and enjoy the home-cooked breakfast every morning.

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Duration 3 days
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Live tour guide
Small group
Limited to 13 participants


  • 2 nights Accomodation
  • 5 wine Tastings
  • Breakfast Daily
Full description
You will see the highlights of Stanthorpe and visit 5 wineries over a three day adventure. We will supply breakfast daily and show you the best there is to offer in this quaint little town. Beautiful Accomodation will be provided with plenty of time to sit back and enjoy the ambience of this beautiful place. Stanthorpe lies on the New England Highway near the New South Wales border 223 kilometres (139 mi) from Brisbane via Warwick, 56 kilometres (35 mi) north of Tenterfield and 811 m above sea level. Stanthorpe was developed around Quart Pot Creek which meanders from south-east through the centre of town and then out through the south-west, where its confluence with Spring Creek forms the Severn River. Quart Pot Creek forms part of the south-western boundary of the locality, while the Severn River forms part of the south-western boundary. The New England Highway passes through the locality from Applethorpe in the north to Severnlea in the south. Originally it passed through the town centre along the main street, Maryland Street. However, it now bypasses to the west of the main developed area of the town. The Stanthorpe – Texas Road connects Stanthorpe to Broadwater to the west and then travels south-west to Texas. The land within the boundaries of Stanthorpe is primarily used for urban purposes: housing, recreational, commercial and industrial with some undeveloped land on the hillier slopes. Although an agricultural centre of the Granite Belt, there is little agriculture within the town's boundaries. Crops grown in the surrounding area include vegetables, apples, grapes and stone fruit. Wine is also produced in the area, and sheep and cattle grazing is also prevalent.
  • 2 nights Accomodation,
  • Breakfast Daily,
  • 5 seperate Wine Tastings, c
  • offee, tea, water
  • personal guide to show you around our gorgeous lands.
  • Meals
  • Tips
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Product ID: 415153