Southern Queensland Country food and wine

Southern Queensland Country is the most delicious state here in Queensland with endless food trails on offer. From Stanthorpe wineries to restaurants that celebrate local produce and olive trees embracing the highlands of the Great Dividing Range and the open plains out west, Southern Queensland Country serves up a menu ranging from wild adventure to relaxed indulgence. 

With the cooler climate, the country setting, top shelf vineyards and fresher than fresh produce, you might just feel like you’ve landed in a little piece of heaven.

Paddock to plate

Ever wanted a real paddock to plate experience? Hand-pick your own cherries, apples, or strawberries right off the side of the road as you drive through the Granite Belt. And keep a look out for wild asparagus, fennel and saffron growing throughout the region and be sure to swing by the famous Peanut Van in Kingaroy!

Or avoid any heavy lifting and simply experience the historical setting of Steele Rudd’s stories in one of Toowoomba’s many country pubs and dig into a prime cut of locally produced beef paired with a bottle of your favourite drop.

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Francis Hotel Thallon

Thallon, Balonne Area
Free Entry
Eat and drink where the locals do! The Francis Hotel Thallon is a friendly, country pub where you can enjoy a cold beer, great meals and freshly made barista coffee. They offer a range of accommodation options from clean, budget rooms in the hotel to air conditioned self-contained accommodation in the nearby Railway Quarters.

Truffle Discovery Centre Stanthorpe

The Summit, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
Interpretive centre open for tours of working Truffiere, truffle dog detection training centre, truffle dog hunts all year round, interactive gallery and gourmet tastings in the gift shop. Located at the Lawdogs Australia law enforcement canine training centre.
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Wineries

Drive through the vineyards and cellar doors of the Granite Belt where grapes have been grown since 1870 and varieties range from top-shelf Shiraz and Chardonnay to Viognier, Mourvedre and Tempranillo. Indulge in South Burnett, home to the largest vineyard in Queensland called Murgon, which offers six vineyards and cellar doors within a 15-kilometre radius of the town. 

Can’t decide? Why not tempt your taste buds along the StrangeBird wine trail? A self-drive wine trail for the adventurous alternative variety wine seekers.

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