Journey south of the Great Dividing Range descending from Toowoomba to the fertile plains of the Darling Downs and Granite Belt, 147 kilometres on the Southern Food Trail.
Stop at the historic pub in Nobby home to literary great Steele Rudd, and continue past lush green cattle paddocks and rolling hills. In the summertime, the fields of golden sunflowers at Cambooya will brighten the horizon and bring a smile to every road trippers face.
Breathe the crisp country air of Allora and Warwick with smells of roses and lavender and stop at the roadside stalls stocked with seasonal olives, apples, berries and grapes. Journey past orchards in the south of Amiens, and dairy properties selling gourmet soft cheeses - perfect for creating your own roadside lunch.
Nearby, 700 to 1200 metres above sea level, sits the Granite Belt boutique wine region and home to lush fruit and vegetables. Base yourself here in luxury accommodation and self-drive the region's 45 cellar doors.
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