Community grape crush, cooking demonstrations, piazza entertainment: 9am-12pm in Farley Piazza in Stanthorpe’s main street. The Granite Belt grows so much produce, from apples and stone fruit, to of course grapes, berries and lots vegetables too. Join us for cooking demonstrations, using fresh picked Granite Belt produce, plus live entertainment and gather round as those who…

Bring a basket and stock up on some of the freshest local produce, at the Stanthorpe Seasonal Feast Market on Friday. By enjoying our wonderful, fresh, healthy produce, you’ll be doing your bit to support the Stanthorpe community which is greatly appreciated!  Spending locally buying local products keeps money circulating in the local economy supporting…

Stroll the CBD of Stanthorpe and while supporting our local stores, check-out the fun they have had turning their shopfront windows festive for the week! By Friday 6 March all of the participating shopfronts will have their displays ready for Friday judging day, so Friday to Sunday (6 – 8 March) are the days to…

Friday morning is the general public’s turn to jump in the grape crushing barrel! The Italian music will play and the crowd will cheers and claps along as our visitors squish and stomp in the grapes. Also in the Piazza area at the same time Friday will be food and wine matching demonstrations (times to…

The Heritage Bank Food & Wine Fiesta is on Friday 6, Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March – the main festival weekend.  Bring a picnic blanket, or find a festival picnic table under the trees in Weeroona Park and relax and enjoy the onstage entertainment and food & wine delights. Savour the flavours of regional…

Watch a movie in Stanthorpe’s historic Arcadia Theatre during Stanthorpe Apple and Grape Harvest Festival, with the Stanthorpe Film Society’s showing movies during the mid-week. Three famous movies will be shown – movie names to be released soon!   SHOWING DATES/TIMES 7pm Monday 2nd March 2020: Breakfast at Tiffany’s 7pm Wednesday 4th March 2020: High Noon…

Mid-week during the festival visit the Amiens Legacy Centre – a site dedicated to the memory of the soldiers who returned from the “Great War” to rebuild our country after enduring the horrors of the trenches in northern France and Belgium. See the 1909 rail carriage which has had many lives, but is now restored…

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