Wallangarra

At the southern most end of the Granite Belt Region is the pretty town of Wallangarra. With a railway station which is split into two, two schools, two police stations, two pubs - and a population of a few hundred, there appears something is up in this town! That's because Wallangarra is a border town - straddling Queensland and New South Wales.

Half of the railway station is owned by Queensland and the southern end is owned by New South Wales. It's a good example of how governments in the past went their own ways - you'll notice there's even two different railway line gauges! Train buffs will love the railway station, which was spruced up for the Celebration of Federation.

The town has an excellent information centre and picnic facilities with barbecues and toilets. This is one of those rare towns where you can celebrate New Year's Eve twice - New South Wales operates on Daylight Savings time.

Wallangarra gives easy access to the walking and mountain biking trails of the Mount Norman section of Girraween National Park.

Wallangarra, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

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Sicilian Vintage Lunch

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From AU$95 - 95
18 February 2017
Come and celebrate the start of Vintage at Golden Grove Estate. Now in its 16th year, help bring home the harvest, with the blessing of the vintage and then the stomping of the grapes to the music of the tarantella.

Snowflakes in Stanthorpe

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1 July 2017
Snowflakes in Stanthorpe is a winter based festival in the coldest town in Queensland. This festival will give a visitors a snow based experience and include a snowfield, ice skating rink, snow globes, snowmen and snowflakes.

Opera in the Vineyard

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From AU$110 - 275
30 April 2017
Opera In the Vineyard is a charity event held on the first weekend in May each year in the spectacular vineyards of Ballandean Estate Wines. The event is one of South East Queensland's premier cultural events, and the jewel of the Granite Belt's social calendar.
From AU$450 - 520
21 January 2017
If you can imagine yourself cycling on quiet country roads; smelling the aroma of the camp oven cooking; seeing billions of stars sparkling in the night sky and hearing the crackling fireplace as you toast marshmallows over the open fire, then grab your sense of adventure and book your tour today!
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