You’ve arrived ! Now you can leave your car where it is and jump on a bike for simply the BEST way to see the region.
Whether it’s for a couple of hours, a full day or the weekend, our quality bikes will get you where you want to go. Our fleet of Specialized ‘Crosstrail’ and ‘Ariel’ multi-use bikes are suitable for most terrains including bike paths, sealed and dirt roads and are suitable for all our recommended routes.
For full day hires we offer a FREE bike delivery service to your accommodation (within a 10 km radius of the Stanthorpe town centre). Book your bike on-line http://www.granitebeltbicycles.com/hire/ or contact Granite Belt Bicycles on 0405 604 926 to book your bike.
Quart Pot Creek runs through the centre of Stanthorpe, and no permit is required to fish in the creek.
Storm King Dam is south east of Stanthorpe – the dam is stocked with Murray cod, yellow belly and silver perch.
To the north of Stanthorpe are Leslie Dam and Connelly’s Dam.
To the south west is Glenlyon Dam
All dams require permits and are available from Trev’s Tyre & Tackle (at 22 Matthew Street, Stanthorpe – Ph: 07 4681 3624)
Stanthorpe is abuzz with the news that an Indian restaurant, a cuisine previously not represented in town has opened at the Commercial, opposite the Post Office. Pocket of Spice joins a Thai, restaurant, a Korean restaurant, two Chinese restaurants and a sushi bar to add to the international flavour of Stanthorpe. check out the Pocket of Spice during your stay in Stanthorpe – it’s BYO and a pleasant 15 minute stroll from Top of the Town.
Stanthorpe Cheese (formerly Granite Belt Dairy) is a great place to have lunch while you’re out exploring the northern end of the Granite Belt. Open 10-4, 7 days a week, who could resist the cheeses made from the milk of such beautiful creatures?
This is what Karen & Rosco have to say about the cheeses produced from milk from their lovely ladies.
Our artisan cheeses are made from a single herd of pure bred Jersey cows from one farm. This makes our cheeses totally unique and seasonally different and interesting. If it’s raining and the grass is rich and luscious, the cheese reflects this with it’s bright yellow colour and earthy aroma.In winter, when there’s frost on the ground every morning and sometimes snow, the cows are cold and being fed hay. This results in cheeses more intense in flavour and lower in yield.
Check out their new website at www.stanthorpecheese.com.au
Stanthorpe Golf Course is only a stones throw from our park! Play your rounds, and say hi to the resident population of friendly grey kangaroos, then be back in time for sundowners with the rest of the gang. Follow the link to book your game: